Emotional
Intelligence

can be

raised

at anytime

in your lifetime!

Children with

a high EQ

always

have more friends.

Children with a

high EQ

can

motivate

themselves to succeed.

Children with a

high EQ

take

responsibility

for their own actions.

Families with a

high

EQ

enjoy

a happier,

more fulfilling life.

Emotional
Intelligence

can be

raised

at anytime

in your lifetime!

Advisory Board

Emotional Intelligence Training Institute’s Advisory Board

Eileen D. Healy, MA, MFT, BCPC, Co-Founder of Emotional Intelligence Training Institute, and Author: EQand Your Child: 8 Proven Skills to Increase Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence, EQand Your Adolescent: Ages 11-15 years 8 Proven Skills to Increase Your Adolescent’s Emotional Intelligence, Coach and Parent Educator, and parent of 3 and a grandmother of 4.

 

William F. Healy, BA, Co-Founder of Emotional Intelligence Training Institute, and a Parent Educator trained with Stephen Glenn Founder of Developing Capable Children, as well trained with Jane Nelson and Lynn Lott in the Postive Discpline Series, Father of 3 and grandfather of 4.

 

Melanev Sreenan, Ph D, and Author of Spirit Dances: A 9 Step Plan to Design and Achieve the Life of Your Dreams. Dr. Sreenan’s conducts workshops, Seminars and Retreats throughout the United States. She is the founder of Sreenan Human Resources and Spirit Unlimited, and has been providing psychological and organizational development services since 1980.

 

Teresa Anthony, MA, University of San Francisco, Principal, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, Redwood City CA. Thirty four years experience in Catholic education and a parent of 2 sons and a daughter.

 

Christine Carter, PhD, a sociologist and happiness expert at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, and the author of RAISING HAPPINESS:10 Simple Steps for More Joyful Kids and Happier Parents. Dr. Carter also writes an award-winning blog for Greater Good.

 

Lori Collins, MS, MFT, married with children. Author of Keeping Your Marriage Strong When the Kids Come Along, online resources for couples with young children.

 

Leslie Packer, PhD, practices Child Clinical Psychology in Menlo Park, CA. Her educational background includes a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and a two year postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology and Developmental Disabilities at the John F. Kennedy Child Development Center, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver.

 

Jacque Sell, MA, Quality Assurance & Training Manager-Children’s Creative Learning Centers, Inc and community college adjunct faculty; Human Development from Pacific Oaks College; BA, Child Development from CSU,Chico.

 

Pamela Sudano-Ruegg. PhD, MFT, RN and parent of twins.

 

DeeAnn Ragaisis, Ed.D., Professor of Education at Concordia University in Irvine, CA; Instructor and Mentor of undergraduate and graduate students in courses that include: Coping with Stress and Violence, Typical and Atypical Development of Diverse Learners, Student Teaching, and Graduate Research Methods.