The future is emotionally intelligent
Supporting parents and caregivers in all the moments that matter
Hey there, I'm Alyssa Blask Campbell.
I'm a teacher, parent, and an emotional development
expert with a masters degree in early childhood
education. I co-created the Collaborative Emotion
Processing method, researching across the country.
"I'm on a mission to change the ways adults experience children’s emotions
so we can respond with intention to raise emotionally intelligent humans."
My HarperCollins book, Tiny Humans, Big Emotions is coming out this October!
Want to join our Book Launch Team? To be a part of the Book Launch Insiders Club...
✔ You already preordered the book
✔ You believe in this movement of raising emotionally intelligent humans.
✔ You're ready to spread these tools far and wide!
Free resource library
Our guide to emotionally supportive sleep for children birth - five years.
Activities for Kid's Regulation
Giving children the power of regulation
through guided activities.
The Parenting with Intention Workshop Bundle
Includes our two flagship classes: Tiny Humans, Big Emotions & It Starts With You: Reparenting Your Adult Self
It Starts With You: Reparenting Your Adult Self
This class will teach you how to better process your own emotions so you can help have a healthier relationship with others and enjoy life more.
Tiny Humans, Big Emotions
This class will teach you simple ways to soothe yourself so that you can meet your child with confidence, even in the midst of a tantrum or other big emotion, with the grace and patience she deserves.
These classes, broken down by age, show you how to establish and maintain developmentally appropriate expectations (DAE) so you can implement sleep routines for your kiddo.
The Highly Sensitive Child
Join me in this hour-long workshop as we dive into sensory and emotional sensitivities, exploring the root causes and learning tools to help support these unique and wonderful kiddos.
Moving from Coping Mechanisms to Coping Strategies
Let's dive into mechanisms and strategies, looking at the differences between the two, how they can co-exist, and how to move from coping mechanisms to coping strategies.
What our community has to say
"We have begun to implement specific activities to meet our almost 3 year old's needs with vestibular and proprioceptive movements. After the webinar, I've really noticed just how wiggly my girl is and I now understand how to translate that into activities that meet her unspoken needs."
"I've only followed Alyssa on IG for a couple weeks, but all the tools she's provided have been a game changer. My 3yo is superrrr big in emotions, so I know what it's like. Purchased the course, I'm sooo in!!!!!"
"I snagged the courses on discount and am LOVING them. I feel like this was what was missing for me for support. Thank you so much. Bonus- my husband is watching them with me and I've already noticed a shift!"