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Parents Who Lack Empathy and have High Expectations Often Punish Children with Learning Disabilities: Study

Parents Who Lack Empathy and have High Expectations Often Punish Children with Learning Disabilities: Study | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it

Parent’s lack of empathy and unrealistic expectation influences risk of physical abuse in children with developmental disorders, according to a study. 


"We also saw that parents don't empathize toward their child's needs as much as parents of typically developing children,


which suggests that these parents may not understand the needs or feelings of their children," she adds.


By Vanishree Bhatt


The Ashoka Community's curator insight, July 16, 2014 3:37 PM

Empathy is not only important for children, but for parents as well. As this study points out, being able to empathize with your children, especially if they have learning disabilities, can help prevent undue suffering and unrealistic expectations for both parties.

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#EmpathyCircles: A highly effective #Empathy building practice. http://EmpathyCircle.com    
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Stoneygate Trust and University of Leicester combine to create pioneering new Centre for Empathic Healthcare | News | University of Leicester

The Stoneygate Trust and University of Leicester have combined to create a pioneering new Stoneygate Centre for Excellence in Empathic Healthcare.

This unique £10m Centre, co-funded by the University and The Stoneygate Trust, will ensure that medical students and healthcare professionals across the UK are taught about the vital importance of empathy as an integral part of all aspects of their medical training. 

As part of its work, the new Centre will develop and deliver empathy-focused training for undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare students and professionals in Leicester, with the aim of making this available nationally.

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Empathy and Engagement in Process, Practice and Program

Empathy and Engagement in Process, Practice and Program | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
In this authentic and open discussion, Alisha Wenc and Naomi Clare Crellin will share stories of how Empathy has helped them drive innovation and mission in their work. Alisha will shed light on how her work to advance Women – whether in tech or business – has relied upon an empathetic approach to engaging stakeholders. Naomi will share audience insights from the uses and applications of the Empathy toolkit they use at Storycraft Lab.

Learner Outcomes: 

Frameworks for integrating Empathy in to your process – such as Empathy Mapping and Journey Mapping.
Practical methods for surveying, assessing and building stakeholder and community engagement.
Making the business case for power-skills – integrating Empathy into your programming.
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Dr Judith Orloff on why empathy makes us happier and the power of empaths | Metro News

Dr Judith Orloff on why empathy makes us happier and the power of empaths | Metro News | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
How is empathy linked to happiness?

Empathy is the key not only to the individual’s happiness but for the world’s happiness.

Choosing empathy over anger and fear generates a profound shift in our relationships, personally and globally. It catalyses a compassionate evolution of humankind and a hope for us getting along in more meaningful ways as individuals and as a planet.

I believe empathy will be the deciding factor between war and peace, between hatred and tolerance. We need to grow larger than our smaller selves and egos to be empathic in our lives.

Empathy is the game-changer. It is the trait that will ultimately save the world.
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Greater Empathy in Adolescents Helps Prevent Bias-based Cyberbullying

Greater Empathy in Adolescents Helps Prevent Bias-based Cyberbullying | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
While the topic has received widespread attention in the last decade, little is known about its relationship with empathy. Even less is known about how empathy is related to bias-based cyberbullying:  harm and abuse toward others because of one’s identity (e.g., race/ethnicity, gender or religion) – a phenomenon of increasing concern against the backdrop of rising hate speech and hate crimes across the nation.

A first-of-its-kind study led by Florida Atlantic University in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, explored the relationship between empathy and cyberbullying among early U.S. adolescents. Researchers were particularly interested in two types of empathy – affective and cognitive – and how they differed in children who cyberbullied. Affective empathy is generally automatic and an unconscious reaction where the feelings of another are felt and shared, while cognitive empathy involves an intentional placing of oneself in the position of another to identify their mental state and understand their emotions.
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Why empathy is a superpower in the world of work and beyond | Metro News

Why empathy is a superpower in the world of work and beyond | Metro News | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it

Me, an empath, sensing you might be interested in this article after clicking on it.

We’ve all seen the gentle ribbing of so-called ’empaths’, who declare they have such intense empathy that they carry it around like a weight, picking up the emotions and trauma of anyone with whom they cross paths.

 

That level of empathy – also known as being a highly sensitive person – isn’t a great thing to have.

But that’s not what we’re talking about today. Instead, we’re talking about a healthy level of empathy; an ability to understand where people are coming from and connecting with their experience.

 

That type of empathy can be powerful, says Mimi Nicklin, a globally recognised specialist in the topic, and it’s something the world needs more of.

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Best Empathy Training: Cohort 12.E: Module 1: Session 1 of 5

Best Empathy Training: Cohort 12.E: Module 1: Session 1 of 5
Cohort 12.E Landing Page: https://bit.ly/Cohort12E

Training Website: https://BestEmpathyTraining.com
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Empathy Circle Facilitator Training. Learn to facilitate an Empathy Circle.
There is limited space in each cohort, and all participants must check with trainers to be accepted into the training. The basics of facilitating an Empathy Circle are fairly easy, however, it is a life long learning to deepen the skills and build a more empathic way of being and culture.

Empathy Circle http://www.empathycircle.com/
1. What is an Empathy Circle? http://bit.ly/EC-WhatIs
2. Why Participate? http://bit.ly/EC-Benefits
3. How to Empathy Circle? http://bit.ly/EC-How
4. Empathy Circle Facilitator Training http://bit.ly/EC-Facilitate
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Gendlin's Focusing: Self-empathy, Caring Feeling Presence, as first step

This video teaches you self-love, self-empathy, self-nurturing as an essential attitude for change through Gendlin's Focusing. Fathers Pete Campbell and Ed McMahon of Biospiritual Focusing, www.biospiritual.org, created this exercise for bringing a Caring Feeling Presence to your own inner woundedness..."Imagine you have found an infant deserted on your hospital's stairway...show it, through your body, that it is totally safe and completely wanted..." Find your own Inner Nurturer and Inner Woundedness and bring them together. Sign up for free e-course on Gendlin's Focusing and Rogers' Empathic Listening at www.cefocusing.com.
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Workshop: Practicing Empathy  

Workshop: Practicing Empathy   | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
This workshop is all about empathy.

It's easy to fall into the trap of "fixing" rather than listening — or judging rather than empathizing — when people come to us with heavy emotions or problems.

When we miss opportunities for empathy, misunderstandings are common, people might feel unheard or invalidated, and often, feelings are hurt. This can strain relationships.

Empathy is an important skill for leadership, relationships, and mental wellness.

But what is empathy? And how do we get better at it?

Empathy is listening to understand, taking the perspective of another, staying out of judgment, and recognizing emotion in others & communicating that (thanks Brené Brown!).

And importantly, empathy is a skill that can be learned!

How do we learn it? Practice!
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Empathy Insight Paper Download a Copy

Empathy Insight Paper Download a Copy | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
At Stanton House, we believe that empathy is one of the most important skills any great leader can develop. It is a powerful contributor to the employee experience; improving communication and productivity and increasing employee engagement and retention.

We believe it is important for every organisation to foster a culture of empathy and inclusion. In this paper, we share the details of our own internal initiative, The Stanton House Empathy Series. We hope that by doing so, business leaders, hiring managers and talent partners will gain some deeper insight and practical suggestions for developing empathy across their teams.

If you are interested in using our concept, content and materials, please reach out to our Learning & Development Partner, Esther Boffey. We are happy to share more detail with you. 
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Change from Within: Empathy, Humanity, and Improving Police Response | The City Club of Cleveland | November 04, 2022

Change from Within: Empathy, Humanity, and Improving Police Response | The City Club of Cleveland | November 04, 2022 | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
Jackie knows that organizations can foster more empathy through cultural transformation and systems change from within, not training from the outside. So they created a new leadership model in District 4 and launched internal Innovation Teams, as well as the first employee engagement survey in the 160-year history of the police department. Top of the list in responses was a desire for increased community engagement, removal of tedious and repetitive paperwork, and a focus on officer mental health.

The result of the culture shift: Use of force decreased, citizen complaints were down, and officer transfers increased back into District 4. Now, three of the five districts are using the program.
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How Empathic People Can Set Effective, Loving Boundaries

How Empathic People Can Set Effective, Loving Boundaries | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
You’re a highly empathic person. You fully and intently listen to others. You tend to focus on others’ emotions, often feeling them more so than your own. In fact, it’s like you feel someone else’s pain deep inside your bones.

It’s that visceral.

And you frequently find yourself utterly exhausted because tending to others comes more naturally to you than tending to yourself, according to Joy Malek, a marriage and family therapist who specializes in working with people who are intuitive, empathic, creative and highly sensitive.
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How to Use the Empathic Process

How to Use the Empathic Process | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
The empathic process is a noteworthy style of communication. I developed an empathic process as a viable way for two people in a relationship, as well as families, to build a new pattern of dialogue that is both healthy and successful for everyone.

The empathic process
Find a neutral location, preferably the kitchen, which is the heart of the house and a place where alchemy happens, rather than someone’s office, bedroom, or place of power.
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“There’s no billing code for empathy” - Animated comics remind medical students of empathy: a qualitative study - PMC

“There’s no billing code for empathy” - Animated comics remind medical students of empathy: a qualitative study - PMC | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
Physician empathy is associated with improved diabetes outcomes. However, empathy declines throughout medical school training. This study seeks to describe how comics on diabetes affect learning processes for empathy in medical students.
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Greater empathy in adolescents helps prevent bias-based cyberbullying

Greater empathy in adolescents helps prevent bias-based cyberbullying | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
A first-of-its-kind study led by Florida Atlantic University in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, explored the relationship between empathy and cyberbullying among early U.S. adolescents. Researchers were particularly interested in two types of empathy – affective and cognitive – and how they differed in children who cyberbullied. Affective empathy is generally automatic and an unconscious reaction where the feelings of another are felt and shared, while cognitive empathy involves an intentional placing of oneself in the position of another to identify their mental state and understand their emotions.
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Empathy Circles | My thoughts about grassroots organizing - #2 

Empathy Circles | My thoughts about grassroots organizing - #2  | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
For today's suggested topic lets consider Empathy Circles. (Please see my previous diary in this series on my struggle with grassroots organizing at this link #1. And two additional diaries I did on Empathy Circles before I started this series: links #1 & #2)
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Why learning empathy and social skills can be child’s play

Why learning empathy and social skills can be child’s play | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
After all, empathy plays a key role in predicting kids’ well-being, academic success, authentic happiness, relationship satisfaction, as well as their ability to have resilience and bounce back from adversity. And as bullying and prejudice plague kids (and adults) the world over, how we could all benefit from an antidote of empathy.

The study investigated the importance of what kids say while they play and found an increased use of language used by children about others’ thoughts and emotions during doll play. When compared to tablet play, this form of pretend play when playing alone showed more signs of internal state language (ISL), meaning that when children create imaginary worlds and role play with dolls, they communicated more about others’ thoughts, emotions, and perspectives – putting themselves in the shoes of others.
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Too Much Empathy Is Damaging: 3 Ways To Get The Balance Right

Too Much Empathy Is Damaging: 3 Ways To Get The Balance Right | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
There’s a lot of focus on empathy today, and empathy is a good thing, right? Mostly, yes. But it’s also possible for empathy to go too far, or for it to motivate the wrong kinds of actions and decisions. The key is to get the balance right—with plenty of empathy at the right times and informing the best outcomes—but not so much that it damages you, others or the community.

Clarifying Empathy
It’s important to start with clarity about empathy—that it has tremendous benefits which have been proven for people and business. From greater innovation and better leadership to increased engagement and work satisfaction, there is plenty to celebrate.
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Dr Judith Orloff on why empathy makes us happier and the power of empaths 

Dr Judith Orloff on why empathy makes us happier and the power of empaths  | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
Judith Orloff is a psychiatrist on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty, a New York Times bestselling author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People and has been called ‘the godmother of the empath movement’.

Empath? A term that has become popular in recent years to describe ‘highly sensitive people’ who have a higher than normal degree of empathy, the theory being that some children are born with a neurological makeup that can make them more sensitive, and more open to external stimuli than the general population.

Judith’s new book Affirmations for Empaths: A Year of Guided Journaling aims to support empaths to create happier, healthier lives.

‘Words and beliefs contain energy,’ Dr Orloff tells Metro.co.uk. ‘Affirmations are energy shifters. They let you say no to any thoughts, habits, or beliefs that don’t serve you.’

Here, we chat with Judith about how empathy can make you and the world happier – but only if you learn how to support yourself in the right way.
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 Finding Empathy In The Workplace

 Finding Empathy In The Workplace | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy Can Heal Ongoing Workplace Discrimination

How do we build a skill like empathy between colleagues from diverse backgrounds? What about colleagues who sit on opposing ends of the political spectrum or hold different religious beliefs? In order for our workplaces to heal and move forward, we need to teach the skills that allow empathy to flourish and connection to naturally progress.

Why is empathy worth cultivating in workplace culture? Empathy is fundamental to a foundational understanding of the requirements for others' success—customers and our colleagues alike.
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What is Empathy? Mary Gordon - Roots of Empathy Founder

Roots of Empathy Founder/President describes what empathy means and why it is so important.

Mary Gordon is an award-winning social entrepreneur, educator, best-selling author, parenting expert, and child advocate who has created an international children’s charity, Roots of Empathy (ROE). To learn more about Mary Gordon's work, visit our website:

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Empathy in business: 3 win-win strategies for your customers.

Empathy in business: 3 win-win strategies for your customers. | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy in business is more than just a trend praised by influencers and self-help gurus. This powerful concept, when used strategically, helps retailers and companies plant seeds for a continuous bumper crop of loyal brand ambassadors while also growing business.

Here are 3 strategies rooted in empathy to benefit your customers and business equally.

Empathy in business, what is it?
Empathy is the ability to understand the thoughts and feelings of another person and comprehend their point of view. Applying empathy in business means you can genuinely relate to customers, teammates, or partners because you’ve had similar experiences—directly or indirectly.

A better understanding of customers translates to better service and sales, resulting in company growth; it’s a win-win.
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Empathy Circles | My thoughts about grassroots organizing - #1

Empathy Circles | My thoughts about grassroots organizing - #1 | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it

So, a few months ago I decided to visit an Empathy Circle Cafe and do a series of Monday Street Prophets diaries on the process.  What started out as just fact finding has now changed as I’m having a new bit of optimism and idealistic enthusiasm that I once had when I was just starting out on my political adventure and wrote that optimistic blog post about Empathy, Politics, and Activism #1 a long time ago.'

I started out this diary by promising the good, the bad, and the ugly.  And I will deliver on that promise, but it is complex and I will save it for next week and the following weeks. Before closing let me mention two good things that came out of my experienc

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Telemedicine and rheumatology: Where is empathy in the digital encounter?

Enter the digital visit, which, as our discussants point out, offers many advantages and efficiencies but so clearly and literally has increased both the physical distance as well as potentially the existential distance between the dyad of practitioner and patient. I have written in these editorials many times regarding the power of empathy in clinical practice as a force that not only brings a higher level of satisfaction to the encounter, but also may contribute to the healing of illness.
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Virtual reality boosts students' empathy for nature

Virtual reality boosts students' empathy for nature | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
But your experience does not end when the headset comes off. From a sensory perspective, the dangers you faced while embodying a turtle threatened you. As a result, you increased your empathy for loggerheads, your understanding of environmental threats and your motivation to protect the species and its habitat, according to a study published in Scientific Reports.

“Plenty of people are moved to tears after experiencing a [VR] boat strike or having to abandon their clutch of eggs,” Daniel Pimentel, one of the study’s co-authors, said in an email sent from a research vessel in the Pacific Ocean. He explained that it is easier for humans to empathize with a single victim rather than a group. “When it’s many, we are less capable of inferring the group’s emotional state, and we can identify less with the collective suffering, which can lead to desensitization.”
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How to be a more empathetic leader, and why | Business Chief North America

How to be a more empathetic leader, and why | Business Chief North America | Empathy Movement Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is not a nice to have anymore, it’s now a must. Understand your team members, to enable them to be their best, be more fulfilled, to collaborate better with others. You will find that your team is more invested in the company’s success and in helping other team members because they feel they matter. Not only will it improve efficiency, but it will also improve talent retention, which as we know can be terribly costly and disruptive for any business.

According to Forbes, 76% of millennial employees will leave a company if they don’t feel appreciated, that’s a staggeringly high rate and I can imagine a similar figure will be true for Gen Z employees.
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