Contact279 Williams Street, Rm 346
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- Phone: (706) 542-5749
Rosalyn Denise Campbell’s research and teaching interests include racial/ethnic and gender disparities in mental health, behavioral health services and service use among members of underserved populations.
Her research focuses on understanding the socio-cultural factors impacting the use of services among Black American men and women experiencing mental health disorders, particularly depression. In particular, she has explored the depression, help-seeking and service use experience of Black Americans clinically and/or self-diagnosed with depression. Her research examines factors that operate as facilitators and/or barriers to mental health service utilization among Black American men and women diagnosed with depression.
Mental health and disorders of adults and elderly, social work practice in mental health
Black American mental health, help-seeking and mental health service utilization, mental health disparities, stigma