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Course Length

1 hour


Paths to Mental Health Professions with Bevin Campbell, PsyD


Paths to Mental Health Professions is a series of one-hour conversations with people who hold a variety of roles in the mental and behavioral health field who will share insights into their education and career path. This series will introduce different career options and help demystify the requirements involved. Speakers will describe their unique paths, including how they got where they are, challenges they overcame, and lessons learned along the way. The Academy seeks to show and encourage diversity in the field, including by sharing stories from professionals with diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural identities, lived experiences, and motivations for doing this work, as well as people with a variety of degrees, licenses, and roles. Learners will have an opportunity to ask questions of each speaker.

Speaker: Bevin Campbell, PsyD

Bevin Campbell is a licensed psychologist who has a psychotherapy practice, teaches graduate courses at Long Island University, and is a clinical supervisor for psychology doctoral candidates at Long Island University and Pace University. Her professional experience includes roles in research, consultation and training in mental health topics such as grief and depression.

Bevin holds a PsyD from Long Island University, a postgraduate certificate in couple therapy from Adelphi University, and is an advanced candidate at the William Alanson White Institute for Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology.


This session will include an interview with Bevin Campbell followed by Q&A.


This course is open to staff of any non-profit organization or government agency that delivers social services in NYC. It is also open to students who are interested in pursuing careers in the mental and behavioral health field.