Patrick Kilcarr PhD
Patrick Kilcarr PhD has been the Director of Georgetown University’s Center for Personal Development since 1999. The Center offers, along with direct clinical services workshops and training on a variety of health/mental health issues, especially related to emotional intelligence, leadership, and motivation. His research studies the intersection of risk-taking behavior and emotional intelligence in the college-age population. He is a master trainer in emotional intelligence, certifying professionals to use the EQ-i2.0 (the most valid and reliable self-assessment of emotional intelligence) to assess and evaluate the social and emotional competencies of individuals in a variety of professional venues.teaching interactive courses on personal development, sexual health, and emotional intelligence. He also is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies, where he teaches in the Health Coaching Program. He completed his Ph.D. in Human Development, through the acclaimed Institute of Child Study. All of his work is directed toward strengthening the individual with respect to his/her innate talents and abilities. He has written extensively on emotional intelligence, addiction, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, where he co-authored an award-winning book, “Voices From Fatherhood"