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Emotional Intelligence for Teens: Cultivating Clarity, Compassion, Mindful Awareness & Resilience for High School & Beyond

See program overview here.
Learn about program lead, Michelle Maldonado here.


Register today. Space limited.
A nominal retreat fee is included to cover the cost of materials & expenses. Any remaining funds will be donated to the pastoral retreat center. (For those in need, fee can be waived. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.)
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Emotional Intelligence for Teens: Cultivating Clarity, Compassion, Mindful Awareness & Resilience for High School & Beyond
While our primary work is with executives, senior leaders and teams across industries, we love creating and donating a unique program each year to and for teens who otherwise would not have access to these experiences and holistic approach to life skills development. Our "Emotional Intelligence for Teens" retreat is our special youth program for 2020.
  • Date: Saturday, February 22, 2020
  • Sign-in/Parental Authorization Form (Required): 8:30am-8:55am
  • Program Time: 9am - 4pm ET
  • Program will include mindful movement in the morning and Qigong in the afternoon. We encourage students to dress in loose, comfortable and warm layers as, weather permitting, we may go outdoors for some activities.
  • Lunch: 12:30pm-1pm | BYOL (Bring your own lunch)
  • Location: Linton Hall School, Pastoral Retreat Center, 9535 Linton Hall Road, Bristow, VA
  • Retreat Fee: $15.00 (+ $2.55 Eventbrite processing fee paid online, for a total cost of $17.55)

Based on the work of Daniel Goleman &

Social & Emotional Learning Practices

"Since 1995, when Daniel Goleman’s groundbreaking book Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ became an international bestseller, Emotional Intelligence has become ubiquitous. The Harvard Business Review called Emotional Intelligence—which discounts IQ as the sole measure of one’s abilities— 'a revolutionary, paradigm-shattering idea.' What’s more, Emotional Intelligence was named one of the 25 'Most Influential Business Management Books' by TIME Magazine. Both businesses and educators have benefited from EI: educators have embraced EI in the form of social and emotional learning (SEL) and leadership and employee development have flourished in the business world because of it."  Source:

We thank our sponsors for their generous contributions to help make our teen retreat a

fun, affordable, and impactful experience!

The Tao Institute for Martial Arts

  Empowerment, Well-Being & Purpose

Through Martial Arts

Linton Hall School

Pastoral Retreat Center

Snacks and supplies needed.

If you'd like to donate or sponsor items, please contact us today.