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Emotional CPR with Dr. Daniel Fisher

Bear Psychology Podcast

Release Date: 01/28/2019

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In this episode Dr. Baranowsky engages with guest speakers Dr. Daniel Fisher and Shontelle Prokipcak, proponents of the E-CPR approach to building real, human connections, strong communities, and a broader life.  

Emotional-CPR

Emotional CPR (“E-CPR”) stands for Connection, emPowering, and Revilatizing. It is a meaningful new approach for dealing with crisis and emotional struggles that was developed by Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Fisher. Using this approach people can learn how to connect with individuals and help them work through their trauma. Dr. Fisher’s approach comes from the belief that ‘everyday emotions are tiny revelations’ and when listeners are present for those revelations it allows them to build emotional connections and support each other. For more information on the use of this method or Dr. Fisher’s work, please visit www.emotional-CPR.org

Dr. Fisher also wrote a book entitled ‘Heartbeats of Hope: The Empowerment Way to Recover’ in which he discusses his personal journey and the profound impact that E-CPR has had on his practice. You can find it on Amazon here.

The second guest speaker on this episode is Shontelle Prokipcak of MHASO a clinician who brought the training to the Ottawa region in October 2018. She works with Mental Health & Addiction Services of Ottawa (MHASO). For more information on her practice, you can follow this link.

Watch the E-CPR video for more details.

 

Radio show was aired on Realityradio101.com on Thursday, August 30, 2018