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Callie Elaine Jowers
University of Detroit Mercy
Callie Jowers is a fifth-year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at the University of Detroit Mercy. She is originally from Augusta, Georgia and moved to Detroit, Michigan for her doctorate in 2017. She obtained a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and a master of science degree in psychology with a clinical focus from Augusta University in 2017. She also holds a master of arts degree in clinical psychology from Detroit Mercy. She has been involved in several areas of research spanning the subfields of neuroscience to personality and psychotherapy research. Her interest in personality developed at a young age out of a curiosity about unconscious processes, as well as self and interpersonal functioning. She is interested in multi-method personality assessment, diagnosis, and the relationship between therapist/patient personality and psychotherapy process and outcome. Embedded in these interests is also the role of unconscious processes in shaping personality structure and interpersonal functioning. Outside of her academic and clinical work, she enjoys attending concerts, traveling, trying new restaurants around metro Detroit, and spending time with close friends and colleagues.
Parent: University of Detroit Mercy
4001 W. McNichols 248 Reno Hall, Dept. of Psychology Detroit, MI 48221 USA
Augusta University 2017
University of Detroit Mercy 2020
Collaborative-Therapeutic Assessment, Psychoanalytic Assessment, Education and Training
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