Karen Clark-Stone

Karen Clark-Stone has been a student of workshops, classes, and trainings at the Institute for the Advancement of Service since 1996.  She is a former member of The Clarion Way Programs Faculty and is an Emerita Member of the Institute's Board of Directors, having served on the board from 2011 to 2017. She has co-led workshops and classes in boundaries, grief and loss, the soul and service, and Spring  Forest Qigong.  Previously, Karen served as a member of the IAS Office and Newsletter staff, and as a member of the Prosperity (Finance) and Emergency Preparedness Committees.

Karen is a Registered Nurse, having graduated from a three-year hospital-based program at Madison General Hospital School of Nursing, with her BSN from Viterbo University and her MSN from the University of California-San Francisco.  Her practice has been in diverse settings including bedside nursing as a staff nurse, faculty in staff development and basic nursing education, quality assurance, and advanced practice nursing in psychiatric and mental health nursing.  Most recently, she served for eighteen years with the Department of Veteran Affairs as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in mental health, with eleven years directing a busy intensive outpatient program for veterans with substance abuse problems, and dual diagnosis, including post-traumatic stress disorders.

Karen is also a certified Level I and Level II Instructor and Master Healer in Spring Forest Qigong.

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