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Being able to put oneself in someone else’s shoes is a critical skill believed to be fundamental to a thriving society and the survival of the human species. Young children have a heightened capacity for empathy, provided they are given the opportunity to observe this skill in others, and to safely practice it in interactions with their significant others.
In this 90min webinar, participants will learn how to use conversations to strengthen young children’s innate propensity for empathy. Participants will also learn about the key scientific neuroscience and psychological evidence pointing to Active Empathic Listening (AEL) as a powerful practice to teach empathy in the early years and beyond.
AEL supports the optimal development of children while contributing to the growth of compassionate, open-minded, and respectful individuals that possess the socio-emotional skills required to thrive in their personal and professional lives and positively contribute to society at large.
Certificates of participation will be provided to those who complete the live webinar.