JANET CAMPBELL, LCSW
3921 Sunset Ridge Rd.
Suite 307
Raleigh, NC 27607

Phone: (919) 783-7494


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Janet Campbell LCSW, a clinical social worker licensed in NC, has practiced in the Raleigh area for 35 years. She enjoys working with adults, families, children and teens who are confronting life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief, divorce, step families or the challenges and excitement of moving into the age of "my time" - life after the age of 50. To round out the circle of life, she continues her long standing interest in providing parents with support and guidance in their parenting challenges.

Janet has a deep commitment to helping individuals and families with the challenges they face. She worked for over 30 years at the Child Out- Patient Clinic at Dorothea Dix Hospital which is a training clinic affiliated with UNC Dept of Psychiatry and the School of Social Work at UNC. As a part of this program, she was a supervisor for many graduate level social work and psychology candidates as well as psychiatrists training in child psychiatry.

Helping adults and children find more effective ways to relieve stress and cope with their anxieties and unhappiness in order to experience richer, more fulfilling relationships brings her joy and satisfaction. Supporting people as they allow themselves to let go and heal from the horrible pain of the past , realizing that the past is the past and guiding them to find their own empowerment in the present is a goal and commitment that she shares with her clients. A particular focus in recent years has been helping families with issues of "reunification", that is , mending and rebuilding relationships that have been deeply scarred and disrupted because of divorce and past traumas.

Over the years Janet has trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches and uses them as indicated depending on the individual's needs and strengths. Within the supportive, accepting, non judgmental relationship of therapy, one can feel safe and take the necessary risks that encourage growth and greater intimacy. Helping a client decide where they would like to be and being a guide to make these goals obtainable is an important approach in the work together. As a way of reaching the goals, various treatment interventions are used, including solution focused techniques, cognitive- behavioral strategies, stress reduction skills, support, insight, re-education and communication training.

Academically, Janet has a Masters degree in Social Work (MSSA) from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. With a strong framework and emphasis on psychodynamic knowledge as well as family and play therapy, Janet has broadened her skills to include the various modalities already mentioned. Now in her own "my time", she has enjoyed travel including attendance at international conferences where one is inspired, hearing of the work being done throughout the world by leaders in the mental health profession, to help people achieve a more fulfilling life.

Last Updated December 16, 2009

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