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Real Principles For Real Change

Clytee Mills
Mill Valley, California, United States
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About Practice:
At present I am volunteering with National Alliance for Mentally Ill (wrote article on resiliency for their newsletter) and Jewish Family Children's Services (JFCS) as I prepare to return to work after several years absence. I just completed training in Palliative and End-of Life care with JFCS. I have two people who I visit as a Senior Companion. I receive monthly training and supervision from JFCS. I am starting a mentoring and counseling practice through phone consults and individual meetings. I hope to find part-time work in palliative care settings and to offer support groups for those who are caregivers or experiencing the transitions (loss) and challenges of aging.
Practice Types:
Individual Clients, Groups, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations
Years Teaching: 30

1971 Completed two Graduate courses in Child and Family Studies Syracuse University, University of Florida

1965 Master's Degree, Clinical Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing, University of Florida, Gainesville Fl

1964 Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Florida Gainesville, FL

Training Summary
2011 Weekends with the George and Linda Pransky and Elsie Spittle and Chip Chipman
2010 and 2009 Three Principles School, Salt Spring, Canada with Elsie Spittle and Chip Chipman
1988-2010- Seminars, residential intensives and conferences with Pransky and Ass., Florida Center for Human Development, R. C. Mills & Ass,, Health Realization Institute and Center for Sustainable Change.
1986-87 Training and clinical supervision with William F.Pettit, MD
1985 Life Education Institute Internship. Six month training
1983-1987 Advanced Human Studies Institute Week traning program plus numerous conferences and events.

Special Interests
Working with the elderly, caregivers, and those requiring palliative and end-of-life care.