Please provide me a list of additional keywords or job titles related to empathy building or empathy research
For this request, a list of additional keywords relating to empathy building, empathy, or empathy research were found and are listed below. In addition, jobs that rely heavily on empathy, empathy building, or research into empathy, have also been found and listed.
Empathy is defined as the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experiences of another person without these having been directly and explicitly communicated. It is a skill that most people possess to some degree. Low empathy has been linked with bullying and antisocial behavior.
Keywords and Phrases
Several keywords and phrases were found that relate to the specified terms. These keywords were found via Google Scholar by searching for the terms ‘empathy building’ or ‘empathy research’. Articles had these terms in the titles then had keywords extracted from them. As empathy is generally used and defined in a psychological context, many of the keywords relate to the field of psychology and the effects that empathy has.
These keywords and phrases were: bullying behavior (relating to low empathy), counseling, psychotherapy, social psychology, developmental psychology, sympathy, empathic process, empathy interventions, social psychology, role model, communication, narrative skills, and stress management.
Job Titles and Positions
Several jobs were found that use empathy in the course of their work or conduct research on empathy. Empathy is beneficial for communication skills and jobs were relating to, or connecting to, another person. Strong empathy skills may also be an advantage in these jobs. These positions were found by using ‘empathy’ as a keyword for relevant job postings. Articles were also sourced that spoke of empathy being a key trait for a position.
These jobs include: a social worker, case manager, psychologist, counselor, therapist, educator, clinician, teacher, researcher, or general health professional.
Empathy is considered a vital component of communication and has attracted increased attention in recent years. In the classroom, empathy can benefit educators by strengthening community between students, building a positive culture in the classroom, and preparing students for leadership roles. For psychologists and counselors, empathy with patients is essential for cementing their personal and professional relationship. Most patients believe that their psychologist’s/counselor’s empathy is a benefit to them, and it increases trust, self-understanding, and happiness.
In general health care, empathy between a doctor and patient builds trust in general, which in turn increases patient satisfaction and their compliance with doctors’ recommendations and treatments.
Overall, empathy building and empathy research is highly relevant to the field of psychology and many of the keywords reflect this. It is also relevant to communication and narrative skills, as well as stress management and sympathy. Empathy is important in numerous fields when working with other people such as a social worker, medical professional, or educator. In these fields, empathy is important for bonding with others and forming trust.