Dr. Campbell worked in schools, skilled nursing facilities, detention centers, and private practice for the past thirty years. During that time she also provided field instruction for social work students at several universities and taught graduate-level courses part-time for the past twenty-five years at those universities. The graduate level courses taught were primarily theory, practice, and psychopathology. Other courses taught on a more limited basis included policy, foundation courses, and beginning research. At Walden, she has been a contributing faculty member. She taught both at the master's and doctoral levels and also served as a faculty lead and as a chair, committee member, and URR in the doctoral program. Dr. Campbell has spent most of her career in practice. Her research interest has included the provision of services to disabled individuals, diagnostic issues, and online mental health treatment but her focus was on the provision of services. She developed two successful agencies to provide services for lower-income clients and disabled individuals. She is currently semi-retired and only teaches part-time.
AA, Milwaukee Area Technical College
BA, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
MS, Cardinal Stritch University
MSW, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
PhD, Walden University