Dr. Lynne Campbell is a Forensic Specialist and Adult Educator from Toronto, Canada, with more than 15 years of experience in Mental Health and Addictions.
Dr. Campbell has helped others through both direct service work in hospitals such as CAMH, open and closed custody settings through The Ministry of Health, outreach work for the National Rehabilitation Institute Of Ontario, Private Practices, and has been a long-time Volunteer for The Assaulted Women’s Help Line. She has taught Psychology, Risk Assessment, Environmental Auditing, Defusing Hostility, Trauma Informed Care, the Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behaviour (PMAB), and Forensics (Serial Crime, The Personality Disorders, and The Paraphillias), for students of George Brown College, York University, and The University Of Toronto. Dr. Campbell created and piloted the first Addictions Worker College Diploma Program for CDI College’s Toronto Campus, comprised of 15 courses, mock scenarios and counselling sessions, and a mix of interactive learning activities, lectures, and required practicum. Her program was then CCACB approved in 2004. Lynne has been a trainer with CTI in the past for its violence prevention and community worker safety programs, and became a Certified Trainer in PMAB, trained by Robert “Butch” Schneider. She taught PMAB, CAMH wide, for several years beginning in 2007, as well as at their numerous satellites and partners/affiliates, in conjunction with CTI. She also enjoys playing with her cat, Muse, Golfing, Cycling, Billiards, Darts, Abstract Painting, Writing, Films, and performing as a Musician/Songwriter.