Meet Carol Clendinen

We all have “moments” in life. Let me help you get through some of yours a little easier.

 

Background

Carol Clendinen, a dynamic speaker, is internationally recognized for her ability to create a broad, healthy emotional outlook for a variety of audiences. A former intensive care nurse and psychiatric hospital administrator, Carol has over 30 years experience in the field of physical and emotional wellness.

She is living a life of commitment and loves to tell about it.

A Carol Clendinen presentation provides a road map toward the inner peace of mind we all seek in our personal and professional lives.

With skill, style and a ready wit, Carol will captivate your audience through a practical and sensible approach to stress management, relationships, love and life. Your audience will reap positive rewards as they learn how important physical well-being is to emotional health; how to set priorities and goals; increase flexibility; and the value of hugs and laughter.

EDUCATION:
M.S., Counseling Psychology, Nova Southeastern University

B.S., Psychology, Nova Southeastern University

Registered Nurse

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Certified Addiction Professional

Graduate of Florence Littauer Training

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
Florida Community College Association, Excellence in Community Education Award

Orlando Sentinel – Lake County Citizen of the Year

Lake County Boys and Girls Club, Community Service Award

Florida Alcohol & Drug Abuse Association, Professional of the Year

Lake Toastmaster, Communicator Award

Florida Nursing Association, Nurse of the Year

Graduate, Leadership Florida

“The single most important thing in helping adults learn is to create mutual trust, openness, authenticity, and helping — creating a HUMAN environment.” 

Malcolm Knowles

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