Senior Scientist, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences
Emotions are not mysterious events that just happen to us. They are the product of evolution and are powerful and vital tools that we should be able to master and understand.
Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize and manage our emotions, and it can be improved.
Dawn of behaviour technology
Researcher and Expert on Behaviour Patterns
Interaction is now more complex than ever before. Emotions’ detection technology is going to change how we live and work.
Dealing with people was easier in the past because roles and profiles were clearly defined. With time it became more complex and now, due to technology, discoveries in neuroscience and emotions we are in the era of big changes in the way we interact with each other and also with technology.
Working with emotions
Consulting Scientist, Senior Teacher at Stanford , Berkeley and UC Davis
Emotions can be binding and painful, but they can also be great teachers. In this conversation, I will discuss how we can learn to use mindfulness and compassion to learn from our emotions, appreciate their transient nature, and free ourselves from the tendency to cling to both pleasant and unpleasant experiences. We will explore the meditation methods and other skills training that can help us find more ease and emotional balance.
Erika will join in a recorded interview.
Body patterns of emotions: neurophysiology, credibility and awareness
Master Coach and International Trainer
What is the universality of emotions and their function?