Marcie Campbell

Marcie Campbell received her B.A in Psychology and a Masters in Counselling Psychology program from Western University  In her role as Research Associate at the Centre for Research & Education on Violence against Women & Children (CREVAWC), Marcie conducts research on issues related to woman abuse and children exposed to domestic violence, with specific attention to the role of perpetrators and domestic homicide prevention. Her clinical interests focus on engaging abusive men in treatment programs. Since 2006, Marcie has been the research assistant for the Domestic Violence Death Review Committee (DVDRC) of Ontario until 2013 when she was appointed full committee member. She also served as a research consultant to the evaluation of the Defending Childhood initiative in the U.S. Marcie has been invited to present research and new initiatives around identifying and managing high risk cases and domestic homicide prevention for the Law Society of Upper Canada, and the National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative in the U.S. Marcie co-authored the book, Growing up with domestic violence (Hogrefe Publishing), dealing with children exposed to domestic violence.