Increasing the mental and emotional intelligence of students (elementary school – college) at home and in the classroom

For students who need a boost in their emotional intelligence, HeartMath® training using a visual language called HeartSmarts has been proven to increase educational knowledge, improve reading and math skills, and have smoother relationships in the class room. These skills become a foundation in their lives.

Core-Herence coaching is available for

Programs that use HeartMath techniques and the emWave® hardware have been introduced at the elementary, middle school, high school, college and graduate levels across the US.* These programs have been demonstrated to improved emotional well-being, classroom, behaviors, and academic performance.**

The HeartMath techniques along with the biofeedback using the
emWave® Desktop
are the ideal way to introduce emotional
learning at school and at home.  HeartSmarts

Test EdgeFor pre-school and grade school children, Core-Herence coaching uses a program called HeartSmarts that teaches the HeartMath techniques through visual cues. This program transforms the internal dialog of “This is too hard. I don’t get it.” to “It’s OK to make mistakes, that’s how I learn.”

For high schools, college and graduate students, we use a HeartMath program called TestEdge that is designed to reduce test anxiety and improve test performance.

Along with the HeartMath techniques, you’ll learn how to use the award winning Inner Balance™, emWave2® or emWave® Desktop to feedback physiological changes and accelerate your progress. The emWave® Desktop is the perfect stress monitor that can be shared by up to 25 students and teachers.

Contact me here for a 30-minute free no-obligation session.


* “Enhancing Emotional, Social, and Academic Learning with HeartRhythm Coherence Feedback”,  Rollin McCraty, PhD, Biofeedback, Winter 2005.

** Arguelles, L., McCraty, R., & Rees, R. A. (2003). The heart in holistic education. Encounter: Education for meaning and social justice, 16(3), 13–21.

§ Emotional Self-Management in Children, R. McCraty, M. Atkinson, D. Tomasino, J. Goelitz, and H. Mayrovitz, p.248.

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