W. T. Jowett is a therapist with over 10 years’ experience assisting people from all walks of life reach their full potential. In this work, he has encountered people experiencing the highest of highs and the lowest of lows and everywhere in between, including working with adolescents and adults, providing individual and group therapy, in areas including psychopathology, substance abuse, career counseling, and life transition issues. His specialties include multicultural and diversity issues, and clinical supervision. He has published numerous professional articles and delivered presentations on these topics. He currently serves as a clinical supervisor to a large-scale counseling program.
It is from his experiences as a therapist, applying psychological theory to the writing process, and listening to real people’s stories that he creates worlds populated by real and intriguing characters. The author has been writing for many years, initially focusing primary on poetry as an exploration of his own internal journey, then as he has matured, shifting focus to academic writing, short-form, and long-form stories focusing on the human condition and life journey’s that others can relate to.
His ongoing goal is to continue to bring writing to life by connecting with readers and helping readers connect deeper with their own internal world. To accomplish this, he attempts to focus less on genre and more on deeper themes that reflect life experiences—eternal lessons that resonate with people of all ages and from all walks of life. The sincere hope for the readers is to enjoy the story, and to also learn something about their self along the way.
Sometimes it can be a difficult journey, but if nothing else, the human spirit abides through all challenges.
Or read his blog Psychology in Writing: wtjowett.wordpress.com