Dr. Campbell has been in private practice since 2006, specializing in the stress/trauma/recovery spectrum and how it plays out in people's bodies, minds, and hearts. She has done further study in cannabis science, online course development, telehealth, reiki, and qigong. She has been Director since 2017 and adjunct faculty since 2012.

Professional Narrative

Memberships: Maryland Acupuncture Society (MAS), American Society of Acupuncturists (ASA), National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA), Society for Acupuncture Research (SAR), IM4US/Integrative Medicine for the Underserved

Co-founding practitioner of Acupuncture For Veterans in Maryland - treating active duty, veterans, reservists, and their family members at the Owings Mills VFW Post #521 since 2007

Practitioner at Clay Pots, a community center in SW Baltimore

Previous Company Acupuncturist for Daydreams & Nightmares Aerial (DNA) Performance Company

Previous Board Member for Joy Wellness at Shepherd's Clinic, a truly integrative community health center in Baltimore

Previous Acupuncturist at the Baltimore City Men's Detention Center in downtown Baltimore


Diagnostic Interaction

Healing & Transforming the Emotions

Orientation to Clinic

Personal Narrative

Dr. Campbell is an acupuncturist, an herbalist, a Somatic Touch practitioner, a former theatrical union stage manager, a mom, a partner, an artist, a musician, a crossword puzzler, a writer, a gardener, a reader, a storyteller, and a curiosity seeker. She enjoys creating bridges between people and ideas and firmly believes that if the process of getting there isn't as rewarding as the final product, she hasn't done her job. She regularly practices walking towards things that scare her and she also knows that life is too short not to be having a good time.

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