Kevin McClone, M.Div., Psy.D., C.A.D.C. serves as a professional consultant with the Saint John Vianney Center providing religious and educational workshops for Clergy and Religious across the country.
Dr. Kevin McClone is a licensed clinical psychologist, certified alcohol and drug counselor, and certified chaplain who has worked for over twenty-five years in the health care field, including over ten years of hospice care experience. Kevin currently is the Director of the Institute for Sexuality Studies located on the campus of Catholic Theological Union where he has provided one-month training programs on Healthy Sexuality for Ministry for formation and vocation personnel and tutored hundreds of religious and lay men and women from around the world for over fifteen years.
Kevin is an adjunct faculty member for Catholic Theological Union where he has taught graduate level classes such as Healthy Human Sexuality for Pastoral Ministry, Pastoral Ministry for Contemporary Families, Collaborative Pastoral Leadership, Pastoral Ministry in Healthcare Contexts, Ministry to Persons and Families Struggling with Addictions, and Intercultural Communication. He has taught regular weekly seminars on a variety of issues of human formation to the Institute for Religious Formation (IRF) a nine-month training program for formators of Catholic religious communities. He has given regular seminars to the Hesburgh Sabbatical Program, a four-month sabbatical program both located at CTU.
Kevin has been a keynote speaker both nationally and internationally on topics related to psychosexual development, aging well, healthy intimacy, emotional intelligence, intercultural communication, family of origin issues, addiction recovery, building healthy relationships, emotional intelligence and coping with loss and grief. He has been a featured speaker for Guest House Institute, the National Federation of Priests Councils, Palliative Care organizations, the National Catholic Seminary Association, Catholics on Call and numerous parishes and dioceses both in the United States and abroad. Kevin is a consultant to several Chicago area Catholic religious orders and seminaries and retirement facilities where he deals with issues of healthy relationships, psychological assessment, human development, aging, depression, and loss and grief issues.
Kevin has written numerous articles on topics such as the Psychospirituality of Change and Growth, Healthy Intimacy and Affective Maturity, The Gift of Sexuality in a Celibate Vocation, Psychospirituality of Addiction and Male Intimacy for such varied publications as Horizon, Seminary Journal, Touchtone, and Human Development Magazines.
Dr. McClone’s doctoral dissertation was a correlational study of 50 bereaved primary caregivers who lost a loved one on hospice to assess the impact of a sense of meaning and spirituality on coping with loss and grief. Dr. McClone has also facilitated several groups of Heart Failure Patients as part of a landmark study sponsored by the National Institute of Health.