​​Briggs, H. E., & Campbell, R. D. (2014). Social Determinants of Behavioral Health Disparities: Best Practice Approaches. Best Practices in Mental Health – Special Issue.


Edited Volumes

in progress

 

Dr. Campbell is working on manuscripts about the following:

  • Gendered experiences of depression and help-seeking among Black Americans

  • Church-based mental health services

  • Culturally-responsive interventions for Black Americans with mental health problems

  • Race and racism in the social work classroom


  • Mental health, illness, and wellness in academia and among individuals in the helping professions

  • The relationship between physical and mental health

  • Qualitative methodology​

invited 

under review

 
Campbell, R. D., Dennis, M. K., Lopez, K., Matthew, R. & Choi, Y. J.  Qualitative research in communities of color: Five researchers share challenges experienced, strategies employed, and lessons learned. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research.


Campbell, R. D., Fussell-Ware, D., & Winchester, M. (Under Review). From intellectual exercise to facilitated dialogue: Confronting racism in the social work classroom. Race, Ethnicity and Education.​

Campbell, R. D., & Winchester, M. R. Let the church say…: One congregation’s views on how churches can improve mental health beliefs, practices and behaviors among Black Americans. Review of Religious Research.

Campbell, R. D. (Accepted). Revisiting African American Idioms of Distress: Are We Speaking the Same Mental Health Language? Health & Social Work.


Campbell, R. D. & Allen, J. L. (2019). “Just fighting my way through…”: Four narratives on what it means to be Black, male, and depressed. Social Work in Mental Health. DOI: 10.1080/15332985.2019.1603744


​Campbell, R. D. (2018). Disclosure in teaching: Using personal mental health experiences to facilitate teaching and learning in clinical social work practice. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 24(2), 44-48.

Campbell, R. D., & Littleton, T. (2018). Mental health counseling in the Black American church: Reflections and recommendations from counselors serving in a counseling ministry. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, DOI: 10.1080/13674676.2018.1494704.


Campbell, R. D. (2017). “We Pride Ourselves on Being Strong…and Able to Bear a lot”: The Importance of Examining the Socio-Cultural Context of Black Americans’ Experiences with Depression, Help-Seeking, and Service Use. Advances in Social Work, 18(2), 663-681.


Mowbray, O., Campbell, R. D., Kim, I, & Scott, J. A. (2017). Quitting Mental Health Treatment Services Among Racial and Ethnic Groups of Americans with Depression. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11414-017-9560-0


Campbell, R. D., & Mowbray, O. (2016). The Stigma of Depression: Black American Experiences. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 25(4), 253-269.

Briggs, H. E., Miller, S. E., & Campbell, R. D. (2014). Disparity Inducing Social Determinants of Behavioral Health: Future Directions through Best Practices in Mental Health. Best Practices in Mental Health: Special Issue on Social Determinants of Behavioral Health, 10(2), xi-xvii.

Campbell, R. D., & Long, L. A. (2014). Culture as a Social Determinant of Mental and Behavioral Health: A Look at Culturally-Shaped Beliefs and the Impact on Help-Seeking Behaviors and Service Use Patterns of Black Americans with Depression. Best Practices in Mental Health: Special Issue on Social Determinants of Behavioral Health, 10(2), 48-62.
 
Whitley, R., & Campbell, R. D. (2014) Stigma, Agency and Recovery amongst People with Severe Mental Illness. Social Science and Medicine, 107, 1-8.
 
Himle, J. A., Baser, R. E., Taylor, R. J., Campbell, R. D., & Jackson, J. S. (2009). Anxiety Disorders among African Americans, Blacks of Caribbean Descent, and Non-Hispanic Whites in the United States. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23(5), 578-590.



Invited

Campbell, R. D. (2018). A Personal (Re)Dedication to Social Justice Efforts in Black/African American Mental Health. Social Justice Wanted: Social Justice at the UGA School of Social Work 2018-2019.


Campbell, R. D. (2016). Rethinking Culturally Competent Social Work Practice in Health Care Settings. National Association of Social Workers Health Section Newsletter, Spring/Summer 2016.

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Campbell, R. D. (Under Review). "Identity Reconciliation: How One Gifted, Christian, Black Woman Came to Terms with Her Depression and Anxiety.” Differently Disadvantaged: Mental Illness and the Intersections of Identity.


Hawkins, J., Campbell, R. D., & Graham, C. (In Press). Diabetes Health Disparities in Men: A Brief Review of the Influence of Gender on the Onset and Progression of Diabetes in Men and Implications for Interventions and Practice. Men’s Health Equity: A Handbook.





Scholar * Researcher * Educator * Practitioner

 

Publications

​Campbell, R. D. (2018). A Personal (Re)Dedication to Social Justice Efforts in Black/African American Mental Health. Social Justice Wanted: Social Justice at the UGA School of Social Work 2018-2019.

Campbell, R. D. (2016). Rethinking culturally competent social work practice in health care settings. National Association of Social Workers Health Section Newsletter, Spring/Summer 2016.





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