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How Might We Build a Culture of Empathy and Compassion?
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Index: Panel 011:  Nurturing Empathy in the home: Attachment and Reflective Capacity
Date:  2012-07-26
 

Panel 11: Nurturing Empathy in the Home: Attachment and Reflective Capacity

 


Panelists:

   
  Elle McSharry    
    Elle works as a life and business coach and has over 10 years experience
in the field of Health and Well-Being. Her background includes work as both an interventionist and educator in Infant Mental Health.

Currently, she collaborates with entrepreneurs and leaders in effective online promotion of their work and assists individuals to operate at their maximum personal potential."

   
  Kim Beuhlman
    Kim has worked as a mental health therapist and consultant for 20 years. She has worked in the fields of both education and psychology most of her career. Her background includes work as an interventionist and teacher in child development and counseling couples, families and individuals. Currently, she collaborates with teachers and parents in coming up with a guidance plan to meet the social and emotional needs of children in Head Start and working with couples.
       
  Sarah Schumacher
    Sarah has been an Early Childhood Educator since 1996, working with young children, parents, and educators in the home and the community. She currently works part time as an Infant Mental Health Consultant providing support and guidance to childcare centers, foster programs, and Early Head Start staff.
       
  Edwin Rutsch
    Convener:  Edwin Rutsch is founding director of the Center for Building a Culture of Empathy. See his full Bio here.

 

       


Discussion Transcript and Outline:

  • 00:00 Introduction

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