Philip M. Campbell, MFT graduated from the University of Chicago and received an MA from the Conflict Transformation Program at Eastern Mennonite University. He also studied with the Philadelphia Child and Family Training Center and with the Family Institute of Virginia. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. During his graduate practicum, he coordinated the MAATCH Project, a federally funded, systems based program for adolescents and their families in Richmond. He also published graduate research connecting trauma and violent behavior.
After being trained as an Intensive In-Home Mental Health Clinician, he became a Resident in Marriage and Family, working as a Clinical Supervisor, Intensive In-Home Marriage and Family Therapist, and Outpatient Individual and Family Therapist with severely diagnosed children, adolescents, and adult clients and their families throughout Virginia.
He began focusing on human systems and trauma in 1998, exploring the social aspects of traumatic experiences. In 1999, he began to study and apply a wide range of therapeutic approaches in inpatient, outpatient, and community settings, including trauma recovery psychology and family systems theory. He is an individual, marital, and family therapist.
Education & Licensure
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- M.A., Conflict Transformation Program, Eastern Mennonite University
- Bachelor's Degree, University of Chicago