Dec 15, 2021
Alyssa Blask Campbell: Emotional Intelligence and Sensory Regulation | Season 4, Episode 3
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Alyssa Blask Campbell, Med, is an emotional development expert with a master's degree in early childhood education. She is the founder of Seed and Sew, an online modern parenting community, and the co-created the Collaborative Emotion Processing (CEP) method, a how-to guide for responding to tiny humans' big emotions to build emotional intelligence from infancy. Through Seed and Sew, Alyssa trains parents, educators, and caregivers in emotional coaching and understanding emotional intelligence. She also created and hosts Tiny Humans, Big Emotions parent support groups as virtual hangouts to dive into all things parenting. Alyssa’s goal is to help families and caregivers build strategies for responding to challenging behaviors in a way that supports the development of emotional intelligence.  

Throughout the episode, Alyssa discusses the connection between sensory regulation and emotional development and how as adults, our ability to connect with and guide our children is directly impacted by our level of sensory regulation. Alyssa also touches on the science behind co-regulation, provides tips to support children who struggle with anxiety and gives a few “say this” instead of “that” examples. 


Seed and Sew website: Seed and Sew 

Alyssa’s Podcast: Voices of your Village 

Seed and Sew Instagram: Seed.and.Sew 

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The Parish School Website: The Parish School 

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