Eps 217: Exploring Collaborative Emotion Processing with Alyssa Blask Campbell

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Today’s guest is Alyssa Blask Campbell. Alyssa has her Master's of Education in Early Childhood. She is a leading expert in emotional development speaking to people around the world. She is a podcast host for Voices of Your Village and the CEO of Seed and Sew. Alyssa has been featured As an emotional development expert and publications such as the Washington Post, Kids VT and Family Education. After co creating the CEP method, which she's going to tell us all about, she researched it across the US and co authored a book on it scheduled for publication next year. Alyssa is deeply passionate about building emotional intelligence in children, stating that it's never too early or too late to start, thank goodness. Alyssa shows up as approachable and welcomes people into her village to get support at all ages and stages shame free. Join us!

"In order to be able to do that social piece, the kindness, the respect the empathy, the social awareness components, we have to know how to navigate the self awareness and self regulation first.”

“Sometimes times it's really just getting down to what is our feeling about what they're feeling or experiencing.”

“I believe that it's our job to find the calm, not their job to get calm for us.”

“It's safe for me to feel this because it's not going to last forever.”

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • The difference between social and emotional development
  • The role of self awareness and self regulation
  • Coping mechanisms versus coping strategies
  • The five phases of emotion processing
  • Coping mechanisms as numbing agents
  • Fine motor activities as processing tools
  • Changing habits one at a time
  • Reflective Practice - what it is and how it works
  • Finding the calm for your kids
  • Mirror Neurons and the neurology of calm
  • Addressing bias as a step in the parenting education journey
  • Taking care of your physical health so you can self-regulate
  • Allowing yourself to feel
  • Recognizing feelings
  • Empathizing and connecting vs noticing
  • Helping your kids feel felt
  • Finding security in your feeling
  • Yale research on anxiety in kids
  • The relationship between anxiety and fear
  • Problem solving and conflict resolution
  • Identifying when you’re ready for problem solving
  • What makes Voices of Your Village Podcast awesome

What does Joyful Courage mean to you?

I think for me joyful courage is the ability to step in to the fear and the unknown. In that pursuit or desire of getting back to the calm, easy, joy, if you will, like when we have those tools to process the hard stuff, when we're courageous enough to do this work to build our self awareness and to put the mirror up to ourselves and not just to our kiddos. When we are courageous enough to do that, then we get to live with more joy and calm and peace.

Resources:

Free Emotional Coaching Guide

Where to find Alyssa:

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Instagram

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