Rebecca Campbell is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience working in both private practice as well as the public school setting. Practicing with the CT Neuropsychology Group as their Psychotherapist for the last 12 years has afforded her considerable range of experience with her population of focus: children, adolescents, young adults, families and parents specifically.
Alongside practicing privately, Rebecca worked as a school social worker in Wilton High School as well as for the Fairfield Public School system. While both the private and educational settings vary, Rebecca practiced with a focus on family systems, the interpersonal relationship as well as foundations of psychoanalysis imparted to her while attending the William Alanson White Institute.
Prior to attending the William Alanson White Institute, Rebecca graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration in 1993 from Bucknell University. Post-graduation, she worked in business for 8 years. It was during her placement as Human Resources Counselor to newly hired post graduates entering her company that she decided to make the shift into social work. Rebecca then started a family and attended New York University pursuing her Master in Social Work, earning her degree in 2006. During her Master Internship, Rebecca worked at the Child Guidance Center in Stamford, CT and Project Return Group Home for Adolescent Girls in Westport, CT. It was during these placements that she realized her passion for treating children and their families. Rebecca’s training in the William Alanson White Institute Child and Adolescent Training Program (2011-2014) with rich classroom instruction as well as on-site treatment further enhanced her knowledge base and experience treating the child, adolescent and their families across settings.