Keeran

Trainer Certification Course in Empathy

Instructor:
 president of the College of Mental Health Counselling at www.ctihalifax.com

Certification allows the holder to conduct empathy education on a fee-for-service basis, using this course outline and text. The sole requirement of certification is satisfactory completion of the course. On completion, the participant receives the Certificate of Trainer in Empathy and the designation of Certified Empathy Trainer (CET).

Objectives:
  • 1. To assist the healthy development of emotional awareness and empathy.
  • 2. To assist the ability to defend the views of your perceived opponent.
  • 3. To expand the influence of the Course in Empathy.

Course Text:

Topics:
  • 1. Introduction: What is Empathy?
  • 2. Exercise One: Building Your Emotion Vocabulary
  • 3. Exercise Two: Distinguishing Emotions and Thoughts
  • 4. Exercise Three: Making Sentences for Empathy
  • 5. Exercise Four: Role Reversal
  • 6. Exercise Five: Doubling
  • 7. Exercise Six: Listening with Empathy
  • 8. Exercise Seven: Becoming Another Character
  • 9. Exercise Eight: Understanding the Story
  • 10. Exercise Nine: Imagine Emotions of a Historical Character
  • 11. Exercise Ten: Having Empathy for Anger
Tuition: $200 (USD)

Empathy Education: Becoming More Human
Ten practical exercises to increase empathic ability in children and adults




Empathy Education
Daniel Keeran, MSW
"President, College of Mental Health Counselling, Canada
In this concise volume, the author describes ten practical exercises to enable the development of empathy and thereby aid the transformation of the self and the community. It is hoped the user will create ways to improve these approaches, and the vitality of the movement will be sustained.
  • Introduction: What Is Empathy?
  • Exercise One: Building Your Emotion Vocabulary
  • Exercise Two: Distinguishing Emotions and Thoughts
  • Exercise Three: Making Sentences for Empathy
  • Exercise Four: Role Reversal
  • Exercise Five: Doubling
  • Exercise Six: Listening with Empathy
  • Exercise Seven: Becoming Another Character
  • Exercise Eight: Understanding the Story
  • Exercise Nine: Imagine the Emotions of a Historical"


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