Building Empathy Through Reading
BUILDING EMPATHY THROUGH READING By Kenzi Dirks, M.A., R.C.C.   “We really emphasize saying sorry,” a concerned foster mother said to me, “when Milo hurts someone we always make him apologize.” “How is that working?” I inquired, genuinely curious. “I don’t think he means it,” she responded. Children who have experienced complex trauma can have ...
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Kenzi Dirks

Kenzi has a background in systemic family therapy and is a registered member of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. Kenzi recently moved to the UK with her hubby and enjoys seeing people who once felt stuck experience growth. As an Educational Assistant, she worked for seven years with children who have attention difficulties or who are on the autism spectrum.

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