Danielle Campbell, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Parent Child Interaction Therapy
Postdoctoral Fellow - Oklahoma Pediatric Therapy Center
Certified PCIT Global Trainer
Born & Raised
Las Vegas, NV
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University
Danielle Campbell, Ph.D. is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow, Certified PCIT Global Trainer, and the Assistant Director of Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Incorporated. Dr. Campbell was born and raised in Las Vegas, and she graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Psychology.
Dr. Campbell earned both her Master’s and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees at Oklahoma State University. At OSU, Danielle was in the School Psychology Program where she specialized in academic and behavioral interventions for young children. Her dissertation focused on implementing Teacher Child Interaction Training (TCIT) services in Kindergarten classrooms.
Dr. Campbell completed her internship training, and is currently completing her Postdoctoral Fellowship, at the Oklahoma Pediatric Therapy Center (OPTC). OPTC is a multi-disciplinary agency that provides a wide range of early interventions, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and speech, occupational, physical, and behavioral therapy. Dr. Campbell specializes in the assessment and treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and children exhibiting challenging behaviors.
Prior to the pandemic in 2020, Dr. Campbell helped establish three, on-site PCIT training sites in Oklahoma City, Las Vegas, and Dallas. In response to the pandemic, she assisted with the creation of two training options so that clinicians could continue to learn and utilize PCIT services with families in their community: (1) Virtual PCIT Training which is conducted live via Zoom; and (2) the increasingly popular online, self-paced PCIT Training.
In addition to PCIT training, Dr. Campbell continues to provide PCIT services with families. She has experience delivering PCIT in several formats, including within the clinic (e.g., using an observation room, delivering PCIT within the same room), and telehealth (which is often referred to as iPCIT).
When she is not working, Dr. Campbell enjoys spending time with her family, shopping, camping, and shopping while drinking delicious Starbucks.