- June 20, 2020
-- Emily Empathy teaches kids to practice the art of empathy by noticing hints in the behaviors of others to learn what they are thinking and feeling. Written by a physician, Emily Empathy's story is designed to be read with young children and toddlers to develop their emotional intelligence. This book includes a catchy, rhyming story and empathy-building exercises so children can practice identifying emotions and providing support to those who are feeling down. By developing these skills, kids will learn how to empathize, play nicely, form strong friendships, and build a stronger foundation of mental health.ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Nicholas J. Nissen, M.D. is an American physician, speaker, and author. He is a practicing clinician, the Chief Content Officer at Med School Mastery, and author of The Physician's Guide, a book on medical school admissions strategy for pre-medical students. He presents on topics ranging from medical school admissions to mental health and the biomedical sciences. He and his wife live in Boston, Massachusetts.
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