These days, hatred and conflict seem to be everywhere, from conversations around our dinner tables to interactions with total strangers. How can we come together to replace prejudice and generalization with understanding and unity?
Clinical psychologist and author Dr. Arthur P. Ciaramicoli believes the answer lies in empathy and understanding. Before we can address conflict on a global scale, however, we must first understand where our own prejudices and ideas stem from.
In this episode, Suzanne and Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli discuss how we can heal our wounds and foster understanding. Dr. Ciaramicoli talks about highlights from his most recent book, America Reunited, why empathy is so important, how to find common ground with others, and much more.
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Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
Dr. Arthur P. Ciaramicoli is a clinical psychologist who has been in practice for more than 35 years. Dr. Ciaramicoli has served on the faculty at Harvard Medical School, as the Chief Psychologist at Metrowest Medical Center, and as the director of the Metrowest Counseling Center and the Alternative Medicine division of Metrowest Wellness Center in Farmington, Massachusetts. Dr. Ciaramicoli is currently on faculty at the IAWP. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Massachusetts Psychological Association. Dr. Ciaramicoli is currently in private practice.
Dr. Ciaramicoli appears as an expert on programs like CNN, CNNfx, Fox News, Good Morning America Weekend, along with many other television and radio shows. He is the author of several books including, America Reunited: A Relational Solution to Bridging the Political, Social and Personal Chasm Dividing Our Nation (2021), The Power of Empathy: A Practical Guide to Creating Intimacy, Self-understanding, and Lasting Love in Your Life (2021), The Stress Solution: Using Empathy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Anxiety and Develop Resilience (2016), and more.