Dr. Campbell’s clinical training and expertise is focused primarily on alcohol and substance abuse, and the ways it impacts individuals, families and society at large.
He also works with people who are struggling with relationships, trauma, untreated childhood trauma, and co-morbid diagnoses. Dr. Campbell also works with adolescents.
Dr. Campbell’s research focuses on the development and implementation of web-based interventions for alcohol and substance use disorders. He has helped develop and test several programs since his arrival at Behavior Therapy Associates in 2007. Along with Dr. Reid Hester and others, Dr. Campbell formed a new company, CheckUp&Choices, LLC, in 2014. CheckUp&Choices is currently developing and implementing a range of web-based programs to assess and treat disordered alcohol use across a variety of contexts, including public and private colleges and universities, healthcare organizations, corrections, and alcohol and drug treatment programs.
Dr. Campbell also works in the community. He has helped to develop residential treatment programs for individuals struggling with substance use disorders. Along with this, he has worked with both University of New Mexico and state and county officials to develop training programs for addictions therapists, as well as to create more effective partnerships between agencies to address this public health issue.
Since he approaches his work as a therapist from a clinical science perspective, Dr. Campbell believes assessment, case conceptualization and intervention should accord with the best clinical evidence, treatments and practices available. Informed by both developmental and existential psychology, Dr. Campbell tailors behavioral interventions to individuals according to their own needs and contexts for change. Dr. Campbell is an avid student of art, philosophy, history and world religions, and he dedicates himself to understanding and honoring the world view and spiritual beliefs of each person he meets and works with. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of New Mexico.