Jennifer Miller

Parenting Author. Founder, Confident Parents, Confident Kids. Co-founder, SEL4OH.

Expertise
  • Introduction to Emotional Intelligence and Social-Emotional Learning
  • Parenting and Social-Emotional Learning
  • Kids’ Stress, Mental Health, and Social-Emotional Learning
  • Emotional Intelligence, Workforce Development, and Career Success
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Languages

English

about.

Jennifer Miller has worked with educators and families for twenty five years to help them become more effective with children through social and emotional learn
ing (SEL).

Through her social mission-driven organization, she authored and illustrated the bookConfident Parents, Confident Kids: Raising Emotional Intelligence In Ourselves and Our Kids,” growing an international platform through her blog with more than 23,000 followers in 152 countries world-wide.

She serves as a regular expert contributor to NBC’s TODAY Parenting and to PBS WNET. She writes and offers expertise for numerous publications including The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, and Parent Magazine.

She co-founded SEL for Ohio, a statewide network to champion social and emotional learning. She serves on the Tauck Family Foundation’s Advisory Committee along with members from Child Trends, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, and Harvard’s School of Education. She consults with schools, conducts research and creates tools on parenting and SEL with partners at National PTA, Montana State University, and the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

She frequently speaks at conferences, offers coaching to parents, and conducts workshops in Ohio and nationally. She has her masters degree in Instructional Leadership with a focus
on social and emotional development.

latest book.

Our confidence develops from understanding and having a mastery over our emotions — and helping our children do the same.

Like learning to play a musical instrument, we can fine-tune our ability to skillfully react to those big feelings that naturally arise from our child’s constant growth and changes, moving from chaos to harmony.

We want our children to trust that they can conquer any challenge with hard work and persistence; that they can love boundlessly; that they will find their unique sense of purpose; and they will act wisely in a complex world. This book shows you how.