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Kae Eaton

Kae Eaton

Kae Eaton is Chaplain and Executive Director of the Mental Health Chaplaincy, working with individuals and families experiencing mental illness or homelessness in Seattle and throughout the Northwest.

Kae holds a Masters in Theology, with emphasis in Counseling Psychology, and a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. She was 2018 Chaplain Fellow at the Center of Excellence in Substance Abuse Treatment and Education (CESATE), one of only two nationally, at the Veterans Administration, Puget Sound Healthcare System, and 2017 Chaplain Resident on the Acute Psychiatric Care Unit at the VA Hospital.

Kae also serves as Consultant and Master Trainer for Pathways to Promise, a national cooperative of mental health organizations and faith groups working with those with mental and emotional illnesses and their families. Kae has years of experience on the streets of Seattle not only working directly with people living without homes and dealing with mental health issues, but also training others in the Practices of Companionship through outreach and ministries of hospitality. Kae’s work and trainings support both secular and faith-based communities locally and nationally. She practices her faith in the St. Paul’s Episcopal Parish in Seattle.

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