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Housman Institute

Providing the Building Blocks of Emotional Intelligence from Birth

Empowering Educators

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About Housman Institute

Founded by Dr. Donna Housman, Ed.D, the Housman Institute is an early childhood training, research, and advocacy organization that seeks to provide children with the building blocks of emotional intelligence.

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Check out our blog to learn more about our training, research & advocacy efforts! Read the latest from Dr. Housman, the
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Our Research

Findings suggest that the earlier we can help children connect their emotions to their behaviors, thoughts, and feelings, the more we can help them develop their own emotional, cognitive, and social capabilities.

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“In a national survey, parents said social- emotional development was their highest priority when considering a program, providing the foundation for enduring success in school and adulthood.”

Education Week, 2018

“Rather than seeing well-being as an add-on, it is becoming a second strand to the helix: one being academic performance, the second being well-being and character development...these skills are necessary not just to do well in school but in life.”

Dr. Alejandro Adler, Positive Psychology, UPenn

“Twenty-first century leadership requires self-awareness, authenticity, empathy, and the ability to self-manage emotions—especially in conflict, during crises, and under pressure.”

Matt Segneri, Harvard Business School