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Kara L.C. Jones
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Kara L.C. Jones is the heARTist and Creative Coach who founded the site MotherHenna.com and the blog MotherHenna.blogspot.com. As a coach to private clients, Kara facilitates the exploration of grief and creativity using many tools and specialties including heART-making, co-active coaching, Reiki, Tapping, asking the answerable questions and more. Her creativity ideas and artworks have been included in publications like Redbook, Essence Magazine, Somerset Life, Grief Unseen, Meant To Be, Somerset Digital, and more.
Kara's creativity ideas have been seen in international publications including Redbook, Totally Her, Essence Magazine, Somerset Life. Her creative heART work has been featured in books, newsletters, and magazines including "Grief Unseen" by Laura Seftel, "Meant To Be" by Barry & Joyce Vissel, "Cup of Comfort" by Colleen Sell, MISS Foundation, A Small Victory, PS: My Baby Died, The Compassionate Friends, Good Grief Center, Somerset Digital, Fat Girls. And Kara's vlog review of Keri Smith's "This Is Not A Review" garnered over 1,500 views in its first month online and was picked up by Amazon.com as reader video review.
Kara is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University where she studied Literary, Cultural Theory and Poetics with a minor in Child Development from Chatham College. When at CMU, Kara mentored with Hedda Sharapan, David Newell, Fred Rogers and the team at Family Communications, Inc., producers of Mister Rogers Neighborhood.
In the last decade, she has partnered as co-writer for an on-going series of articles on the topic of “Stillborn: the invisible death” with Joanne Cacciatore, Ph.D. at Arizona State, founder of MISS and John DeFrain, Ph.D. at University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Their pieces have been featured in the Ambiguous Loss Symposium 2005, Journal of Family Social Work (2008), and Marriage and Family Review (2008).
Over the years, Kara has also done many public speaking and teaching events, starting with a poetry as healing presentation made to an Antioch group of students exploring wholistic caregiving. In partnership with her husband Hawk, they have offered grief & creativity workshops and facilitation at MISS Foundation and other grief conferences; Burning Word and other arts festivals; Antioch, LIOS, and other university settings.
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