Psychology & Personality Courses

Emotional Control and Management


Description
The ability to experience and express emotions is more important than you might realize.

As the felt response to a given situation, emotions play a key part in your reactions. When you’re in tune with them, you have access to important knowledge that helps with:

decision-making
relationship success
day-to-day interactions
self-care
We are emotional creatures. It is hard for us, as humans, not to be emotional. Whilst it is generally good to be in touch with our emotions and to not suppress them, there are situations where we must somehow manage our emotions especially well. That’s notably the case at work.

What you will learn:

Emotional outbursts at work could be due directly to work-related matters or to stressors from our personal life spilling into our work life. Handling our emotions (particularly negative ones) at work is often seen as a measure of our professionalism.

Do any of these emotions seem familiar to you? You may experience other, less common negative emotions that will also leave you feeling stressed. From a certain standpoint, it is never good to repress or suppress emotions, positive or negative. However, our emotions must be managed to allow us to function in various situations. What are some of the strategies you can use to cope with negative emotions?
Content
  • 1. Why is it important to manage your emotions at work
  • 2. What is an emotion
  • 3. Typical response to emotions
  • 4. Your body and emotions
  • 5. Acknowledge your emotions
  • 6. Avoid resisting your emotions
  • 7. What is self-empathy
  • 8. A shortcut to self-empathy
  • 9. Should you share your emotions
  • 10. Dealing with other people_s emotions
  • 11. Managing unpleasant emotions with felt resources
  • 12. Meditation Manage your emotions with orienting
  • 13. Meditation Manage your emotions with grounding
  • 14. Meditation Manage your emotions with centering
  • 15. Action-oriented practices for managing your emotions
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever