Free eBook for Parents: How Can You Coach Your Teen to Become More Emotionally Intelligent?

Download our free eBook for parents to learn a different interpretation of emotions that illustrates how they are a valuable source of information for you and your teen and support you both to make wise choices.

Resolve Your Parenting Challenges and Sustain the Change.

Many of your parenting challenges are rooted in the emotions underlying those challenges. A deeper understanding of your own and your teen's emotions will help you identify and resolve them.

Learn to Empower Your Teen Toward More Independence

Learn a powerful method to coach your teen on ways to earn trust and empower them to achieve true independence. You can use the same method to earn their trust as a parent.

Learn to Communicate Effectively With Your Teen

Learn the multiple dimensions of effective communication with your teen. Develop your ability to “listen” to their language, emotions, and body to elevate the level of understanding on both sides.

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I'm Dan Newby

Dan is a best-selling author of 5 books on emotions, a social-emotional learning consultant to U.S. school systems, a certified professional coach with 9000 hours of coaching experience, an international speaker, and a thought-leader in the domain of emotions and emotional literacy.

Dan was a Senior Course Leader for Newfield Network for eight years. In those years he led coach training programs in the U.S., Amsterdam, and at the University of Calgary. He has worked with several school systems in the U.S., global commercial enterprises, and NGOs. Dan’s passion for elevating emotional literacy fuels his writing, teaching, and development of games to help people learn the value of emotions and the many ways they enrich our lives. His quest for emotional skills development combined with his work as an ontological coach and CEO of one of the premium coaching schools globally helped him move deeper into this territory of learning and become the teacher he is today. Dan was born in the U.S. and has lived in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe

We Help Parents Improve Their Teens' Emotional  Intelligence

AdolezenZ is a global learning organization focused on helping adolescents and parents develop their emotional intelligence.  Many parents and teens avoid the topic of emotions as it makes them uncomfortable. A common belief is that “being emotional” means we are either in tears, being aggressive, or “touchy-feely.” Displaying emotions is considered a sign of weakness by many. We want to share a different interpretation that can help you discover the value of emotions as a tool for parenting your teens.