Diversity: The hidden ABS core value—Emerging conversations and strategic actions

@article{Sternlieb2017DiversityTH,
  title={Diversity: The hidden ABS core value—Emerging conversations and strategic actions},
  author={Jeffrey L Sternlieb and Elaine Purvinis Graves and Mary Wassink and Katherine Knowlton},
  journal={The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={66 - 69}
}
  • Jeffrey L Sternlieb, Elaine Purvinis Graves, +1 author Katherine Knowlton
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  • Medicine
  • The core values that guide the American Balint Society (ABS) are authenticity, collective wisdom, compassion, empathy, hope, lifelong learning, and reflection. Along with these values, the ABS Mission statement directs us to “Teach and Study the nature . . . of Balint Groups.” Finally, the ABS vision statement supports the process by which “. . . relationships of profound trust . . . grow in respect and healing power.” It cannot be a coincidence that two years after adopting these mission… CONTINUE READING

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