Empathy and Social Competence Training

Prepare Curriculum Implementation Guide
8.5x11
Pages: 178
ISBN: 9780878226788
Item Number: 5673

$29.99

New Prosocially Yours podcasts featuring Prepare Curriculum Implementation Guides co-editors Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver. See below.

Reproducible forms and handouts for this title are available on our downloads page.

Edited by Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver, this and other Prepare Curriculum Implementation Guides are intended to further Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein’s seminal work, The Prepare Curriculum: Teaching Prosocial Competencies. In conjunction with Dr. Goldstein’s Prepare Curriculum, the guides describe and give direction to the continued expansion of Prepare methods, offering practitioners coherent, evidence-based approaches for enhancing the social, emotional, and decision-making abilities of adolescents and younger children.

Shown below are two episodes of Prosocially Yours, a podcast produced by Research Press. One episode features co-editor Mark Amedola and the second podcast features co-editor Dr. Robert Oliver. For Research Press, host Elizabeth Hess interviews both editors about their work and their work with Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein, psychologist and author of The Prepare Curriculum, creator of Skillstreaming and developer of key principles in Aggression Replacement Training.

Book Review

“These manuals are thoroughly researched and crisply written. The authors and editors present an excellent understanding of group dynamics and propose very stable curricula. Though highly structured, both novice and seasoned professionals will find the manuals instructive, serious, and doable.”

—Alison Hahn Johnson, MSSW, LCSW, LMFT
Social Work With Groups

Foreword by Larry K. Brendtro
Preface by Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver
Introduction: About the Prepare Curriculum by Clive R. Hollin
Part 1: Theoretical Foundation and Program Overview
Part 2: Empathy and Social Competence Training Lessons
Lesson 1: The Problem Situation
Lesson 2: What Is Empathy?
Lesson 3: Attending and Nonattending Behavior
Lesson 4: Identifying Your Feelings
Lesson 5: Ten Years from Now
Lesson 6: Increasing Feelings Vocabulary
Lesson 7: Range of Feelings
Lesson 8: Introduction to HEARS
Lesson 9: The “H” of HEARS: Hold the Correct Posture
Lesson 10: The “E” of HEARS: Eye Contact
Lesson 11: The “A” of HEARS: Assess the Person’s Feelings Correctly—Part 1
Lesson 12: The “A” of HEARS: Assess the Person’s Feelings Correctly—Part 2
Lesson 13: The “R” of HEARS: Respond with Your Face Appropriately
Lesson 14: The “S” of HEARS: Say the Person’s Feelings in Your Own Words—Part 1
Lesson 15: The “S” of HEARS: Say the Person’s Feelings in Your Own Words—Part 2
Lesson 16: Practicing the HEARS Model
Lesson 17: “I” Statements
Lesson 18: Trust Accounts
Appendix: Empathy and Social Competence Training Fidelity Form

Reproducible forms and handouts for this title are available on our downloads page.

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