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(Boukydis 1983)

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Publication: Issues in Radical Therapy, Vol 10(4), 1982, 28-32.
Authors:   Kathy Boukydis (McQuire), Zach Boukydis,
Date:   1982,
Affiliation(s):  Center for Supportive Community

Abstract:   
Presents the Changes listening community model as a way for teaching 2 skills: listening and focusing.  
These skills may be used for personal growth, helping others, and resolving conflicts in relationships and groups. The model relies on the exchange of peer counseling turns and provides an alternative to traditional psychotherapy. The practice of these skills and their use in interpersonal processing and consensual decision-making are discussed.

Topic Area:
 (In which field / sector / perspective was this study conducted?)

General public


Definition:
(How was empathy defined?)

Benefits:
(Were any benefits of empathy mentioned?)


Methods:
 (What were the methods used to train empathy?)
  • peer to peer empathic listening in groups
  • peer to peer  focusing with groups

Target Group:  
(Who participated in this study / training?)

general public living, work and political action.

Measurements
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About the assessment: How was the change in empathy measured before/after the intervention/method?) 


Result:
(What was the result?)



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Notes: 
(Any other relevant information)

mentions 
  • Listening 
  • Empathic listening, Carl Rogers
  • Focusing - Genlin
  • Nonviolent communications - Rosenberg
  • reevaluation counseling.


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