Rosalyn Denise Campbell, PhD, LMSW
Dr. Campbell holds active masters-level social work licenses (LMSW) in both Texas (#54385) and Georgia (#MSW007442).
Dr. Campbell views practice as an important part of her scholarship and teaching. She believes that "in order to do good work, you have to stay connected to the field." To that end, Dr. Campbell has accrued 4000+ hours of post-Masters social work practice as defined by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). These hours include evaluation of a first-year undergraduate level course for a minor in social work at the University of Michigan; evaluation of the intern program at The Women’s Center of Southeastern Michigan (TWC); informal supervision with first-term social work interns at TWC; instruction of foundation field, social work clinical practice and mental health disorders seminars and courses at the University of Michigan; and numerous hours of social work research involving design, analysis, and data collection including conducting focus groups and individual interviews with Black American men and women.
Dr. Campbell has over 1000 hours of direct clinical practice. In addition to her field work at the Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan, she completed post-MSW fellowship hours on the Professionals in Crisis unit at The Menninger Clinic in Houston, TX. This work included individual and group therapy as well as psychoeducational and therapeutic course instruction. She is currently exploring opportunities to continue her clinical practice work.
Scholar * Researcher * Educator * Practitioner