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About Wanda Woodward
Wanda Woodward has developed an original theoretical model of the Soul or what some refer to as “the Transcendent Psyche.” This model is outlined in her first book, The Anatomy of the Soul: An Authentic Psychology, and is expanded upon in her second book, The Human Soul: An Ontological Exegisis of the Soul. She specializes in gender psychology and psychopathology. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Mississippi College, a graduate degree in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University, and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Psychology from Saybrook University. Wanda has worked on a psychiatric unit and in a sub-acute partial hospitalization program in Pennsylvania and is currently working in a community mental health agency in Tennessee. She also has many years of Human Resources management experience. When not studying, her time is spent doing what she loves which is reading, writing, listening to classical and easy listening music, gardening or playing with her cat. Topics of passionate interest are Eastern and Western philosophy and religion, as well as psychology. Advaita Vedanta and Mahayana Buddhism open her heart and her mind. She is writing her next book about an original theoretical model which she has developed on gender psychopathology and psychosocial pathology.