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How do you respond to the emotional child beyond behavior charts and positive discipline? How do you build comfort in experiencing a feeling and learn how to express in a prosocial manner? How do you foster children’s coping strategies to last a lifetime, moving away from temporary coping mechanisms? When is it time to problem solve Now, how do we do this in everyday life with children as we bring our biases and social programming to the table?


We know that emotional development is at the cornerstone of learning, that children need to process emotions before they are ready to absorb content, but there hasn’t been a “how to” guide for building this development, until now. We work with folks to dive into the Collaborative Emotion Processing (CEP) method as well as the Phases of Emotion Processing in order to build the adult’s mindful practices alongside their toolbox for responding to emotional expressions to emotional intelligence. We cannot expect children to engage in social relationships without supporting their emotional development. In a world where social/emotional learning is heavily focused on the social aspects, we are collaborating with folks to help children develop the emotional intelligence and sensory regulation to have the confidence, communication, and processes to navigate their complex world and build resiliency.


Alyssa Blask Campbell is the CEO of Seed & Sew, an organization that provides tools for parents, teachers, and caregivers to raise emotionally intelligent humans. Seed & Sew has a community of 300K+ folks, a global podcast, the S.E.E.D. Certification® professional development program with virtual expert coaching from disciplines such as OTs, SLPs, and Psychologists, and online parenting courses. Alyssa has a master’s degree in early childhood education, is a leading expert in emotional development traveling the world speaking on the topic, and is a mom to two. Her first book, Tiny Humans, Big Emotions, is co-authored with Lauren Stauble and publishes on October 10, 2023 with HarperCollins.

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Robert Miller Community Center
130 Gosse Court
Burlington, VT 05408

Organizer Information

Dad Guild


53 Sunset Drive
Burlington, VT 05408
+1 (802) 318-4231

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