Lisa Jayne, is passionate about Emotion Education. Only through education can the gap be closed between what we feel and the way we are taught to deal with our natural responses to the world we live in. Her work challenges the status quo, (it turns Maslow’s hierarchy upside down) but human progress in such times as these, is only possible when old concepts are upgraded. Feeling is a natural process of evolution and amidst chaos is the very opportunity to shift cultural foundations from an illness model, engendering long term mental and emotional health issues, suicide and social misfunctioning to a culture deeply embedded in wellness, where personal satisfaction, esteem and potential continues to expand.
It’s because we suppress, resist, deny, ignore and medicate our feelings that we have mental health issues. The truth is, when a person understands and knows how to use the way they feel to grow and feel personally empowered,
they have no mental health issues.
“I believe in prevention, rather than cure. What a legacy we could leave for our children if we actively engage them in an emotional process that builds their self-esteem and courage every time we face a ‘crisis’. These children will grow into adults that trust themselves, can manage their emotions to shift themselves into an empowered position and from that place take effective and deliberate action. These adults will change the way they do relationship (no need for codependency), be at ease with expressing their true selves and live a powerfully authentic life of their greatest potential. That would be pretty amazing for our communities, wouldn’t it?” Lisa Jayne
Individuals who manage their emotions powerfully, even the deepest, darkest ones, become leaders in their families and their communities. Their ability to work with their feelings, activate their personal power and live with mental clarity and strength lights up a new path, not only for themselves, but for others to follow.
As an Educator and Emotions Specialist, Lisa understands emotions can make people a little squirmy! It’s what causes the greatest social problems, the largest impact on personal productivity in the workplace and the trauma of relationship breakdowns. Yet her lighthearted, fun and inspiring approach, has her audience feeling empowered, inspired and ready to start a new trajectory to personal fulfilment and potential.
Through her entertaining stories, the 5 keys she uses provide a practical and common sense look at what’s ailing our lives and our societies. Lisa drives home a powerful message: even with all the information available, our societies are still on a downhill trajectory when it comes to mental health issues, suicides and depression. As a parent herself, Lisa demonstrates, using real life situations, how to build the brave in our children, so they will become courageous, fulfilled and inspirational adults.
Lisa captivates audiences with her down to earth, relatable stories. She offers extensive insights into what it takes to:
At the end of her presentation, your audience will leave feeling inspired, motivated and uplifted – with effective new tools to manage their emotional world powerfully.
Why Emotion Education prevents long term mental, emotional health issues and the incidence of abusive relationships