Dr. Kendra Campbell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Fall 2016 Office Hours
Fridays 12-2pm & by appointment
Office: 704B Gruening Building
.~ If unable to reach Dr. Campbell, please call the Department of Psychology direct. We are always happy to assist!
Dept Contact Information:
Phone: (907) 474-7007
Education & Training:
-Postdoctoral Fellowship in Primary Care Psychology, San Francisco VA Medical Center
-Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Seattle Pacific University
-B.A. in Psychology, University of Southern California
Dr. Campbell's research focuses on family relational health and integrated healthcare. She is currently conducting research on biomarkers related to prenatal preventive health funded by a pilot grant through the Center for Alaska Native Health Research (http://www.uaf.edu/canhr/). She also conducts research on the development, implementation, and ongoing evaluation of integrated primary care-behavioral health services at local medical facilities. To learn more about her Family and Preventive Health Research Lab, go to: http://www.uaf.edu/fphl
Selected Publications & Presentations:
Laweryson, A.*, Yatsushiro, K.*, Gomez, O.*, Hampton, A.*, Shah, D.*, & Campbell, K. (2016, May). Relationship between food insecurity and mental health in pregnant women and their infants. Poster presentation at the 6th International Conference on Community Psychology, Durban, South Africa.
Vasquez, A.R.*, McKnight, L.*, Gomez, O.*, & Campbell, K. (2016, August). Integrated Primary Care-Behavioral Health Program Implementation in Interior Alaska. Poster presentation at annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.
Kroener, J.*, Shah, D.*, Yatsushiro, K.*, & Campbell, K. (2016, August). Prenatal stress and postnatal health outcomes in the Alaskan community: A preventive approach. Poster presentation at annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.
Vasquez, A.R.*, Leonard, H.*, Shah, D.*, McKnight, L.*, Vance, D.**, Campbell, K., Skewes, M.C. (2015, October). Assessing Alaskan Substance Abuse Treatment Provider Attitudes toward Adopting Evidence-Based Practices and Barriers Encountered in the Provision of Treatment. Poster presented at the 2015 meeting of the Rural Behavioral Health Conference, in Minneapolis, MN.
Campbell, K., McKnight, L.*, Vasquez., A.R.*, Shah, D.*, & Leonard, H.* (2015, April). Assessing the behavioral health needs of primary care clinics in interior Alaska. Poster presented at annual convention for the Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Antonio, TX.
Dulin, P., Gonzalez, V., & Campbell, K. (2013). Results of a pilot test of a self-administered Smartphone-based treatment system for alcohol use disorders: Usability and early outcomes. Substance Abuse. doi:10.1080/08897077.
Campbell, K. , Baughn, D., Shunk, R., & Romano, E. (2013). Advancing Integrated Primary Care Education in the VA Medical System. Symposium presentation at the annual convention of the Collaborative Family Health Association, Denver, CO.
Campbell, K. & Thoburn, J.W. (2011). Mindful parenting: The relationships among trait mindfulness, parenting s tress, and parental responsiveness. Poster presentation at the APA annual convention, Washington, DC.
Professional Organization Memberships:
-Society for Behavioral Medicine
-Collaborative Family Healthcare Association
-Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
-American Psychological Association:
- Division 12: Society of Clinical Psychology
- Division 18: Society for Psychologists in Public Service
- Division 38: Health Psychology
- Division 43: Society for Family Psychology
For more information on the UAF-UAA Joint Ph.D. Program, please visit the link below:
~ Dr. Campbell, is always happy to answer any inquiries regarding the UAF Joint Ph.D. Program.