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Developing Emotionally Intelligent Children

It's natural to want to see children succeed and live up to their full potential. Developing a child's IQ or Academic Intelligence is highly important, however it has been proven that IQ is not the sole determining factor of future potential and success. 

In this increasingly complex world parents must explore the deeper factors of how children develop Emotional Maturity or EQ.

“Young people with high EQ earn higher grades, stay in school, and make healthier choices. EQ predicts over 54% of the variation in success—in relationships, effectiveness, health, and quality of life.
— Psychology Today
 
 

HOW WOULD YOUR LIFE BE IMPACTED IF YOU COULD…

 
  • Enrich communication and connection within your family

  • Elevate your children’s mental and emotional resilience

  • Increase emotional agility

FOR THESE RESULTS AND MORE

PARTNER WITH YOUEQ IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS.

 
 

WHAT PARENTS HAVE EXPERIENCED

Children are the future. We are especially excited about the results parents and children have experienced using Conversational EQ

Many of our clients have become trainers to enable them to share these leading edge tools and training with others in their environment. As such, you will notice that many of those sharing their experiences are now Certified YouEQ Trainers. This serves as another level of testament to the power of YouEQ.

Peyton (age 7) and I played it and he loved it. He said it’s the funnest game he ever played, ‘The best game in the universe!’ It was great. I got to know more about him and have some important conversations. So thank you!
— Toni Z.
I just wanted to share with you how much your coaching and game has helped me and my family effectively navigate difficulties. Working through each emotion has helped all of us better understand ourselves and how to have amazing conversations with anyone regardless of the sea of emotions that come our way. It’s the blessing of blessings to understand what is taking place when communicating.
— Donnie K
Conversational EQ has changed many dynamics in our family. The game has opened up conversations with the young children, the tantrums have been less and when they do happen we are able to talk about them and process time has been much quicker. This has created a space where we are heard and feel of value at all our ages.
— Chantale R

YouEQ Resource Experts

The YouEQ curriculum integrates neuroscience and game dynamics to empower themes of Emotional Resilience, Emotional Agility and Open-Respect based conversations. We draw on years of knowledge and experience of many experts within these fields.