The Ohio River Festival of Books presents W. Joseph Wyatt, Ph.D
Wyatt will be speaking of “A Career in Forensic Psychology in West Virginia” on Thursday, Sept. 29th at 5:30 pm at the Putnam County Library- Main Library in Teays Valley.
Wyatt holds a PhD. in clinical psychology from West Virginia University ’80 and has been a professor at Marshall University for 34 years. His latest work is The Breaking Point and Other True Cases of Murder and Malice (Mid-Atlantic Highlands Press, 2015), which draws on his experience as a clinical forensic psychologist. Other works by Wyatt include the novel The Millennium Man (Third Millennium Press, 1998).
The Ohio River Festival of Books is sponsored by the Cabell County Public Library, the Friends of the Cabell County Public Library, The Huntington Foundation, Marshall University, the West Virginia Center for the Book, and the West Virginia Humanities Council, along with various community leaders throughout the Ohio River Valley.
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