Emotion Coaching: How to Support both Teenagers and Parents to Manage Problematic Behavior

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Presenter:  Kim Hinman, PhD

Target Audience: RNs: Pediatric Nurses in all practice settings

Description: This presentation will review the key 5 steps of emotion coaching, allow participants opportunities to explore their own emotional intelligence, review adolescent emotional development and review how to apply emotion coaching techniques to teenage patients and support their parents/caregivers in applying the techniques. The method was originally designed as a resource for parents to support children in navigating their emotional world; however, the method of emotion coaching and its benefits extend far beyond parent child interactions and is a useful tool for behavioral health providers.

Outcome: 75% of participants will validate current practice or implement a new strategy of emotional coaching  into their practice based upon knowledge gained. 

Continuing Education: Society of Pediatric Nurses is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation

Successful completion:
1. View recorded webinar
2. Complete on-line course evaluation and attestation of completion

Conflict of Interest:
The planners and faculty for this activity report no conflict of interest with a commercial interest the development and presentation of this course.

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