Member Since 2020
Chief Scientist for Empathetics. She is a core member of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations (CREIO). Dr. Riess is a psychiatrist who developed an empathy training approach based on research in the neurobiology and physiology of empathy that has been rigorously tested in pilot studies and a randomized, controlled trial at MGH. She completed her residency and Chief Residency at MGH and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Riess has devoted her career to teaching and research in the art and science of the patient-doctor relationship and serves as part-time Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
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Empathetics, Inc. provides innovative empathy and interpersonal skills training for medical professionals leveraging new, scientifically proven methods that enhance human relationships and make medical practice more effective and efficient.