The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Social Capital

Event details

  • December 31, 1969
  • 12:00 PM

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The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Social Capital: Parents and Early Intervention

Presenter: Veera Mookerjee, PhD, LMSW

Wednesday, 6/30/21
12pm to 1pm

Parents whose children are enrolled in Early Intervention are especially in need of support and resources for their children and for the whole family. The efforts these parents make to connect to and work with therapists, educators, social workers, and mentors build a network of connections and is called social investment, the time, emotions and efforts they invest in for years. These connections, resources and relationships are called Social Capital. Parents invest in this social capital to support the achievement of aspired goals for their children.
We are now realizing that building this social capital is influenced by the emotional intelligence of both parents and the professionals with whom they work. This workshop will be an open stage to examine and discuss how one’s emotional intelligence impacts the connections and relationships one builds and the effect of social capital on professional service efficacy.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Learn the concepts of Social Capital and Emotional Intelligence in relation to Early Intervention.
Understand the use of the contemporary theories in relation to Early Intervention services and working with families.
Attendees will be in a path of developing professional efficacy when working with families in stress and addressing their spoken and unspoken needs.

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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Veera Mookerjee is the Founder/Director of Resolveera, a consultancy focusing on the needs of families of special needs children. She is a doctoral graduated from Yeshiva University’s, NYC. She is a licensed Mental Health Therapist and full time Care Manager in Long Term Care Company in NYC. Veera serves on the Board of New York Zero-To-Three (NYZTT), and is also in the Diversity Education & Inclusion Committee. She is also a NASW-NYS Diversity Committee member. Veera has 20 years of professional experience & conducts training workshops for Social workers in NYS towards Continuing Education. She also organizes community-based parent workshops and parenting skill trainings, provides consultancy services in EI centers in tri-state. She published a book, Transitioning Young Adults with Autism in 2016. Veera works closely with the community at every aspect of it and aces in public relations and networking strategies.

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This workshop is free for NYZTT members and $15 for non-members. If you’re not already, you can become a NYZTT member for $60 when you register for this workshop. Membership enables you to attend this and all workshops at no charge.

CE hours are also being offered for an $18 fee through Dancing Dialogue. Participants must first register with New York Zero-to-Three Network here, on Eventbrite, and then follow the link to register directly with Dancing Dialogue to receive CE credits.