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BRittney-Nichole Connor-Savarda

"The People Whisperer"

Brittney-Nichole Connor-Savarda, author of The EQ Deficiency, is the region’s foremost authority on emotional intelligence and human behavior, and lives her purpose as a catalyst for change. Brittney-Nichole earned degrees in early childhood education and psychology, is a certification as a Neuro-Linguistic Program (NLP) practitioner, and HeartMath trainer. As a credentialed and respected “People Whisperer,” Brittney-Nichole specializes in self-awareness and emotional resilience, and helps individuals and families build deep, trusting relationships, and discover a life of fulfillment, balance, and compassion, in spite of the chaos of the modern world. In essence, she teaches individuals how to liberate themselves from themselves, and how to leave a legacy beyond material wealth.

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As a child, Brittney had a front row seat to the direct and negative impact a lack of emotional intelligence and awareness can have on one's success and fulfillment in life, and an impact that affects entire families—spanning generations.

"At the age of 15, I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and later OCD and ADD, which came as no surprise. My family has a long history of anxiety, depression, and mental illness. Unfortunately, I quickly fell victim to the mentality that my mental health, well-being, and success was out of my control. I used my anxiety and ADD as the reason for why I struggled in school and failed to make friends; and, I used my anxiety and OCD as an excuse for my frequent emotional outburst and meltdowns. 

It was only after discovering and apply the skill of emotional intelligence that my life completely changed.

I learned how to understand and control my emotions, and I developed compassion for myself, which snowballed into my current success and fulfillment in life.

It brings me immense joy to have made it my life's work to share this undervalued, yet essential, skill with the world."

The cornerstone of Brittney-Nichole’s approach stems from her desire to teach others that they too can how to take back control of their lives by embodying emotional intelligence as a foundational practice in life, family, and business. Through Generation EQ, Brittney-Nichole partners with families to foster emotional resilience, teach parents and their children how the become aware of the needs behind their strong emotions, get curious and comfortable with all emotions (pleasant or unpleasant), and how to manage triggers and reframe conflict. Through her practice, Brittney-Nichole applies equal parts experience, education and compassion to change families lives for generations to come. Her dedication to solving the root cause, and not simply the symptoms, is sets her apart from a seemingly endless pool of “life coaches.”

  • Brittney-Nichole is a true champion for people who genuinely desire to become a better version of themselves and pass that legacy and skill set onto their children.

  • Whether it’s applying what she’s lived and learned through private family programs, speaking to a packed webinar of parents, or sharing Parenting with Emotional Intelligence practices with small group, the cornerstone of Brittney’s work is simple: she solves the emotional problems that are plaguing today's generations.

  • Brittney’s training and experience in early childhood education, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and energy management not only gives her a professional edge, it speaks volumes about her dedication to helping people. She understands the crucial role emotional awareness and management play in living life to the fullest. 

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Connor-Savarda’s devotion to making lives better through a deeper understanding of emotional intelligence and human behavior is a gift – one she believes is only valuable when it's shared with others. Brittney demonstrates her passion for fixing people problems through speaking on stage at events or working one-on-one with individuals, couples, families and even corporate leaders.