“Empathic Communication” - Free to Download Tomorrow (01/12/2015)
Lisbeth Holter Brudal introduces her newly-translated version of her book, “Empathic Communication: The Missing Link”. This is a book tackles how we relate to each-other through empathy and communication. Empathy - the ability to recognize other people’s feelings and intentions - is an innate ability. To communicate - to participate in dialogue, seek contact, and engage in interaction with others - is an innate need. There is strong evidence that the ability to empathize is partially linked to a specific type of nerve cells in the brain, called “mirror neurons.” Neurobiological research shows that our mirror neurons make it possible for us to replicate and recognize other people’s feelings and intentions. The cells also affect our capacity for self-reflection. The innate potential for empathy can be developed early in through the caregiver’s ability to communicate, build a relationship, and meet the child’s inner need for contact. The book describes a special communication tool, empathic communication, built on this understanding of communication.
“Empathic Communication” will expand your ability to understand and care for the ones you love the most. It tackles difficult conversations in the event of a loss or a tragic change in the lives of others. This book allows you to respond in empathy and dissolve confusion created by communication barriers.
Lisbeth Holter Brudal’s “Empathic Communication” will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (01/12/2015 – 01/16/2015) at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PA0SWB4. “Empathic Communication” has a 5 star rating on Amazon.com. Here’s what some people are saying:
“As the current owner of a child care center, I was quite intrigued by the author’s content on empathetic communication as it applied to young children. This particular statement she made really hit home for me…“With Empathic Communication, we can say that through a process characterized by mutual mirroring and dialogue, we can work toward an understanding of what another person understands by recognizing that person’s feelings and intentions in ourselves. This very recognition leads to a sense of belonging and equality.” The information provided in this book is extremely useful not only in my profession, but in dealing with so many situations in life. Based on the positive nature of this book, and the practical concepts outlined, I have no hesitation in recommending it to others!” – Kevin A. Crane
“This is a deeply detailed look into empathic communication. I found myself nodding a lot (my wife asked me why I was doing it as I was unaware) because so much of this made lightbulbs go off in my head. If you need scientific proof the author offers lots of quoted studies allowing you to dive even further into specific topics. What really helped me was the actual example on the use of empathic communication in Chapter 4.” – James Irwin
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About The Author:
Lisbeth F.K. Holter Brudal graduated as a psychologist in 1964. She has a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo (PhD.), specialising in clinical psychology. She is married to psychologist Paul Jan Brudal, who is a specialist in clinical psychology and an author. They have two children and five grandchildren.
For several years, Brudal was a lecturer and assistant professor at the Institute of Psychology at the University of Oslo. In 1985 she founded the Institute of Tocology (the study of birth) and Family Psychology, she remained head of the institute until 2011. The institute has at times had four affiliated psychologists, focusing especially on the treatment of people in crisis. For many years the institute collaborated with the university’s Institute of Psychology in the areas of guidance and teaching of students.
Brudal is especially known for having developed a separate area within psychology: Birth Psychology. In the context of this pioneering work she has done research on men’s psychological reactions associated with pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal care.
Lisbeth F.K. Holter Brudal is also a pioneer in the field of communication, having developed a tool for communication - Empathic Communication (EC). She has published a series of films about this tool and its usage. Brudal is known for her versatile professional profile and has written 16 books and several articles on subjects such as birth psychology, psychological crises, psychopathy, dreams, consciousness, positive psychology and empathy. The books have been translated into several languages, including Russian. She has also written a novel.
Lisbeth F.K. Holter Brudal has been awarded with the King’s Medal of Merit in Gold in 2011, she won the media prize from The Norwegian Psychological Association in 2007 and won the prize from “Birth in Focus” in 1995.
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