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BERRY, Dr. Kenneth K.

After a lengthy illness, Dr. Kenneth K. Berry died on April 13, 2013. Prior to his death he realized that he had had a good life, accomplishing more than he had ever dreamed, and felt ready to go. After receiving his degree, Dr. Berry completed post-doctoral training in Clinical-Child Psychology at the Institute for Juvenile Research in Chicago and at the Indiana Medical School in Indianapolis. He served on the faculties of Indiana University Medical School, University of Nebraska College of Medicine, University of Queensland (Australia), University of Hartford (Department Chair and Director of Clinical Training), Dean of Faculty in Chicago, and a graduate dean in Nebraska. He had practiced, researched and been involved in medical and graduate education for over 30 years. He authored and co-authored over 100 papers, book chapters, research articles and presentations at national and international conferences. Research and practice interests ranged over a variety of topics, such as issues in clinical practice, gender, forensic and legal issues, clinical training, accreditation of training programs, and ethical issues. In practice he had consulted with and assisted attorneys and courts in numerous cases from the East to the West Coast of the United States as well as in Queensland, Australia. Dr. Berry served on many committees and boards of several national, state, and international professional organizations. He was a Diplomate, a Fellow of the American Academy, and had been licensed in Illinois, Nebraska, Connecticut, Iowa, and Arizona, as well as registered in Queensland, Australia. There are no survivors other than two children. He left behind his partner and caregiver F. L. Dewey of Tucson, Az. and his good friend Betty Craft of Iowa.
He donated his body to Science Care.




Published in The Hartford Courant on Apr. 25, 2013
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