Free Empathy Workshops
Empathy is an important aspect of human interaction and relationships. It allows us to understand and relate to the feelings and experiences of others, which can lead to stronger connections, greater understanding, and more effective communication.
We often think of empathy as one person understanding the emotions of another, but we miss out on empathy for ourselves now, for who we once were and how it feels when others empathize with us. Empathy is particularly important in the areas of parenting, the workplace, and in supporting survivors of trauma.
These workshops will provide individuals with the tools and knowledge they need to better understand and connect with others. The three workshops in the series focus on empathy in parenting, empathy in the workplace, and empathy for survivors of trauma. Our aim is to provide valuable insights and practical strategies for improving communication and relationships in these important areas of life.
Whether you are a parent, a professional, or a supporter of survivors of trauma, these workshops can help you develop the empathy skills that will help you improve yourself and help you make a positive impact on the lives of those around you.
The workshops last for 60 minutes on Zoom and are free of charge.
For more information or to reserve your spot email Ryan at [email protected]
Parenting is hard: How to use empathy to feel less overwhelmed and more effective
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My Coworker is a Jerk! Using empathy to help you manage workplace conflict
This event took place on March 15, 2023 – Presentation coming soon
Sometimes people are just hard to work with and it can get under our skin. What’s worse is that it can place us in a terrible mood when working with other people or we carry that frustration into our friendships and with our loved ones. Come learn some tools in empathy to help keep you grounded, manage yourself in conflicts and move past conflicts when they are done. Fill out the form and we’ll send you a link to the presentation when it’s ready.
Building Trust: Using empathy to stay connected after sexual assault
April 12, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Trust is an important aspect in relationships after a sexual assault. Do I trust myself anymore? Do I trust others? Am I safe right now? It is hard, but different empathy tools can help ground your thoughts and emotions and re-establish how you can feel safe again in your relationships. This workshop is designed for victims of sexual assault and their friends/family. You can register today using the form on this page.
Your Group Facilitator
Ryan helps people better understand their current and past relationships so that they can improve their present selves. He’s helped clients navigate family issues, work issues, and traumatic events. His work focuses on how emotions are communicated, used, and managed to drive connection or disconnection. He has a PsyD from George Washington University.
Questions? Email him at [email protected]
We are currently accepting appointments for new clients. Contact us today about finding a psychotherapist who is a fit for you.