Natasha Campbell, BSW, M.S.W., LICSW
For over 17 years Natasha Campbell has supported a space for individuals to grow through the challenges of life, face their traumas, rebuild families and improve their overall emotional wellness. Campbell has a B.S.W. from the University of South Florida, an M.S.W. from Barry University and an M.B.A from the Isenberg School at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Campbell’s early journey was supporting young adults aging out of foster care and her current journey of supporting one as they heal from the emotional traumas of life stressors, all while facing her own challenges and reminding herself, “This too shall pass.” She remembers her mom telling her, “Life is always challenging. Look at it as you’re just on another adventure.” For herself, she faces all challenges mindfully with lots of compassion.
Today Campbell is an adjunct professor for Smith College School of Social Work and Elms College. She leads a thriving private psychotherapy group practice called Multicultural Clinical Services, LLC, and supports organizations to address power dynamics, work-life imbalances, inequalities, diversity and inclusivity for a healthier working environment through mindfulness practices and employee wellness. Her goal for organizations is to be able to bridge her world from social work practice to apply best practices for employee wellness by improving their current organization culture. What companies get is her clinical expertise, business mindset, a highly energetic and skillful consultant to cultivate a culture of employee wellness.