Emotional ABCs
Emotional ABCs

Multiple scientific studies now prove that children learn best and have the greatest chance of academic and social success when they can effectively regulate their emotions.
These skills are as essential as reading or basic math.

  • Developed with psychologists, therapists and educators, Emotional ABC's helps children (ages 4 to 10) acquire life-long emotional intelligence.
  • Our program presents simple, easy-to-learn techniques to understand and work through emotions.
  • We show your child (and you!) what to do.
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Emotional ABC's Program

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why learn the Emotional ABC's?


Our step-by-step program shows your child how to work through emotions and make good choices. By using The Emotional ABC's practical and flexible technique, your child can develop skills to successfully (and independently) answer the daily, recurring questions of:

Designed for Children

Our program is fun and interactive, contains simple, easy-to-remember techniques, and can be done by the child alone, or with guidance from a parent or caregiver. These skills can last a lifetime.


Many parents never formally learned emotional literacy skills and therefore are not sure how to help their child. We show you how!


Our DVD, books, CD, and other components of The Emotional ABCs program are carefully integrated so that each child can progress at their own rate. Concepts and skills of emotional literacy are presented in various ways - visually, aurally, through drawing and coloring, with games and through other means - so every child can develop confidence when working through emotions.

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Emotional ABC's
Emotional ABC's

  1. Mayer, J. D., Roberts, R. D. & Barsade, S. G (2008). Human Abilities: Emotional Intelligence. Annual Review of Psychology, 59: 507-36.
  2. Di Fabio, A., Palazzeschi, L. (2009). An in-depth look at scholastic success: Fluid intelligence, personality traits or emotional intelligence? Personality and Individual Differences 46:581-585.