Eve Ekman, PhD, MSW
The Alchemy of Empathy: Transforming Stress into Meaning at Work
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What You'll Learn
Learn about the three different levels of burnout, and look at how the relationship between burnout and empathy can lead to compassion
Go beyond labeling emotions as "positive" or "negative" and explore emotion as a process that helps us do what we need to do next
Hear interesting and surprising data from Eve's research on emotions and burnout among healthcare professionals, and see the effectiveness of wellbeing intervention programs in systems facing high rates of clinician stress
About Eve Ekman, PhD, MSW
Eve Ekman is a Senior Fellow at the University of California Berkeley Greater Good Science Center, Director of Cultivating Emotional Balance Training Program and volunteer clinical faculty at the UCSF Department of Pediatrics. She is contemplative social scientist and teacher in the fields of emotional awareness and burnout prevention. She draws on advanced training and life experiences in clinical social work, integrative medicine research, and contemplative meditation practices and science. Eve is a second generation emotion researcher and has had meaningful collaborations with her father, renowned emotion researcher Dr. Paul Ekman. Their most recent project, The Atlas of Emotions, is an online visual tool to teach emotional awareness, a project commissioned and supported by the Dalai Lama. Eve is a founding teacher for Cultivating Emotional Balance, an evidenced based training committed to utilizing the experience of emotion as a path for developing the happiness of being for ourselves and in relationship to others.