February 18 and April 25, 2014
Webinar with Keyvan Geula

This webinar was conducted over two sessions; to watch a recording of the first date, please click here; click here to view a recording of the second date. Presentation slides in PDF format can be downloaded here.

Our brain continually reshapes itself according to the experiences we have. If we are learning a song, that circuitry will attract connections and neurons. If we are changing a habit; trying to get better at listening—then that circuitry will grow accordingly. On the other hand, when we try to overcome a bad habit, we’re up against the thickness of the circuitry for something we’ve practiced and repeated thousands of times. Emotional intelligence is a way of recognizing, understanding and choosing how we think, feel and act. It shapes our interactions with others, with our own selves and with God.

Keyvan Geula, a licensed Marriage Family Therapist for over 20 years, specializes in using the Bahá’í Teachings to identify theories, techniques and approaches that produce the best results for her clients. She is the founder and executive director of Center for Global Integrated Education, a non-profit Bahá’í inspired educational organization. See http://www.cgie.org/blog/cgie-blog/.