J. S. Wolfe is a published author, filmmaker, and consciousness coach, with a specialty in character analysis. She is passionate about true crime, personality disorders, consciousness, and shamanic medicine. She spent 20 years researching criminal and sub-criminal psychopaths, narcissists, and other personality disorders by visiting inmates on d.... more
J. S. Wolfe is a published author, filmmaker, and consciousness coach, with a specialty in character analysis. She is passionate about true crime, personality disorders, consciousness, and shamanic medicine. She spent 20 years researching criminal and sub-criminal psychopaths, narcissists, and other personality disorders by visiting inmates on death row in California, and various mental institutions, as well those free among us. Being a crime survivor herself, her work’s intention is to help save others from those engaging in modern-day dehumanization.
Her book, The Unfolding: A Journey of Involution, made the best-seller list at the esteemed El Shorouk Bookstore within the first week of publication.
She founded Involution Publishing based in Honolulu, Hawaii, through which she offers author services including editing, script-reading, and publishing to support their journey. She graduated from UCLA film school and worked with several esteemed artists in the film industry; Cornelia and Martin Bregman (Scarface), Vincent Vieluf (Rat Race), coached Khaled Elsawy for Blue Elephant, Eyad Nassar for Moga Harra, and Afrah El Qobba among others.
Her articles were published in The Village Voice, The New Yorker, and DAM. She wrote creative press releases for international fine artists such as Susana Rodriguez (Argentina), John Silver (NYC), and Miki (Japan) during her work at 48th Avenue Art Gallery in Manhattan thanks to curator Mr. Alejandro Beitler.
As a renowned Meditation coach, she worked with esteemed TV presenters, including Amro Al Kahky (Al Nahar), Ahmed Fayek (Misr Tastatee3) among others, and appeared on Sahibet El Sa3ada with Ms. Essaad Younis along with actress Rania Youssef in an episode dedicated to the use of Meditation in coaching actors. Her first high-profile Meditation client was Brannon Bragha, writer and producer of Star Trek during her studies at UCLA.
She worked as a script reader for Gross-Weston Productions and was a PR assistant at Levine Communications, where she helped organize Bob Hope events, including The Bob Hope star on the Hall of Fame, and his Book Soup in Hollywood to commemorate his work.
Ms. Wolfe is committed to her healing journey, in order to be of better help to others on the path. Her message is, we are never alone if we know where to look.
J.S. Wolfe's Projects
The Unfolding: A Journey of Involution
After meeting my first psychopath, I had to know where his humanity went. But after meeting many mor... more