Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage your emotions and those of the people around you in positive ways. People with a good level of emotional intelligence tend to build stronger relationships, succeed at work & school, and achieve higher career and personal goals because they are capable of dealing with stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, and minimize conflicts more easily.
There are four main attributes of emotional intelligence:
- Social awareness
- Social management
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All sort of things are connected to emotional intelligence. After all, human existence is built on emotions. But how to understand if you lack emotional intelligence?
A quick way to find out is to answer these questions:
- Do you act impulsively?
- Are you a stubborn person?
- Do you lack empathy for others?
- Is it difficult for you to deal with your emotions?
- Do you pretend everything is alright, even when it’s not?
- Do you adjust your behavior depending on who is in front of you?
- Are you easily manipulated?
- Do you avoid voicing your opinion if you think it will upset others?
If the answer to some of these questions is Yes, then our ‘Emotional Intelligence’ course is for you! After this course you will possess a new set of social skills that will contribute to improve your life, you will notice changes in both your way of thinking and in your behaviors. You will become familiar with new concepts, re-define your needs and focus on your growth. You will start to see life from a completely new perspective.
Throughout the duration of the course, new lessons will unlock each day in a step-wise approach. You will be tasked to study the theory and complete daily exercises to consolidate your progress and reinforce new habits.
The course is available in the Mindspa app, where you can follow the course at your own pace at any time of the day. In the app you will have access to many other resources such as articles, a self-care diary, hundreds of coping exercises and an emergency chatbot. You will also have the opportunity to write notes and answer tasks directly from your phone, and you will keep access to the course forever.
Our team is composed by several psychologists and psychiatrists with expertise in various areas of psychology. All courses are based on scientific evidence and years of professional practice. They apply various techniques, such as CBT and Gestalt therapy, which have proven to be among the most effective in therapy.
Courses are created with meticulous attention to details. All content is reviewed by a minimum of three different mental health professionals, to ensure clinical accuracy and the highest quality.
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About us – Mindspa was founded in 2019. Throughout the years, it has been subject to a number of independent reviews, in which it has received the highest ratings of approval. Its resources apply various therapeutic techniques to help you manage your mental health, including CBT and Gestalt therapy. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one of the most effective ways of treatment; it empowers you to change the way you think, feel and behave towards a particular activity – giving you an opportunity to control your behaviours. Gestalt is a form of therapy which emphasises personal responsibility; its goal is to teach you to become aware of significant sensations within yourself and your environment so that you can respond fully and reasonably to situations that can pose as potential triggers. Multiple studies have also shown effectiveness in the use of conversational AI-based features, like Mindspa chatbot, that have proven to improve users’ mental health and shown the ability to create a therapeutic bond with them.
Scientific articles backing these claims:
(1) Marciniak, Shanahan, Rohde, Schulz, et al. “Standalone Smartphone Cognitive Behavioral Therapy–Based Ecological Momentary Interventions to Increase Mental Health: Narrative Review“. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020; 8(11): e19836 DOI: 10.2196/19836
(2) McCashin, Coyle, O’Reilly. “Qualitative Synthesis of Young People’s Experiences With Technology-Assisted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Systematic Review“. J Med Internet Res 2019; 21(11): e13540 DOI: 10.2196/13540
(3) Matzko, Helga M. Gennant, and Helga M. Gennant Matzko. “A Gestalt Therapy Treatment Approach for Addictions: ‘Multiphasic Transformation Process.” Gestalt Review, vol. 1, no. 1, 1997, pp. 34–55. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/44394010.
(4) Ahmed, Ali, Aziz, Hassan, Khalifa, et al. “A review of mobile chatbot apps for anxiety and depression and their self-care features“. Science Direct, 2021; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmpbup.2021.100012
(5) Parmar, Ryu, Pandya, Sedoc and Agarwal. “Health-focused conversational agents in person-centered care: a review of apps“. NPJ Digital Medicine, 2022; https://doi.org/10.1038/s41746-022-00560-6