I Believe in Miracles with Dr Yvonne Kaye
I Believe in Miracles
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.
Yvonne has also received countless prestigious awards over the years. Addressed schools, colleges and Universities. Is an International Speaker, and Involved with Veterans with PTSD and recovery.
On this episode of My Perfect Failure (I believe in Miracles) we discuss Dr Kaye’s remarkable life. From being a survivor of the second world war, to moving from England to the America, to her training with hospice movement pioneers Dame Cicely Saunders and Dr. Elisabeth Kubler Ross, to her work with women and families and much more and why she believes in Miracles. Some of the areas we cover.
· Dr Kaye’s training with hospice pioneers Dame Cicely Saunders and Elisabeth Kubler Ross.
· Dr Kaye’s work helping people deal with grief, loss, the power of humour and healing
· Her support for people with mental health challenges and addictions
· We discuss Dr Kaye’s work with women and families
To discover more about Dr Kaye’s extraordinary life and work