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EQ Resources

EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) refers to an index of emotional intelligence, measuring the ability to process emotional information and use it in reasoning and other cognitive activities. EQ is a crucial skill that can help you succeed in school, at home, and in life.

With our EQ resources, you may:

  • Understand your own feelings and the feelings of others.

  • Learn how to manage your emotions effectively.

  • Improve your communication and conflict resolution skills.

  • Build stronger relationships and connect with others on a deeper level.

Explore our informative and enriching videos that focus on improving emotional intelligence. Our content is suitable for individuals, couples, and families with children, providing valuable insights into mental well-being.

Learn from the deep knowledge and practical advice shared by our speakers, with their expertise in medicine and mental health.

You can watch our videos at your own pace and in the comfort of your home, making it a valuable opportunity for personal growth and improvement.

Our EQ courses are organized into three main areas:

  • personal growth

  • couples

  • families


In addition, we offer many related workshops and seminars. 

  • Personal growth courses include topics such as: rebuilding self esteem, self management, and managing emotions. 

  • Couples courses include building a fulfilling and lasting marriage which is suitable for premarital, married and remarried couples. 

  • Parenting courses include a series for parents with children aged 0 to 6 and a series for parents of adolescent children aged 10 to 25. 

  • Workshops include: fathers, mothers, adolescents, special needs children, marriage at crossroads, depression, anxiety, stress, self esteem, parenting questions and answers, helping people with mental health issues, emotional intelligence, lay counselor training, and premarital counseling training.

These courses can be used by: lay leaders, lay counselors, pastors, missionaries, counselors, teachers, health workers and mental health workers. They can be used in various settings, including: one-on-one counseling, group therapy, large courses, Christian education, workshops, small groups, fellowships, retreats and support groups in churches, community agencies and organizations.  The preparation time is minimal.  This frees leaders and facilitators to focus on developing relationship with the participants and ministering to their needs.

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