Inteligencia emocional en adolescentes de nivel secundaria. Un proceso de psicoterapia humanista
García Orozco, Carmen Cecilia
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Emotional intelligence is a series of skills through which it is possible to identify, calibrate and express one´s feelings, while understanding the feelings of others, which provides skills in interpersonal communication that facilitate development healthy personal identity. The objective of this research was to determine if a program with gestalt and humanistic techniques has a positive effect on the development of emotional intelligence skills in high school students. Based on this objective, the different skills that compose the emotional intelligence were worked, from a quantitative design. The instrument to use is the Spanish modified trait meta-mood scale-24 (Tmms-24). A measure of self-report which measures emotional intelligence. Subsequently, 10 sessions were held with a humanist approach, lasting 1 hour each, in which topics were addressed such as emotional understanding, emotional facilitation, emotional care and emotional regulation, the sessions were conducted around activities related to each topic, to put in practice these skills according to Mayer and Salovey in its definition of emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, value and express emotions, ability to access and /or generate feelings that facilitate thoughts; the ability to understand emotion and emotional awareness; and the ability to regulate emotions, to promote emotional and intellectual growth (Mayer & Salovey,1997,p.5). After completing the program, a post-test was performed on the study sample. Which is a group of 10 teenagers whose age range is between 12 and 15 years old, who are students of a public high school in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.
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