Kay Clowney

Kay Clowney

Kay Clowney is a Certified Grief Counselor in Arkansas. She served as primary care-giver in her home with hospice support for the deaths of her husband, father, and female best friend. She is co-author (with Dr. Larry Cole) of the book, "The TeamWork Dictionary," (LifeSkills Publishers, 1997). She has written many articles and has degrees in Human Resource Development, Business Education and English. She is a certified facilitator for What Matters Most for the Covey Leadership Center, and been director of the VA Regional Office in Little Rock, Arkansas. Reach her at clowney199@comcast.net.

Articles:

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Teens Often Best at Consoling Each Other

I’ve gotten accustomed in my 60s to having that phone call that a friend has become very ill or died. It’s not that I’m callused but I’m knocking on the […]

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The Road Back from Loss Leads to Grief-Counseling Career

The road back from any loss is crooked and wide, and sometimes even circular.  My experiences as a primary caregiver in my home (with hospice support) with my husband, my […]

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