Havan Blog

  • How Do You Feel Today?

    A rich and more complex feeling word allows children (and adults alike) to make finer discriminations between feelings. This helps them to better communicate with others about their internal affective states; and to engage in discussions about their personal experiences with the world. Ultimately, labeling is a way of validating one’s emotion by acknowledging it.Β 

  • Havan Channel Ep.9 Feelings Vocabulary

    The most common vocabulary we used to describe our feelings are happy, sad, angry, and stressed. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜­πŸ˜‘πŸ˜– In actual fact, there are around 34,000 emotions a human can experience!😲😲 The better you can name or describe your unpleasant feelings, the better you cope with them.
  • Mindfulness – Be. Here. Now.

    The common practice of mindfulness is through quiet-sitting meditation. Naturally, young people will not find quiet sitting appealing. So, we need to creatively infuse mindfulness concepts into the many interesting experiential learning activities we normally conduct during classes.
  • Havan Channel Ep. 8 Self-awareness: Be. Here. Now.

    Besides using the EQ pyramid as a spine structure in designing our Havan EQ program, we also integrate mindfulness practice in our EQ education.
  • Havan Channel Ep. 7 Self-Awareness: Create Your Own Future

    One powerful activity to increase our self-awareness is to make a vision board. Vision board is a board that used to build a collage of words and images that represent our dream and goals.
  • Havan Channel Ep. 6 Who Am I? Self-portrait

    Welcome to Havan Channel. I'm Dr. Hany. The objective to cultivate self awareness is to develop a sense of self. In another words, is to be able to answer the big question of β€œWho am I”

  • Havan Channel Ep. 2 - What is EQ Education?

    IQ gives your success, EQ gives your happiness. EQ education is made up of four elements. We would like to present it using the pyramid structure - The EQ pyramid. Β