Organize Your Emotions:
Decode Your Emotional DNA and Thrive
Executive coach and health/wellness coach trainer Margaret Moore and Harvard Medical School professor Edward Phillips, M.D., identify nine distinct biological parts of your personality (your Inner Family) which express your primary needs, drives, values, and capacities.
Based on the latest research as well as extensive work with their clients and patients, Moore and Phillips show you how to:
Decode your emotions
Bring your Inner Family into more harmony and balance
Discover untapped strengths
Call on your inner coach
Gain a calm perspective and self-mastery
Meet Your Inner Family
Transcendence, Benevolence, Peacemaker, Harmony, Gratitude, Meaning, Purpose, Wholeness, Congruence
Achievement, Contribution, Respect, To matter, To be valued, To be validated, To be heard, Acknowledgement, Justice, Fairness, Integrity
Love, Empathy, Support, Connection, Interdependence, Belonging, Community, Cooperation, Soothing
Openness, Sensory stimulation, Adventure, Wonder, Exploration, Discovery, Novelty, Challenge, Learning, Consumption, Risk
Self-efficacy, Competence, Strength, Power, Protect, Competitive
Creativity, Beauty, Celebration, Flow, Play, Leisure, Humor, Self-expression, Procreation
Margaret is the founder and CEO of Wellcoaches Corporation, a leader in building international standards for professional coaches in health and wellness. She is co-founder and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, and a faculty member of the Harvard University Extension School. She is co-author of the Harvard Health book Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life. Meet Coach Meg's Inner Family.
Edward Phillips, MD
Edward is Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He has appeared on national media including Good Morning America, ESPN radio, and in Time Magazine.
John is a longtime journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Newsday, Smithsonian and other publications. He is associate professor of communications at New York Institute of Technology and the author or co-author of fourteen books, including the Harvard Health book Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life.