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We cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace). Our podcast provides tools, resources and ideas for parents, teachers and employees to improve well-being, achievement and productivity using simple neuroscience as it relates to our cognitive (the skills our brain uses to think, read, remember, pay attention), social and interpersonal relationships (with ourselves and others) and emotional learning ( ...
 
This Social Emotional Learning podcast shares practical wisdom from the global community of inspiring teachers and parents. Featuring fresh perspectives and practices that, until now, were only available at education conferences. Episodes always include: • Fresh insights about emotions, critical thinking skills, respect, empathy, trust, and more... • Research-based and experience-tested analysis. • Actionable steps that make good sense for you and the kids in your care. Especially helpful fo ...
 
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Social Skills Mastery

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Social Skills Mastery

Susan Callender

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The Social Skills Mastery Podcast is where High-Performance Social Confidence Coach and Corporate Trainer, Susan Callender helps professionals, business owners, and entrepreneurs stand out in competitive and often high-stakes situations, by raising social capital and using the power of polished people skills to make an impact. Weekly content encompasses what to do, what to say, how to maneuver tricky situations and get it right the first time.
 
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Teaching With Haley

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Teaching With Haley

Haley O'Connor

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A podcast for new and experienced teachers who believe positive relationships and strong classroom community affect academics. We'll discuss social-emotional learning, making strong connections, engaging students and their families and other topics important to classroom teachers.
 
Take charge of your health with Tara Marie Segundo—Fitness Expert, Personal Trainer, and Motivational Strategist! Join Tara Marie for expert guest interviews with cutting-edge insight into mental, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual well-being. TARA MARIE LIVE blends advice for a healthy body with nourishment for a sound mind to create a show that will help you change the course of your life for the better and achieve optimal wellness! To learn more, visit www.TaraMarie.com.
 
Clear Lens is a podcast that interviews guests that inspire and educate others to have a more fulfilling life. I interview guests with perspectives in Health and Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Psychology, Social Science, Leadership, and Killer Life Experience that can inspire others to have a more fulfilling life.
 
If you can't seem to overcome your social anxiety and you're frustrated about your results, and worried you'll have to live with your social anxiety for the rest of your life... this podcast is for you. You'll hear me (an ex-social anxiety disorder sufferer) interview the super stars of the therapy and psychology world who have been traditionally trained psychologists or psychotherapists who have incorporated an exciting new field into their practice: "Energy psychology". These experts share ...
 
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Social Skills Coaching

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Social Skills Coaching

Patrick King

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While everyone wants to make themselves and their lives better, it has been hard to find specific, actionable steps to accomplish that. Until now... Patrick King is a Social Interaction Specialist, in other words, a dating, online dating, image, and communication, and social skills coach based in San Francisco, California. He’s also a #1 Amazon best-selling dating and relationships author with the most popular online dating book on the market and writes frequently on dating, love, sex, and r ...
 
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Pain Speak

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Pain Speak

Deepak Ravindran

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The Pain Speak podcast is presented by Dr Deepak Ravindran, a full time NHS Consultant specialising in Pain, Anaesthesia, MSK and Lifestyle Medicine. Dr Ravindran is also the author of the book, 'The Pain Free Mindset'. In this podcast Dr Ravindran explores all things related to pain including physical, emotional and social issues. He also looks at the neuroscience of pain and the fantastic advances which have been made in this area of medicine. He also discusses the business of healthcare a ...
 
Black Forest Dialogues is a Podcast series which explores the emergent human capacity of Global Social Witnessing. This is a practice of mindfulness to connect the individual awareness to events in the global sphere. As it combines bodily, emotional and intellectual sensations we find deeper meaning in our personal and cultural relation to global events. In this way we create sense of global events beyond information, which allows everybody to resonate to. Feel free to comment, share, rate o ...
 
If you want to learn how you can become a better leader in politics and business with help of emotional intelligence - EQ for World Leaders Podcast is for you. Nina Andrijanic is dedicated to bring you top politicians and business leaders who have already implemented these EQ strategies and will show you how it is done in the real world of politics and business. If you want t learn more about how to make better decisions, impact your community and change the world then stick around, it's goi ...
 
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Dalai Momma

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Dalai Momma

Alexis Scarbrough

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As a child, when my feelings were expressed I would find myself drenched by a glass of ice water, mocked, ignored or bulldozed by my parents. No feeling acknowledged; only theirs. Thru therapy I've learned that is emotional negligence & abuse. Parents, we actually pass mental illnesses to our children thru abuse and neglect! We live in the midst of evolution; where survival isn’t the goal, rather the pursuit of happiness like our ancestors dreamed of, is. I believe mental illnesses are preve ...
 
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Have you ever held back something about yourself that you are either aware of consciously, or not, without realizing how impactful sharing this part of you could be for your career, or how many more people you could help when the shields come down, and you finally allow others to see yourself for who you are? Watch the interview on YouTube here. ht…
 
Socrates was rather a know-it-all, or at least that’s how he would have appeared according to the Socratic Method. It was a technique of questioning a stance or opinion in a way to shed light on what was known and what gaps in knowledge existed. There are six types of Socratic questions: conceptual clarification, probing assumptions, probing ration…
 
In today's episode.. MARK YOUR CALENDARS! THE FREE 30-DAY SOCIAL CONFIDENCE CHALLENGE IS COMING UP THIS JANUARY 1, 2022 If you want to have something that will help you change, make progress, have a breakthrough, and get more significant and lasting results, then join the next FREE 30-Day Social Confidence Challenge. The challenge is optimized to b…
 
To live with more integrity and honesty, we need to acknowledge that growth and comfort are mutually exclusive. Can we accept all that we are, even the dark and unwanted parts of ourselves? We must, because that is the only way we can ever improve. Pain, failure, mistakes; all of these are a part of life and we must not run away from them, because …
 
Another reason for the instinct to apologize is to avoid conflict. Conflict is tense and uncomfortable, but it is the essence of assertiveness. Becoming comfortable with it by changing your vocabulary to apologize less is an important step. How do you apologize when you actually should? Include one of the six elements articulated by Beth Polin and …
 
DID YOU KNOW that “How quickly and successfully the brain learns to read”[i] is greatly influenced by the student’s ability to speak. “It is important to understand what cognitive neuroscience has revealed about how the brain processes the spoken word” (Souza, page 11) when looking to unlock the secret for accelerating literacy with our students, o…
 
In today's episode... Does makeup make you overcome your Social Anxiety easier and faster? How does this relate to overcoming your Social Anxiety? In this episode, Sebastiaan will be sharing with you how the process of overcoming your social anxiety can also be related to how you apply makeup to conceal whatever you want to hide. But with tapping, …
 
Are you pitching potential investors, wooing a new client, or interviewing for a job? It is worth your time to first become self-aware and determine the impression you make and how you think others perceive you. This step must come first because you may miss out on a major opportunity simply by not modifying your demeanor to suit the situation. Mod…
 
Waisman’s four steps are an elaboration on the classic sociobiological theory of attraction. They inform us as to exactly what we are looking for in a way that fuses sociobiological theory with modern dating. The four attractions are physical, status, emotion, and logic. It is a sequence you must pass through for a deep and fulfilling relationship,…
 
In today's episode.. Do you have problems being in a social situation? Do you have problems with blushing, sweating, and nervousness? Do you want something that would help you get rid of that? In this episode, Sebastiaan will be sharing another testimonial that can help you be inspired to start your journey to social ease Go to: https://bit.ly/soci…
 
We know self-delusion is at play if we recognize defense mechanisms, which develop to protect our ego from uncomfortable truths. Nobody can tackle our defense mechanisms but us. There are many common mechanisms such as denial, repression, regression, projection, displacement, etc. Each can be identified through its own unique indicators, but the th…
 
In today's episode... "Tapping is all I need to overcome my social anxiety." In this episode, Sebastiaan will be busting another myth that people usually think about tapping. He will also give you great insights about how the tapping, combined with acceptance and the concepts to be taught by a practitioner, can give you a beneficial improvement in …
 
Albert Einstein is known for many things, but his thinking method of using thought experiments helped him discover the theory of relativity. It is a hypothetical situation, played out to the very end, as if it were reality. It allows you to test and study things that would otherwise be physically impossible, and make new discoveries therefrom. Hear…
 
I’ve made some pretty big choices over the past several years; I’ve become a popular speaker in my niche. I’ve created a podcast. I’ve posted videos on all the big social platforms. I’ve done a TEDx Talk, viewed over 32 thousand times. I’ve powered through self-doubt. I’ve spoken first, rather than waiting for people to speak to me Everything that …
 
Ultimately, maintaining healthy boundaries is a task that we have to persist with throughout our lives. As we discover new and better ways to communicate, develop new values and priorities, or enter relationships with different sets of people, the way we enforce our boundaries must adapt. Though maintaining healthy boundaries can sometimes come wit…
 
Did you know that there is crucial component of mental, psychological, and social health that is often overlooked[i] and that “Gratitude is a mindset that activates your prefrontal cortex and sets the context for your experience such that you can derive tremendous health benefits?”[ii] Dr. Andrew Huberman On this episode you will learn:✔︎ Why your …
 
In today's episode.. Do you have a fear of being seen anxious in a social situation? Do you have blushing problems? Or do you get nervous often? Do you feel awkward about making eye contact with other people? If you have answered yes to these questions, then this episode is for you! In this episode, Sebastiaan will be reading another testimonial fr…
 
Apologizing is the opposite of assertiveness—at least when you do it out of instinct like many of us are prone to do. Over-apologizing, however, does give a peek into how you view yourself and the patterns youve been exposed to. We are all products of our past experiences, and many have told us that apologies and not making waves is the best way to…
 
The classic sociobiological theory of attraction states that we are nothing but animals when it comes to attraction. Worse yet, most of what we are attracted to is subconscious and not fully understood. Show notes and/or episode transcripts are available at https://bit.ly/social-skills-shownotes Learn more or get a free mini-book on conversation ta…
 
Did you know that “many people experience an increase in respiratory rate prior to any other symptoms of COVID-19?”[i] Welcome back to the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast for Brain Fact Friday and EPISODE #180 on “Monitoring Your Health During the Global Pandemic.” I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator from Toronto, Canad…
 
In today's episode... The three reasons why your changes are just temporary. Are you feeling confused as to where and how to tap the right way? Are you lost with words to say during a tapping session? Do you feel like what you are doing right now is not working for you? Or that you only feel temporary results? In this episode, Sebastiaan will be ex…
 
Self-delusion is the biggest mental block to our full and honest awareness. All of us delude ourselves about reality to some extent; it is nothing to be ashamed of. However, self-deception has many negative consequences for our growth as individuals, and we must identify what it is about our lives that we have chosen to blind ourselves to, in order…
 
“What if we could practice for those most difficult moments that we will face in competition, for those moments when your mind begins to unravel, and self-doubt starts to creep in? How could this type of practice change our lives? Not only for sport, but for anything that requires mental toughness?” Sun Sachs, Rewire Fitness Watch the interview on …
 
In today's episode.. Do you want to experience relief within 30 days? Do you want to experience tapping and learn the concepts that can help you reduce your suffering? Do you want to increase your self-confidence and enjoy making conversations in front of other people? Then go sign up for the next FREE 30 Day Social Confidence Challenge that will s…
 
René Descartes is sometimes known as the father of modern philosophy, and sometimes as the father of the modern Scientific Method. It was his usage of doubt as a tool that led to his significance in both fields. He believed that deduction and direct observation was the only path to truth, and thus everything contained a degree of uncertainty which …
 
Welcome back to the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast for EPISODE #178 with Dr. Brian Stenzler,[i] M.S., D.C. the CEO of Dream Wellness on his new book “DREAM Wellness: 5 Keys to Raising Kids for a Lifetime of Physical and Mental Health” where the DREAM in the title of his book stands for (Diet, Relaxation, Exercise, Adjustme…
 
So far, we have primarily focused on the way others violate our boundaries. However, we also inevitably violate boundaries that others have. This does not necessarily make us toxic or bad individuals, but it helps to recognize our faulty behavioral patterns so that we can fix them and have healthier relationships. Identifying our own mistakes can b…
 
Welcome back to the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast for our very FIRST Panel Interview and EPISODE #177. Watch the interview on YouTube here. https://youtu.be/vIcdMG-a6Ag For those new, or returning guests, welcome! I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator from Toronto, Canada, now in Arizona, and like many of you listening,…
 
In today's episode... When you hear the word tapping or Emotional Freedom Technique for the first time, what was your initial reaction? Were you curious about it? Did you try it by watching tap-along videos? Were you unable to concentrate because you didn't know what to say during your tapping session? And if so, are you still looking for the right…
 
An attractive logo won’t help you establish a strong connection with a potential customer. That’s why it’s important, especially when you’re the face of your business to communicate fearlessly, frequently, and without worrying about criticism. People will say things you don’t like, and that feedback must be filtered. When effective, criticism shoul…
 
Though riddles are often framed in relatively simple words, they can be incredibly complex, utilizing many different but important modes of thinking. When faced with a tricky problem, asking yourself the right questions can often be the key to solving them. These include analyzing whether you’ve identified the problem correctly, what a solution mig…
 
In today's episode... The next FREE 30 Day Social Confidence Challenge is coming up! What are your expectations? What is your goal? In this episode, hear Dennis share his testimonial about how this challenge helped him be more relaxed and at ease in social situations. Keep moving forward! Go to: https://bit.ly/socialconfidencechallenge See you ther…
 
Assertive communication is standing up for yourself, being clear and direct when sharing your thoughts and feelings, and protecting your rights without taking away the rights of other people. Assertive communication is a product of high self-esteem and doesn’t come naturally to people who haven’t been taught to respect themselves and others and to …
 
When we come to a real meeting of the minds, it can transform the relationship and the perspective that each brings to the table. So how do we learn to have these transformational conversations? I recommend you start by reading Toi B. James” book, of Talk About It: 12 Steps to Transformational Conversations…Even When You Disagree. Note: Mindful Soc…
 
When you smother someone, you hem in their independence and make it seem as if you have nothing better to do with your time. You are perceived as someone with low social value and even less sexual attraction. There’s no mystery or compelling reason for others to be interested in you because you’ve already presented them with everything they could w…
 
Being the first to offer a greeting as basic as “Hi” followed by your name is a total power move. When you are the first to speak and extend your arm for a handshake, you are seen as friendly, confident, and in control. That's attractive and impressive, primarily because most people wait for people to approach them first, not from a position of sup…
 
Welcome back to the Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast for Brain Fact Friday and EPISODE #176 on “The Neuroscience of Communication: Why Our Brain Doesn’t Like the Word No!” I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator from Toronto, Canada, now in Arizona, and like many of you listening, have been fascinated with learning and under…
 
In today's episode... When you go to a session with your therapist, have you asked yourself... ...how long should I wait for me to get rid of my Social Anxiety problem? ...will I overcome my problem in just a single session? In this episode, Sebastiaan will be dispelling this myth and will be sharing with you a particular tool that is very effectiv…
 
Just like we have empathetic communication, there’s also empathetic listening. Empathetic listening is very similar to active listening, wherein all of your focus is devoted solely to the speaker. There are a few different types of empathetic listening, such as making space, reflecting, and reacting. When you make space, you suspend your own ego an…
 
In today's episode... Have you ever asked yourself why you are suffering so much that no one seemed to understand your feelings? Do you feel still stuck with your negative memories? Do you want to get rid of those negative limiting beliefs? Do you want to know how people breakthrough from their Social Anxiety problems? Then pre-register to our next…
 
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