Our Team

The staff of Counseling For Change is diverse and most have attained at least a Master’s degree in his chosen field. CFC is also a teaching facility and offers internships to students from the University of Southern Indiana, IVYTech, and others. CFC provides “hands on” learning opportunities to as many as eight interns each semester. CFC believes that ongoing training is an important part of staff development, and all therapists are offered opportunities to attend seminars and workshops to keep up on the latest treatment protocols.
William Campbell, LCSW, LCAC<br />Executive Director

William Campbell, LCSW, LCAC
Executive Director

William Campbell is the Executive Director of CFC. With a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, he brings over forty years of experience in the field of addictions and mental health to CFC. He is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LSCW) as well a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor. As the field changes, Mr. Campbell continues to add certifications such as the DMHA Approved Compulsive Gambling Treatment Counselor to better serve the clients of CFC. He is also a member of ICAADA with a CADAC II certification.

A noted community voice in the field, Mr. Campbell is the founder of the Drug and Alcohol Deferral Service in Evansville, Indiana, and has significant experience working with Court referred substance abuse offenders. He has transferred this expertise to CFC where he continues to teach and mentor new substance abuse workers.

Mr. Campbell has also served as an associate professor at the University of Southern Indiana, the University of Evansville, and Western Michigan University where he taught classes about the treatment of addiction.

Mr. Campbell oversees the day to day operations of the organization. As a “hands on” Director, Mr. Campbell provides individual and group therapy to adults, couples, and families. His experience includes the treatment of substance abuse and dependence, domestic violence, behavior and emotional disorders, depression, anxiety, anger management, and interpersonal relationship difficulties.

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