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The Road to Joy

Eight Pathways of Psychospiritual Transformation

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In The Road to Joy, Dr. Kevin McClone invites us to join him in a personal and professional journey exploring eight core psychospiritual pathways that lay the foundation for more joyful living.

Inspired by the death of his beloved wife, Grace Chen-McClone, this book seeks to integrate core pathways of psychospiritual transformation. Each chapter explores one pathway in depth, utilizing psychological and spiritual sources, and ends with concrete practical action plans.

McClone draws heavily from psychology research and spirituality embedded in various spiritual and mystical traditions from Brene Brown to Meister Eckhart, from C.S. Lewis and the Dalai Lama to Alcoholics Anonymous.

The Pathways: 

PATHWAY #1 Follow Your Deepest Desire: Discover Your Calling  
PATHWAY #2 Discovering the True Self
PATHWAY #3 Embracing Healthy Intimacy: Growing in Love of Self, Others, and God
PATHWAY #4 Integrity: Becoming One Whole Person
PATHWAY #5 Grace Comes through the Wound: Embracing Vulnerability and Imperfection
PATHWAY #6 Simplify, Simplify
PATHWAY #7 Embrace Solitude
PATHWAY #8 Joy: Coming Home to Fullness of Life

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Praise for The Road to Joy

“Dr. McClone has somehow been able to take the best that various spiritual practices and philosophies have to offer and weave them together with the uniting thread of psychology. The result is an informed and integrated approach to personal transformation. To be sure this is not another prosaic self-help book—not even close. The Road to Joy is qualitatively different. It is built on examples from diverse origins, informed from clinical experience, and contextualized in a concise tome that is as actionable as it is inspiring. I highly recommend it.”
Chris E. Stout, Associate Professor of International Psychology, Chicago School of Professional Psychology

“Dr. McClone, not to be confused with McGlone, has given us an extraordinary and timely book. This should be required reading in these pandemic times. He beautifully integrates the research with storytelling and practical ways to be, know, and become JOY! It is and will be something one can read and re-read in prayer, meditation, or silence each day and discover another jewel.”
Gerard J. McGlone, SJ, Senior Research Fellow, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Georgetown University

“Combining tender stories of the author's own experiences with wisdom from both spiritual sages and contemporary scientists, McClone offers an abundance of clues to guide us on our lifelong journey to authentic happiness. He shows how even the unwanted realities of pain, failure, and grief may open the door to deeper life. In this book, we will recognize the voice of one who has ‘walked the walk’ of search, suffering, compassion, and care.”
Mary Frohlich, RSCJ, Professor of Spirituality, Catholic Theological Union

“In The Road to Joy Kevin McClone, a seasoned psychologist, highlights in a warm, engaging style eight pathways to a fuller, more joyful life. Those confronting addictions in themselves or their families of origin will be especially interested in McClone’s example-filled discussions of honesty and integrity. We appreciated the ‘Action Plans’ at the end of each chapter and especially enjoyed chapters on vulnerability and one with the title of ‘Simplify, Simplify.’”
James and Evelyn Whitehead, authors of Holy Eros: Pathways to a Passionate God

About the Author

Kevin P. McClone is a clinical psychologist, adjunct professor at Catholic Theological Union, certified chaplain, and addiction counselor who has worked for over twenty-five years in the healthcare field with more than ten years in palliative care. Kevin has been a keynote speaker both nationally and internationally on topics related to human sexuality, addiction recovery, building healthy relationships, emotional intelligence, and coping with loss and grief. Kevin has written numerous articles on topics related to psychospiritual growth for such varied publications as HorizonSeminary JournalTouchtone, and Human Development.

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