Rebecca Rangel Campón, Ph.D., LCAT, ATR-BC
Dept of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy
Dr. Campón is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy and the Director of Mentorship for the Latina Researchers Network, an organization that focuses on providing underrepresented scholars resources to succeed in academic and research activities. Subsequently, Dr. Campón serves on the programming committee for the biennial Latina Researchers Conference.
Dr. Campón provides clinical supervision to graduate students in various settings in New York City. As a Licensed Psychologist (NY), Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (NY) and Licensed Mental Health Counselor (MA), Dr. Campón has extensive clinical experience working with underrepresented populations in various outreach settings in Boston, Denver and New York City. Her past research focused on appropriated racial oppression, health and mental health of underrepresented populations and women's health issues. Current research is focused on impact of perceived stress on graduate students, validating her Appropriated Racial Oppression scale, and health disparities in women in various settings.
- Ph.D., Columbia University
- M.Phil., Columbia University
- M.A., Lesley University
- B.A., Rutgers University
- "The Appropriated Racial Oppression Scale: Development and preliminary validation". Rebecca R Campón, & Robert T Carter. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Vol 21(4), Oct 2015, 497-506.
- "Cultural consideration for mental health treatment with women of color", In Paludi, M. (Ed.), The Praeger Handbook on Women's Cancers: Personal and Psychosocial Insights, Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers, May 2014
- "Women and Borderline Personality Disorder", In P. Lundberg-Love, K. L. Nadal, & M. A. Paludi (Ed.), Women and Mental Disorders. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers, January 2012
- Cultural consideration for mental health treatment with women of color. In P. Lundberg-Love, K. L. Nadal, & M. Paludi (Ed.), Women and Mental Disorders. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers., January 2012
- Microaggressions and the life experience of Latina/o Americans. In D. W. Sue (Ed.), Microaggressions and Marginality: Manifestation, Dynamics, and Impact. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, July 2010