Exploring empathy and well-being with Dr. Hannah Bayne
In our latest Wellness Talk, Dr. Hannah Bayne discussed empathy and the impact it has on our health and well-being. Bayne is an assistant professor in UF’s School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education, and is interested in research and teaching related to empathy development.
Watch the recording: https://wellness.hr.ufl.edu/wellness-library/empathy-and-well-being/.
Listen to the podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/
Additional resources you can explore include:
- How to be More Empathetic, a New York Times article exploring strategies to develop and practice empathy: https://www.nytimes.com/guides/year-of-living-better/how-to-be-more-empathetic.
- UF’s Employee Assistance Program, for UF employees and their household members: https://eap.ufl.edu/.
- Supportive Gators, a program designed to improve social, emotional and mental health outcomes for those affected by social isolation and loneliness: https://wellness.hr.ufl.edu/initiatives/programs/supportive-gators/.