Casey Campbell, MS, CRC, LPC
I earned a Master’s degree in psychology from the University of Oregon in 2006, focused on researching perceptions of self conscious emotions shame, guilt, embarrassment, and pride. In 2013 I completed a masters degree rehabilitation counseling focused on helping people with chronic illness and disabilities. I had a long career in academic advising that began in 2003 and have been a therapist since 2013. I specialize in working with men struggling with depression, anxiety, emotions, loneliness, and connection.
Craft as Therapy
Sometimes words aren’t enough. It can be difficult to articulate verbally traumatic experiences, feelings of grief and loss, depression, and anxiety. Using our bodies, our senses, and creativity can help express and process issues that can’t be through talk therapy alone.