Jane McCampbell is a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified EMDR therapist. She received her master’s degree from Bethel Seminary in St Paul, MN. She specializes in treating grief, trauma and relational issues. She works with individuals and couples.
Jane’s approach to therapy is drawn from both systems and attachment theories, which means she attends to the family of origin of each client and their relationships with primary attachment figures.
She believes that our expectations of the world and others in it are significantly impacted by our early-life experiences, and frequently observes how interactional patterns come down the generations and play out in our adult relationships.
Jane uses an educational style that promotes understanding of how we all come by our issues honestly, enabling greater compassion for ourselves, for others, and for our shared humanity.
She specializes in treating grief, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), developmental trauma (such as physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse inflicted during childhood), anxiety, panic disorder, phobias and insomnia.
She also treats many common couples issues, including concerns over communication, conflict resolution, boundaries, intimacy and codependency.
In addition to her specialty areas, Jane frequently works with issues associated with spirituality, cultural adjustment and career/workplace concerns.
Jane is certified in EMDR Therapy – a life-changing treatment for clients struggling with traumatic memories, reactivity and anxiety – and typically uses the EMDR Therapy model to organize her individual therapy approach.
Before becoming a therapist …
Jane is originally from London, England and has been in the U.S. since 2002. For many years she volunteered in central London at a 24-hour helpline and drop-in center for the suicidal and despairing. Therapy is her second career following 17 successful years in business, ranging from small start-ups to multi-national corporations. In addition to her practice, she teaches in a marriage and family therapy graduate program.