Callie Jowers, MS, TLLP
Ms. Callie Jowers received her M.S. in psychology in 2017 from Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia. She also obtained her B.A. in psychology from Augusta University in 2013. She is currently completing her doctoral education in clinical psychology at the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, Michigan. Ms. Jowers is practicum student at the Life Stress Center at Detroit Receiving Hospital, and she continues to work as a therapist at the University of Detroit Mercy Psychology Clinic. Ms. Jowers has provided psychotherapy and assessment services in a variety of settings, including inpatient psychiatric and medical settings, as well as community clinics.
Ms. Jowers takes an integrative approach to psychotherapy, utilizing psychodynamic, relational, and behavioral techniques based upon the needs of each individual client. She seeks to provide a supportive, non-judgmental, safe, and collaborative environment with her clients in order to help individuals explore, understand, and change unhealthy or unwanted patterns of behavior and/or navigate distressing and difficult life situations. Ms. Jowers is passionate about treating individuals who are struggling with grief and loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and more.
Ms. Jowers holds membership in several professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association (APA), APA Division 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy), APA Division 39 (The Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology), Society for Personality Assessment (SPA), and the International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (ISSPD). Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, and she has presented at several professional conferences. Her research primarily focuses on personality, personality assessment, and psychotherapy.
Ms. Jowers is passionate about serving adolescents and adults, and she is committed to helping her clients achieve a more meaningful and satisfying life.
Ms. Jowers is directly supervised by Drs. Caleb Siefert and Steven Huprich.