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Rosalyn Denise Campbell

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Associate Professor

Associate Professor and Coordinator & Chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, UGA School of Social Work

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.

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