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Social Empathy

Elizabeth A. Segal.

in Encyclopedia of Social Work

P ublished online August 2014 .

Article. Subjects: Practical Ethics; Human Behaviour and the Social Environment; Social Justice and Human Rights. 8111 words.

This entry defines and explains the concept and trait of social empathy and the relationship to interpersonal empathy. Both concepts are explained using the latest cognitive neuroscience...

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Conceptualising and Measuring Empathy

Karen E. Gerdes, Elizabeth A. Segal and Cynthia A. Lietz.

in The British Journal of Social Work

October 2010; p ublished online March 2010 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 6388 words.

The purpose of this article is to briefly review the most influential existing literature on conceptualizing and measuring empathy. In addition, we consider a second, highly salient body of...

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empathy

John Harris and Vicky White.

in A Dictionary of Social Work and Social Care

January 2013; p ublished online May 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social Work. 66 words.

The ability to imagine oneself in the position of another person and to be able to understand how the other

empathy

John Harris and Vicky White.

in A Dictionary of Social Work and Social Care

January 2018; p ublished online March 2018 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social Work. 71 words.

The ability to imagine oneself in the position of another person and to be able to understand how the other

The Role of Empathy in Burnout, Compassion Satisfaction, and Secondary Traumatic Stress among Social Workers

M. Alex Wagaman, Jennifer M. Geiger, Clara Shockley and Elizabeth A. Segal.

in Social Work

July 2015; p ublished online May 2015 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 5497 words.

Social workers are at risk for experiencing burnout and secondary traumatic stress (STS) as a result of the nature of their work and the contexts within which they work. Little attention...

Maintenance of the Effect of Training in Communication Skills: A Controlled Follow-Up Study of Level of Communicated Empathy

PER NERDRUM.

in The British Journal of Social Work

October 1997; p ublished online October 1997 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 0 words.

The long-term effectiveness of a communication skills course was tested in a controlled study of two matched groups of social work students. The program group participated in a 50-hour...

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A CONCEPTUAL MODEL TRANSLATING INTERGENERATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND EMPATHY INTO THE WORKPLACE

in The Gerontologist

November 2016; p ublished online November 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Geriatric Medicine; Biological Sciences; Psychology; Care of the Elderly; Gerontology and Ageing. 276 words.

Encouraging Professional Growth among Social Work Students through Literature Assignments: Narrative Literature's Capacity to Inspire Professional Growth and Empathy

Linda M. Turner.

in The British Journal of Social Work

July 2013; p ublished online March 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 7346 words.

Narrative literature is used to teach a variety of social work subjects; however, there are few studies that examine the impact on students. This article describes an assignment requiring...

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STUDYING ADULT AGE DIFFERENCES IN EMPATHIC ABILITIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN AN OLD FIELD OF STUDY

in The Gerontologist

November 2016; p ublished online November 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Geriatric Medicine; Biological Sciences; Psychology; Care of the Elderly; Gerontology and Ageing. 189 words.

DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL REALITY-EXPERIENCE TO IMPROVE EMPATHY IN CAREGIVERS OF PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA

in The Gerontologist

November 2016; p ublished online November 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Geriatric Medicine; Biological Sciences; Psychology; Care of the Elderly; Gerontology and Ageing. 248 words.

warmth

John Harris and Vicky White.

in A Dictionary of Social Work and Social Care

January 2013; p ublished online May 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social Work. 33 words.

One of the three qualities (the other two being empathy and genuineness) that the American therapist Carl Rogers regarded as

warmth

John Harris and Vicky White.

in A Dictionary of Social Work and Social Care

January 2018; p ublished online March 2018 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social Work. 35 words.

One of the three qualities (the other two being *empathy and genuineness) that the American therapist Carl Rogers (

Professionals' Double Exposure in the Shared Traumatic Reality of Wartime: Contributions to Professional Growth and Stress

Nehami Baum.

in The British Journal of Social Work

December 2014; p ublished online June 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 7172 words.

Professionals working in shared traumatic realities—that is, in disasters in their home communities—are doubly exposed: as individuals and as professionals. This study examines the impact...

The Supervision of Child Protection Work

ALAN RUSHTON and JACK NATHAN.

in The British Journal of Social Work

June 1996 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 0 words.

It has frequently been recommended that statutory child protection services in Great Britain need greater provision of specialist supervision to support front line social workers. This...

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Locating Emotional Intelligence at the Heart of Social Work Practice

Richard Ingram.

in The British Journal of Social Work

July 2013; p ublished online April 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 6766 words.

This paper considers the concept of emotional intelligence in relation to social work practice. An overview of the concept of emotional intelligence is offered to establish key aspects and...

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Incorporating Spirituality into Social Work Practice with Migrants

Miriam George and Vanessa Ellison.

in The British Journal of Social Work

September 2015; p ublished online April 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 6931 words.

The world has become a more pluralistically, spiritual society due to globalisation and the influx of migrants to new countries. These changes beckon social workers, especially those who...

The Impacts of Acculturative Stress and Social Competence on the Mental Health of Mainland Chinese Immigrant Youth in Hong Kong

Daniel Fu Keung Wong, Debbie Lam, Phyllis Yan and Marion Hung.

in The British Journal of Social Work

October 2004; p ublished online October 2004 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 0 words.

Attempts were made to examine migration stressors, social competence, and mental health status of immigrant youth in Hong Kong and to examine the effects of social competence on stress and...

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Vicarious Trauma Redefining PTSD

Ginny Sprang.

in Social Work

P ublished online May 2018 .

Article. Subjects: Social Work. 8830 words.

Vicarious trauma occurs when individuals are exposed indirectly to the direct trauma experienced by others, usually through sensory contact with graphic, traumatic content. This indirect...

Breaking the Rules: A Group Work Perspective on Focus Group Research

MARCIA B. COHEN and KENDRA J. GARRETT.

in The British Journal of Social Work

June 1999; p ublished online June 1999 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 0 words.

SUMMARY

Focus groups, originally used in fields such as marketing and consumer research, are rapidly gaining popularity as a research methodology in the...

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Constructing social work identity based on the reflexive self

D Miehls and K Moffatt.

in The British Journal of Social Work

June 2000; p ublished online June 2000 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Social Work. 0 words.

In this article, the social work identity is conceptualized based on concepts of the self (Benjamin, 1995; Foucault, 1988), rather than concepts associated with ego psychology. Social work...

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