Webinar: Permission to Feel: Strategies for Healthy Emotion Regulation During Uncertain Times

How are you feeling? Have you been riding a roller coaster of emotions lately? A blend of anxiety, stress, and frustration?  You aren’t alone. In this live presentation, Dr....

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Lisa Feldman Barrett: Understanding Stress and Emotions

A short clip from Lisa Feldman Barrett's conference keynote discussing how emotion regulation can be utilized as a important tool during difficult times that a coaches' client may be experiencing.

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COACHx: Coaching the Facts-Based Client / Daphne Bernicker

In Executive Coaching, our clients are often very good at data and facts and analysis – those skills have led to much of their success to date. They may have spent less time in the seemingly nebulous world of emotion – it may seem to them that focusing on emotions – theirs and others – gets in the way of performance at the office and elsewhere....

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Presentation Slides: The New Scientific Understanding of Emotions

PowerPoint slides for Lisa Feldman-Barrett's Keynote presentation at the 2019 Harvard Medical School Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

Interview with Lisa Feldman Barrett, Expert on Science of Emotions

Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD, is a University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern University, with appointments at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. In addition to the book How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain, Dr....

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The New Scientific Understanding of Emotions

In this talk, we’ll explore a series of experiments about emotion whose conclusions seem to defy common sense. We’ll learn that common sense is wrong, and has been for 2000 years. In the process, we’ll dispel several of the most widespread fictions about emotions that lurk in boardrooms, classrooms and bedrooms around the world....

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Emotions: as hard to predict as the weather

What if it turns out that we don’t know much what about what others are feeling now or what they will feel in the future?...

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The theory of constructed emotion: an active inference account of interoception and categorization

Abstract: The science of emotion has been using folk psychology categories derived from philosophy to search for the brain basis of emotion....

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Attachment and cognitive openness: Emotional underpinnings of intellectual humility

The present research begins to fill an important gap in the current literature about intellectual humility (IH) by investigating how an understanding of emotion, emotion regulation, and attachment are crucial to understanding IH, particularly in the arena in which IH may matter most: heated interpersonal disagreement....

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Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life

This book offers a new model for decoding and organizing one’s emotions, improving equanimity, and getting closer to thriving....