School of Social Work, University of Georgia

     Assistant Professor
  • Advanced Practice with Individuals (MSW, Specialized)

  • Assessment and Psychopathology
    (MSW, Specialized)

  • Field Practicum
    (MSW, Specialized)

  • Culturally Specific Clinical Practice: Working with African American Adults, Children, and Families*
    (MSW, Elective)

  • Direct Practice with Groups*
    (MSW, Specialized, Generalist)

       

          * Lead Instructor



School of Social Work, University of Michigan

    Instructor
  • Foundation Field Seminar (MSW)

  • Mental Health and Mental Disorders of Adults and Elderly (MSW)


    Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Social Work Practice in Mental Health (MSW)

 


Department of Sociology, University of Michigan

    Graduate Student Instructor
  • Principles of Sociology (Undergraduate)

  • Project Community: A Course in Service Learning, Public Health Sections (Undergraduate) 

Courses taught

Scholar * Researcher * Educator * Practitioner

 

Teaching

Dr. Campbell has been recognized by UGA School of Social Work Dean Anna Scheyett for her contributions to teaching and learning (2017, 2018).


Career Development

The UGA Career Center has recognized Dr. Campbell several times (2014, 2016, 2018) for contributing greatly to student career development and success.







Courses Created

Direct Practice with African American Adults, Families, and Children

Dr. Campbell's created this Masters-level course to address the need for specific practice training for work with Black/African Americans, a population that is highly concentrated in the state of Georgia and surrounding states.


This elective course prepares students for direct social work with Black/African Americans in the United States. This course is designed to 1) raise the socio-cultural consciousness of social work students working with Black/African American individuals, families, 2) recognize the diverse and unique needs of Black/African American clients, and 3) help students identify, select, apply, and evaluate appropriate intervention techniques for clinical social work practice with a diverse Black/African American client population.  Theoretical frameworks and perspectives around direct practice with Black/African Americans will be emphasized.  Concepts of intersectionality, social identity construction, systemic oppression, and power and privilege will be explored.  Particular attention will be given to contemporary issues facing Black/African American adults, children, and families in the United States.  

Continuing education

ROSALYN DENISE CAMPBELL, PHD, LMSW

teaching & training

Honors

"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education."

                                                                                                                                                                                                      ​Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.                                                                                                                                                                                                  



Self-Care

Self-Care for Workers in Helping Professions: From Ways of Living to Ways of Being. Behavioral Health Challenges Conference, Piedmont Athens Regional.  Athens, GA. (April, 2017).                                        45-min session

Self-Care for Workers in Helping Professions: From Ways of Living to Ways of Being. Continuing Education Workshop for the University of Georgia School of Social Work Continuing Education Office.  Lawrenceville, GA. (March, 2017).                      2-hour session
 
Self-Care for Workers in Helping Professions: From Ways of Living to Ways of Being. Continuing Education Workshop for the Georgia Council of Nephrology Social Workers.  Atlanta, GA.  (December, 2014).               2-hour session



Depression and African Americans

Assessing and Addressing Depression in Black/African American Clients and Patients. Continuing Education Workshop for the Georgia Council of Nephrology Social Workers.  Atlanta, GA.  (September, 2016).              2-hour session