Kate Campbell

Kate Campbell

Kate Campbell is a Ugandan and Ghanian heritage, UKCP accredited Systemic Family Psychotherapist; Social Worker, Author and Trainer working with individuals, families, networks, teams and communities, working at Great Ormond Street Hospital in the NHS and private practice in the UK. She is a fellow of the CMM Institute and passionate about improving services for marginalised groups and communities. She obtained a MA in Systemic Psychotherapy from the University of Essex and Tavistock with an Award of Merit. Kate has over 25 years managing, leading teams and working as a clinician across Health, Social Care, CAMHS, Not for Profit and Adult Services. She has clinical expertise in assessments and working therapeutically within: -Disability, Health and Illness -Diversity, Equality and Inclusion -Eating Disorders -Looked After and Adopted Children -Migrant, Refugee and Asylum-Seekers -Student and Staff Mentoring She is Co-lead on a Foundation Family Therapy Course and Visiting Lecturer on MSC Family Therapy ad Social Work Courses. She is an Emotional Wellbeing Specialist for Project 5, NHS National Wellbeing Hub and Student Mentor for BAATN (Black, African and Asian Therapy Network).

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About this Speaker

Kate Campbell is a Ugandan and Ghanian heritage, UKCP accredited Systemic Family Psychotherapist; Social Worker, Author and Trainer working with individuals, families, networks, teams and communities, working at Great Ormond Street Hospital in the NHS and private practice in the UK. She is a fellow of the CMM Institute and passionate about improving services for marginalised groups and communities. She obtained a MA in Systemic Psychotherapy from the University of Essex and Tavistock with an Award of Merit. Kate has over 25 years managing, leading teams and working as a clinician across Health, Social Care, CAMHS, Not for Profit and Adult Services. She has clinical expertise in assessments and working therapeutically within:


-Disability, Health and Illness

-Diversity, Equality and Inclusion

-Eating Disorders

-Looked After and Adopted Children

-Migrant, Refugee and Asylum-Seekers

-Student and Staff Mentoring


She is Co-lead on a Foundation Family Therapy Course and Visiting Lecturer on MSC Family Therapy ad Social Work Courses. She is an Emotional Wellbeing Specialist for Project 5, NHS National Wellbeing Hub and Student Mentor for BAATN (Black, African and Asian Therapy Network).

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