About EQtainment

EQtainment is on a mission to improve emotional intelligence globally by creating fun and simple tools for practicing social skills and better behavior.

Why Emotional Intelligence?

A growing body of research suggests that improved emotional intelligence in children leads to readiness for school and may likely to lead to life success- career, relationships, health and happiness. Emotional intelligence includes: reading social cues, self-motivation, delaying gratification, coping with life’s ups and downs,managing relationships, decision making, and problem solving.

"My kids ask to play again and again! I've been able to watch their EQ improve, while having fun and enjoying great discussions as a family."
-Ashley, Costa Mesa, CA
"When asked a question from the game, my son said he showed bravery when entering his kindergarten class for the first time. It was so helpful to know he had felt that way!"
-Bonnie, Baton Rouge, LA
"My girls (ages 9 and 11) love this game, and as a mom, I love the deeper
conversations we have while playing"
- Regina, Naples, FL
"My three year old is in LOVE with Q and this game! She loves answering the questions, and I can see her manners improving before my eyes."
- Destiny, Shreveport, LA
"It's fun, it's easy to play, and we like
that we can be silly."
- Hudson, Age 6 (and a half)
"It taught me new ways to practice EQ
at home with my kids!"
- Magan, Ruston, LA
"My son asked to read Q's Wild Ride over and over. I think it's a double thumbs up!!"
- Karlee, Westlake, CA

About Sofia Dickens

Sofia Dickens is the founder and CEO of EQtainment and a mompreneur of three kids. Her mission is to make learning EQ fun and affordable for all children. Sofia first became interested in the impact of emotional intelligence as a student at Harvard and embarked on a career in educational media as a video correspondent for the Emmy Award winning quiz show, Jeopardy!. Sofia anchored Channel One News, seen by eight million teens daily in homerooms across America, and reported live from the red carpet as a correspondent of Hollywood Heat on Tru TV.