empathically


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empathically

[ˌempəˈθetɪkəlɪ] ADVcon comprensión, con empatía
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For example, one graduate student spoke of feeling pulled in many different directions and expressed the impossibility of being empathically attuned to 26 or more children at a time.
For example, in weekly consultation group meetings, the research assistants explored thei r discomfort about asking participants specific questions about race, culture, gender, and class; they confronted their own hidden biases; and they role-played using alternative approaches to addressing these issues empathically.
S]uffering has a use; it helps push away the old skin, surely not empathically flexible enough, still clinging to our ankles," she asserts (SRT, 287).
On the metaphorical level, his text is an allegory of immersive reading, where the reader imagines himself as part of the story, empathically entering the undefined character that the killer plans to murder.
Empathically adept couples "had no clue" that they read each other's minds so well, he adds.
The goal of the white paper was to provide clinicians with concrete, practical suggestions to help them communicate more effectively and empathically with patients.
The importance of responding empathically has been documented for centuries and continues to be discussed by mental health professionals today.
In the meantime, such divine happiness as is our portion down here enables us increasingly to listen empathically to one another (whether the guilty anguish of a Luther or a Calvin or the more optimistic, self-affirmative orientation of a Charry) and trust that there may be a kind of validity in the other's journey that can enrich us all on our walk together.
The ideal is always to raise the subject as honestly, empathically and authentically as you can.
Using theatrical techniques can help clinicians communicate more empathically at a level the patient can appreciate and understand.
When patients are suspected of having MST, the best approach is to ask directly and empathically," Dr.
If the woman discounts or challenges the information, the clinician uses the MI techniques of working with ambivalence and responds empathically.