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  • Recent publications about the effectiveness of eCPR Myers, A. L., Collins-Pisano, C., Ferron, J. C., & Fortuna, K. L. (2021). Feasibility and preliminary effectiveness of a peer-developed and virtually delivered community mental health training program (emotional CPR): pre-post study. Journal of Participatory Medicine, 13(1), e25867. Myers, A. L., Mbao, M., Kadakia,

    Published On: June 5, 20246.9 min read
  • A study published in April 2021 found that eCPR may increase feelings of belonging while increasing supportive behaviors toward individuals with mental health problems and improving clinical outcomes related to positive and negative affect and feelings of loneliness. Statistically significant pre-post improvements were found related to one’s ability to

    Published On: February 14, 20242.8 min read
  • eCPR benefits individuals from multiple, diverse demographics. It can enhance their ability to connect with others, to understand what it means to be with someone who is experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis, to accept their own emotions, and to be confident in being their most authentic self in

    Published On: February 14, 20240.5 min read
  • British Columbia Psychosocial Rehabilitation | Advanced Practice is very pleased to announce a webinar with Dr. Daniel Fisher CEO of The National Empowerment Center, and Shontelle Prokipcak from Mental Health and Addiction Services of Ottawa!

    Published On: February 14, 20240.2 min read
  • NEC’s COO Oryx Cohen and Youth Emotional CPR Trainer Briza Gavidia were recently featured on the Mad in America podcast to discuss how Emotional CPR can be utilized to assist youth in emotional crisis. Click here to listen to the podcast episode.

    Published On: February 14, 20240.3 min read
  • A recent editorial by Daniel Fisher points out that social-emotional connecting can improve a person’s immune response. We are calling this Co-immunity through community. Since Emotional CPR has been shown to improve emotional connecting, this editorial suggests that Emotional CPR can improve Co-immunity to COVID. Click here to read the

    Published On: February 14, 20240.3 min read
  • NEC’s former CEO, Dan Fisher, MD, PhD recently authored an article illustrating how the practice of Emotional CPR helped a distressed person become aware of their feelings and feel for the first time that she could “be the person she was born to be.” Click here for the article.

    Published On: February 14, 20240.3 min read
  • On August 9th, NEC’s Emotional CPR Coordinator, Kim Ewing, presented on eCPR to the Community Coalition Alliance in Florida which included 15 coalitions all over the state of Florida. Click here to view the recording of her presentation.

    Published On: February 14, 20240.2 min read
  • Dr. Elizabeth Strand is the Founding Director of Veterinary Social Work (VSW) at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a licensed clinical social worker, experienced family therapist, Grief Recovery Specialist, and a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher. She has been working in the field of social

    Published On: December 21, 20220.3 min read
  • This photo is of the Emotional CPR training participants from the two-day certification training that took place in Poland in October of 2018. Emotional CPR or eCPR is the core training developed by the National Empowerment Center and teaches people how to better connect with themselves and others in order

    Published On: October 19, 20180.6 min read
  • Lynne Malcolm interviews Dan Fisher on Emotional CPR. Her show, called All in the Mind is described as RN’s exploration of all things mental—a program about the mind, brain and behaviour, and the endlessly fascinating interactions between them. More and more of us are learning CPR—the first aid technique used

    Published On: May 1, 20180.7 min read
  • Published On: February 27, 20180 min read