EKU Psychology Department student is a published author.
The writer, Savannah Campbell, credits her studies in psychology as being one of the cornerstones on which she bases her perceptions of the world and how she crafts her tales. Dreamer is a psychological mystery in which a young woman discovers she has abilities in lucid dreaming. Not only can Irene Gabbard control her dream content but she can also assist others within their dreams as well. Danger strikes though when another person with seemingly similar abilities starts attacking people in her town. What happens when the world becomes so focused on technology and instant entertainment based fun and excess? One woman starts to find out and decides the world needs to find out before it's too late in Learning to Live. A woman's role is hard to define, even to herself and especially during a time when she wasn't allowed to have the choice to do so. In Finding Her Way, two women, one a professional in psychology, and one a married mother start to discover what all life has to offer them.
Ms. Campbell is currently enrolled in the Psy.D program at EKU where she is in the third year of her pursuit of the doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on rural mental health. Her books: Dreamer, Learning to Live, and Finding Her Way are all available in paperback and kindle formats.
Published on March 01, 2019