The Emotionally Intelligent Social Worker
Elegantly and succinctly, David Howe explains the theory of emotional intelligence - and its vital practical value - to an audience of students and practitioners across a range of human services and caring professions. He makes a powerful case for the importance of understanding and managing emotions for effective professional practice.
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2 What is Emotional Intelligence?
3 What are Emotions?
4 Emotional Development
5 The Emotional Brain
6 Emotions and Physical Health
7 Emotions and Mental Health
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