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David Campbell

David Campbell

Campbell, a licensed New Jersey mental health professional with more than 20 years of experience, is a certified group psychotherapist and has been at Princeton since October 2004. His treatment approach serves to affirm his clients through the recognition and acknowledgement of the impact of sociocultural forces while making sense of their personal experiences. He is interested in helping people to understand, manage and overcome psychological concerns and encourages a meditation practice as an adjunct to treatment. He has special interests in working with motivational conflicts that impede academic performance as well as assisting individuals to negotiate the complexities of personal identity.

Campbell earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from the Graduate School and University Center at City College of New York. He completed a clinical psychology internship at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and has been employed in both hospital and academic settings. As an assistant professor and counselor at the College of Staten Island, he researched and published in the area of intersubjectivity (psychoanalytic) theory, racial identity and achievement behavior.


Fighting the Stigma: Open Conversations on Mental Health

Saturday, October 5

Join us as we destigmatize the discussion on mental health and learn how to be a safe space for others along their journeys. Hear from Princeton alumni and community members as they share their personal testimonies navigating mental health issues (or providing counsel) at Princeton and beyond.

Moderator: Duane E. McWaine ’80, Psychiatrist

Caty Caldwell ’13, Technical Program Manager, Microsoft
David Campbell, Clinical Psychologist & Coordinator of the Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Training Program at Counseling & Psychological Services
Yvonne Gomez-Carrion ’79, Assistant Professor in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Harvard Medical School
Beatrice Salter ’77, Clinical Psychologist