As students navigate the teens years, they are often face-to-face with the stress of becoming a young adult, the need to belong, choices, decisions, and priorities, social and academic pressures, relationships, and possibly employment. This stress can lead to poor decisions, unhealthy friend groups, isolation, excessive socializing, focus on self over others, overwhelm, anxiety, and misguided priorities.
With greater emotional intelligence, students will be able to engage in healthy and supportive relationships, navigate social and emotional stress and anxiety, and align their focus, decisions, and choices with what matters most. - Kelli Schulte, Emotional Intelligence Coach and Consultant
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"I’ve always been strong academically, but by my second year in college, I realized I needed some help with my confidence in social settings. Kelli has helped me become more aware of how my feelings and self-talk were impacting how I approached situations. In addition to that, I learned how to approach conflict and make decisions that were right for me. I’m now a senior and I feel way more confident and ready." - College Student