Dr. Campbell received her PhD from the University of Missouri, where she also received her Masters in Social Work and Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. Dr. Campbell teaches research and statistic courses.
Dr. Campbell also provides clinical services in the Raleigh area. Dr. Campbell's expertise includes using evidence-based and eclectic practices such as Cognitive Behavior Theory, Feminist Therapy, Strengths Perspective and Behavioral Therapy to assess individuals experiencing intimate partner violence, grief, trauma, gender identity and anxiety.
Dr. Campbell has several publications focusing on advancing the racial competency of social work practitioners.
SWRK 310, Statistics for Social Workers
SWRK 320, Research Methods
SWRK 410, Social Work Practice III
SWRK 420, Substance Abuse and Social Work SWRK 445, Cultural Diversity
Campbell, E. L. (2016). Racializing intimate partner violence among Black, Native American, Asian American and Latina women. International Journal of Progressive Education, 12(2), 64-77
Campbell, E. L. (2015). Transitioning from a Model of Cultural Competency toward an inclusive pedagogy of "racial competency" using Critical Race Theory. Journal of Social Welfare and Human Rights, 3(1), 1-16.
Campbell, E. L. (2014). Exploring sense of ethnic identity among a small Midwest sample of social work and counseling practitioners. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 2(12), 48-57. http://www.ijier.net/assets/exploring-sense-of-ethnic-identity-among-ijier.net-vol-2-12-5.pdf
Campbell, E. L. (2014). Using critical race theory to measure "racial competency" among Social Workers. Journal of Sociology and Social Work, 2(2), pp. 73-86, 2(2), 73-86.
Cultivating the Community of Learning-Students First, Shaw University Counseling Center and Department of Social Work Symposium, November 2013
Making space for Critical Race Theory within therapeutic settings, understanding the significance of race in practice amongst racial and ethnic minorities, Equity & Justice: Through the Eyes of Underserved Populations Conference, University of Arkansas, Fall 2012
Critical Race Theory within practice settings, Missouri Healthy Lives- Healthy Communities Conference, Columbia MO, April 2012
The Unspoken Dialogue of Sexuality within Black Feminist Theory, MU Graduate Student Women's & Gender Studies Conference, University of Missouri-Columbia, Spring 2010
Critical Race Theory, Racial Competency, Social Justice, Racial Justice, Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, Health Disparities, Racial & Ethnic Minority Populations, Black Feminist Theory, Social Change, Intersectionality
National Alliance on Mental Illness NC Adult Education Association North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence National Association for the Advancement of Colored People