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Jennifer Campbell, Psy.D, RPsych

Adjunct Faculty

In 2019, Dr. Jennifer Campbell joined the City University team as adjunct faculty. She brings two decades of experience working with children, youth and families involved in the criminal justice, social work, and mental health systems. She also has extensive experience working alongside rural and urban Indigenous communities, with a particular focus on suicide prevention/intervention/postvention. Dr. Campbell is currently the Director of the North Shore CBT Centre where she enjoys training practicum students to offer evidenced based practice. 

Research

Dr. Campbell has a keen interest in culturally sensitive CBT, evidence based treatment for OCD, and CBT clinical supervision.

Publications

Campbell, J. D., Mandrusiak, M., & Brooks, K. C. (2021). Themes of healing among Squamish Nation Members after a loss to suicide. Journal of Indigenous Social Development, 10(2), 3-28. https://journalhosting.ucalgary.ca/index.php/jisd/article/view/71303/55260 

Teachings

Dr. Campbell strives to promote student learning by supporting counselling theory with real life examples. She encourages group cohesion, self-reflection, and experiential learning. 

Courses

  • CPC 502: Systemic Theory-Diversity and Cultural Psychology 
  • CPC 510: Professional Ethics and Law 
  • CPC 680: Capstone Advisor 

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