Teaching is a particularly rewarding part of Dr. Campbell's experience in academia. When teaching in clinical social work, she has three main goals for student learning: 1) to help students see people, not disorders; 2) to help them see the contexts in which people live; and 3) to help students develop their identities as social workers.
Dr. Campbell's currently teaches a number of direct practice courses in the School of Social Work: Assessment and Psychopathology; Advanced Practice with Individuals; Social Work Treatment with Groups; and a new course she designed entitled Clinical Practice with African American Adults, Children and Families. Her previous teaching experience includes MSW-level courses in mental health and field instruction as well as undergraduate courses in introductory sociology and service learning.
Scholar * Researcher * Educator * Practitioner
Rosalyn Denise Campbell, PhD, LMSW
Dr. Campbell is also involved in educating other social workers through Continuing Education workshops. Past workshop topics include self-care and culturally "competent" practice with African Americans. View entries under the section labeled "Invited - State/Nation/Global" on the Presentations page for more details.
No Workshops Are Scheduled At This Time
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