Felicia Campbell is a licensed clinical social worker in New Haven, Connecticut. She obtained her Masters in Social Work with a certificate in Mental Health from the University of Pittsburgh in April 2019 and her Bachelors in Forensic Science and Psychology from Syracuse University in 2017. Felicia has a diverse background working with vulnerable children, adolescents and families to support their positive growth and development in a variety of different locations including Syracuse, Pittsburgh, New York City, London and Connecticut. She has worked with children and youth with complex PTSD, behavioral and mental health challenges, developmental disabilities, and concerns for child abuse in legal settings, schools, and mental health clinics. Felicia has also worked with special victims and aided in the investigation and prosecution of dozens of cases of child sex abuse. In addition, Felicia has conducted and published clinical research on racial trauma in criminal justice, health care and education.
Felicia enjoys reggae music, traveling, gardening and spending time with her dog, family and friends. She loves tulips, art museums, documentaries and is a lover of all things pink!
Education & Training
- MSWUniversity of Pittsburgh (2019)
- BASyracuse University (2017)