For the past 14 years he has combined clinical and pastoral work as a chaplain and psychologist in England, Brazil, Argentina and at Kettering Health Network. Before coming to Kettering, he was the director of Chaplaincy Ministries at a network of 4 behavioral health hospitals, in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he also developed his private practice.
He has been a psychology professor in River Plate Adventist University (Argentina) and invited professor at Chillan Adventist University (Chile).
Now he is the Director for MinistryCare and Mision&Ministry department at Kettering Health in Ohio.
coach. She has had the privilege to educate students, patients, and the international community along with her colleagues for the three seasons of the program called, "A Multitude of Counselors" on 3ABN about how to obtain optimal mental health.
She understands the impact that physical
and spiritual health have on mental health and is passionate about
providing holistic care. She has found that individuals have a high
success for healing when the whole person (spiritual, physical, and mental) is addressed.
She loves her vocation and helping others in ministry, bringing together spirituality and emotional resources.
He has been trained in Christian Counseling through the Counseling Solutions Group and served as an online counselor for them. He was in pastoral ministry for over 20 years before making a career change to be a Chaplain. He has 4 units of CPE and is currently a Fellow Chaplain for Kettering Health in Beavercreek, OH. He is eligible for Board Certification.
His favorite quote is from Theodore Roosevelt, “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.”
Ken now lives in Dayton, OH where he works at Kettering Health Behavioral Hospital. He and his wife enjoy traveling where they can engage a variety of cultural experiences. They both have a heart for all animals, but are most fond of their 3 cats – Remi, Mozzie, and Zella.
Before joining the faculty at Kettering College, he spent twelve years as a Senior Fellow of the Ethics Resource Center of Washington, D.C. in which capacity he consulted with some 70 Fortune 500 companies on questions of business ethics. Prior to working as an ethics consultant, he worked in the field of addiction treatment for a total of eleven years. He was one of the early certified alcoholism counselors. From 1990 to 2002 he served as the volunteer pastor of the Burr Ridge Seventh-day Adventist Church of Burr Ridge, Illinois.
He is the happy and grateful husband of Adele A. Waller, retired health information and technology lawyer and former partner of the Chicago law firm of Gardner, Carton and Douglas. Adele is a Fellow of the American Health Lawyers Association. Adele and Daryll feel fortunate to be able to make a home for Buckley, an eight-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever. One of the principal delights of their lives is conversation around their Sabbath dinner table.