Staying Sane! Tips for managing stress throughout the holidays and understanding the neuroscience of emotions and their impact on our actions, decisions and relationships.
21st century culture has greatly benefitted from cutting edge findings in various strands of the cognitive sciences including psychology, neurology, and neuroscience. One distinct finding is that emotions play a vital role in managing stress and getting along with others, and the key to coping is learning how to acknowledge the filter of social-emotional experiences.
So what are we doing to prepare ourselves, our students, and our clients to know about our own internal emotional states and engage in practices to help regulate the range of unsavory emotions such as frustrations, irritation, fear, depression and worry we feel when situations become hectic as they often do during busy holiday times?
Considering the overwhelming demands most of us face during the winter holiday season, from parties and presents, to cooking, cleaning, family gatherings, financial demands and entertaining this timely discussion about social and affective neuroscience can help participants identify coping strategies to turn the hectic holidays into positive, joyous experiences.
In this ExQ Know How (To Learn More) Webinar, Sucheta Kamath, Founder of ExQ® an innovative gamed based training curriculum to teach Executive Function, will articulate the Top Ten Tips to relive holiday stress and revive holiday fun. She will explore practical exercises to help harness positive emotions such as interest, inspiration and even awe and to help anchor ourselves, our students, and our clients in general well-being and human flourishing. Join us and learn more to know how to stay sane, strengthened and satisfied during the holidays.