Susan M. Campbell
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|Susan M. Campbell|
July 16, 1941|
Campbell earned her Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Massachusetts in 1967, and remained as a member of that school’s Graduate Faculty until 1977, when joined Saybrook University in San Francisco where she holds an adjunct faculty appointment. She was also on the faculty of the unaccredited International University of Professional Studies. Since 1967 she has also pursued a career as a professional speaker and a consultant and trainer. She is also President of Getting Real Resources, a coaching and training company.
Her work has been featured in magazines including New Woman, Psychology Today, Self, Harvard Business Review, Seventeen, Men's Health, New Age, Fast Company, and Yoga Journal, and she has been a guest on national TV talk shows such as Dr. Dean Edell, CNNs NewsNight, and Good Morning America, and has guest lectured at the Harvard, Stanford, and UCLA business schools.
Her most recent work, described in her best-selling book, Getting Real and her more recent Truth in Dating, and Saying Whats Real, centers on using honest communication for personal healing and expanded self-awareness. The roots of this work are in Buddhist psychology, Gestalt Therapy, Sensory Awareness, Psychoanalysis, and Jungian psychology.
- Expanding Your Teaching Potential: Education for Participation in a Changing World (Irvington, 1977)
- The Couple’s Journey: Intimacy as a Path to Wholeness (Impact, 1980)
- Beyond the Power Struggle: Dealing with Conflict in Love and Work (Impact, 1984)
- From Chaos to Confidence: Survival Strategies for the New Workplace (Simon & Schuster, 1995)
- Getting Real: 10 Truth Skills You Need to Live an Authentic Life (New World Library, 2001)
- The Everything Great Sex Book, Campbell, Susan, and Heumann, Suzie. (Adams Media, 2002)
- Truth in Dating: Finding Love by Getting Real (New World Library, 2002)
- Saying What’s Real: Seven Keys to Authentic Communication and Relationship Success (New World Library, 2003)
Articles (In Juried professional journals)
- Anderson, Susan Campbell. “The Effects of Confrontation,” Journal of Counseling Psychology, 16(5) 1968.
- Anderson, Susan Campbell, and Jules Zimmer. “The Dimensions of Empathy and Positive Regard,” Journal of Counseling Psychology, 15 (5), 1968.
- Campbell, Susan. “Women and Success,” The Humanistic Psychology Institute Review, 1 (1) Summer 1978.
- Carkhuff, Robert, Susan Campbell Anderson and Mae Alixik, “Do We have a Theory of Vocational Choice?” Journal of Personnel and *Guidance, 46 (4) 1968.
- Campbell, Susan. “Developing Ego-Strength in Drug-Dependent Persons Using Group Therapy,” Correctional Psychologist, 4, Fall 1971.
- Campbell, Susan. “Working through the Impasse in Self and Society: Gestalt Therapy Applications in Personal and Community Development,” The Gestalt Therapist, 11(1) Fall 1975.
- Campbell, Susan. “Working Through the Power-Vulnerability Polarity,” Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 8 (2), 1977.
- Campbell, Susan. “The Co-Creative Teacher: A Key Dimension in Accelerated Learning,” Journal of Accelerated Learning, 10(3) Spring 1980.
- "Faculty: Campbell, Susan". International University of Professional Studies. Retrieved December 29, 2009.
- "Faculty". Saybrook University, Graduate College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies. Retrieved February 4, 2010.
- "Susancampbell.com". Retrieved 2010-02-04.
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