Dr. Yvonne Kaye is Highly Respected by Both Mental Health and Addiction Professionals
Mother, grandmother, storyteller, writer, published author, thanatologist, humourist and former Philadelphia radio show personality, Dr. Yvonne Kaye has been involved with people since 1951 in her native England.
A survivor of the Second World War, she uses her experiences in working with people in emotional pain, grief and loss, believing in the spiritual power of humor as a healing tool.
Dr. Kaye has been in field of human service for many years, encountering extraordinary people whose courage has amazed her. Her passion is offering enrichment in life, mentally and emotionally, to those who have no concept of their own creativity.
From Radio host to Podcast host
How the Hell Did I Get Here from There
“Being kind is more important than being right. Most times, what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks; rather, they need a patient heart that listens.” — Dr. Yvonne Kaye
Beautiful People Just Don’t Happen
The Stuff That Needs To Be Said with John Pavlovitz
Hosted by Dr. Yvonne Kaye
She is known nationally and internationally for her work in bereavement, especially working with families who have lost children to death. They inspire her. Yvonne was gifted with the ability to listen and therefore she is a perpetual student of human beings, their courage, resilience, humor when nothing seems funny and when it is. What she will offer is an open mind, an honest interaction and the wisdom of being a lecturer, professor, therapist, thanatologist, and addictionist for many years.
Curl up in a comfy chair, grab a cup of tea and treat yourself to her story telling, observations, lessons, and the occasional naughty word.
“Being kind is more important than being right. Most times, what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks, rather, they need a patient heart that listens.” — Dr. Yvonne Kaye
Inspiration and Hope
Yvonne Kaye, The Maverick
“The work of Dr. Yvonne Kaye is highly respected by both mental health and addiction professionals. She is a gift to the field and especially those who are trying to work through grief and addictions. Her work touches and teaches all of us.” Robert Ackerman
Ph.D. Indiana University of Pa. MAATI Addiction
- SLEEPLESS IN NORTH WALES…….AGAIN!
- An Outside Sense of Justice
- How to Support Those Who Are Grieving Loss
- Positive Triggers
- Emotional Vitamins