I joined the Eastern community in 2014, but have spent over the last 17 years in social work practice. My passion is working with vulnerable communities, and specifically in the areas of maternal/child health, parent home-visiting models, domestic violence, prevention programming with youth, and collective trauma. The majority of my career has been dedicated to working in the Latino community in North Philadelphia in a community based organizations. I currently coordinate the BSW program option on City Line Avenue campus of Eastern University, serve as MSW Field Director and teach in the BSW and MSW programs.
My passion is working with vulnerable communities, and specifically in the areas of maternal/child health, parent home-visiting models, domestic violence, prevention programming with youth, and specialize in trauma. Outside of Eastern, I spend time training communities in trauma awareness and consulting with social service organizations on topics of trauma, compassion fatigue, and reflective supervision. My research interests are community and collective models of trauma healing, transformative teaching in social work, mind-body interventions, practitioner wellbeing and how social workers can use peer support to buffer compassion fatigue and thrive.
- Ph.D., Candidate, Anticipated 2022-Social Welfare, Widener University
- MSW, Temple University
- BA, Psychology, Millersville University
- Licensed Social Worker, Pennsylvania
- SOWK 481
- SOWK 461
- SOWK 471
- SOWK 230
- SOWK 110
My current interests are community models of trauma healing, engaging nontraditional learners, transformative classrooms in social work, collective trauma, carceral environments, and the intersection of faith and resiliency.
- National Association of Christian Social Workers
Campbell, C.; Newman, B; Intimate Partner Violence Among Pregnant and Parenting Latina Adolescents (2010) Journal of Interpersonal Violence.