Rosalyn Denise Campbell, PhD, LMSW, is an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Georgia. Her research focuses on mental health, illness and wellness in Black American communities. Her current work examines facilitators and barriers to help-seeking and service use for Black Americans experiencing mental health problems. Dr. Campbell states that the goal of her research is not only to identify targets for intervention to increase service use and improve mental health care for Black Americans, but also to give voice to the oft silenced Black American who struggles with mental illness.
Dr. Campbell is a graduate of the Joint PhD Program in Social Work and Sociology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor (2012). She received her Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in Interpersonal Practice and Mental Health from the University of Michigan in April 2008. She completed her undergraduate studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology (with honors) and African/African American studies at The University of Texas at Austin in May 2001.
To learn more about Dr. Campbell and her work, please visit her website at www.rosalyndenisecampbell.com.