Focused, practical, and accelerated training program designed to give you specific techniques and skills you need to increase and create emotional connection. Learn how to identify ineffective patterns of interaction, work with emotion, and lead facilitated sessions to reconnect co-workers together and become the reconnecting expert for your organization or clients.


Location: Pepperdine University
18111 Von Karman Ave, Room 235, Irvine, CA 92612

February 21- 22, 2018

Mastering Emotional Connection

Certification Level 1

Level 1 Mastering Emotional Connection program provides this user-friendly and experiential curriculum will enhance your leadership and development initiatives.

Day 1 The Science and Working with Emotion

  • Module 1: Overview of the science behind emotional connection and the three-stage model.
  • Module 2: Create an experience with skills in action.
  • Module 3: Learn to use the map of relationships with the three-stage process.
  • Module 4: Techniques in working with emotion.

Day 2 Practice and Role Play

  • Module 5 Understanding the underlying emotions and triggers Stage 1, steps 1-2
  • Module 6: Creating new interactional responses exercises and practice Stage 1, steps 3-4
  • Module 7: Staying accessible, responsive and engaged Stage 2, steps 5-7
  • Module 8: Reinforcing safety and emotional connection Stage 3, steps 8-9

Register for the 2-day certification program $399
(prior to January 31, 2018)

February 21-23, 2018

Train-the-Trainer Emotional Connection

Certification Level 1

Level 1 Train-the-Trainer program provides an extra day of learning how to facilitate this program, expanding your expertise.

Day 3 Proficiency in Emotional Connection

  • Module 9: Creating Connection (1 hour 30 min)
  • Module 10: Bonding Conversations, working through impasses, group role play (1 hour 30 min)
  • Module 11: Repairing rifts, working with small group (2 hours)
  • Module 12: Further training, Q&A (1 hour)


Register for the 3-day Certification Program: $599
(prior to January 31, 2018)