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This powerpoint will provide the visuals for my class Fostering Empathy in Our Schools.
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Empathy and trust are a basic foundation for effective understanding, communication and relationships. For healthcare, not only do health care professionals use empathy to initiate a relationship, they must complete the emotion with an action to create acts of compassion, relieve suffering, bridge a difficult moment – in essence - create a compassionate connection. Whether for managing patient loyalty, handling complaints, diffusing conflict, or participating in the healing process, empathy and subsequent actions/responses create compassionate moments as part of the total patient experience. Participants of a 3Cs of Compassionate Interactions will learn to: •Explore personal values related to empathy and compassion and gain “other” perspective of these conditions and values •Identify various verbal and non-verbal factors associated with demonstrating compassion •Turn potential barriers into purposeful, soulful interaction moments •Translate personal empathy to a compassionate connection to respond sensitively and effectively to others
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Empathy and trust are a basic foundation for effective understanding, communication and relationships. For healthcare, not only do health care professionals use empathy to initiate a relationship, they must complete the emotion with an action to create acts of compassion, relieve suffering, bridge a difficult moment – in essence - create a compassionate connection. Whether for managing patient loyalty, handling complaints, diffusing conflict, or participating in the healing process, empathy and subsequent actions/responses create compassionate moments as part of the total patient experience. Participants of a 3Cs of Compassionate Interactions will learn to: •Explore personal values related to empathy and compassion and gain “other” perspective of these conditions and values •Identify various verbal and non-verbal factors associated with demonstrating compassion •Turn potential barriers into purposeful, soulful interaction moments •Translate personal empathy to a compassionate connection to respond sensitively and effectively to others
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Empathy and trust are a basic foundation for effective understanding, communication and relationships. For healthcare, not only do health care professionals use empathy to initiate a relationship, they must complete the emotion with an action to create acts of compassion, relieve suffering, bridge a difficult moment – in essence - create a compassionate connection. Whether for managing patient loyalty, handling complaints, diffusing conflict, or participating in the healing process, empathy and subsequent actions/responses create compassionate moments as part of the total patient experience. Participants of a 3Cs of Compassionate Interactions will learn to: •Explore personal values related to empathy and compassion and gain “other” perspective of these conditions and values •Identify various verbal and non-verbal factors associated with demonstrating compassion •Turn potential barriers into purposeful, soulful interaction moments •Translate personal empathy to a compassionate connection to respond sensitively and effectively to others
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These are proven ways to transform any of our relationships. These seven simple shifts will change the culture of any couple, family or business. When we perceive that we are being judged/criticized/blamed, our life becomes unpleasant; we experience disharmony in our relationships. Sadly, we have been raised in a culture filled with judgment and attack. As a human species, we have a deeply ingrained "fight or flight" response. We fight with words, we take flight by shutting down, disconnecting or judging the other in our own minds. These are habits and patterns of behavior which CAN change! Here are the SEVEN ADJUSTMENTS created by Scott Catamas that have successfully transformed scores of relationships.
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This list builds on Marshall Rosenberg's original needs list with categories adapted from Manfred Max-Neef. Neither exhaustive nor definitive, it can be used for study and for discovery about each person's authentic experience.
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The following are words we use when we want to express a combination of mental states and physical sensations. This list is neither exhaustive nor definitive. It is meant as a starting place to support anyone who wishes to engage in a process of deepening self-discovery and to facilitate greater understanding and connection between people.
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This worksheet helps when you have a challenging situation in a relationship. It takes you through what you are telling yourself, exploring your feelings and needs, the other person's feelings and needs, and strategies for managing these differences with care.
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As a participant in the training, Linda experienced life changing understanding in several important relationships by learning that everyone is expressing his or her needs.
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Since Jef Bailey's first workshop with Scott Catamas several years ago, Jef has found that working with these tools has changed his life for the better in significant ways, greatly improving both his business and personal relationships.
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Dr. West has found the psychological tools shared at the Global Center of Compassion and Love Coach Academy to be very effective in her professional practice, helping to identify, for example, issues deeply buried in family structure.
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