Welcome to Five Tribes Therapy!
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Indigenous American Culture
ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy)
I understand that starting the therapeutic process can be a daunting prospect and I applaud you for taking this first step.
Finding the perfect fit with a psychotherapist can be challenging but rewarding at the same time. There are certainly many clinicians to chose from, of all ages, stages, walks of life, genders, and specialties, etc. A good rule of thumb is to give yourself a chance to find a good fit, utilizing a “give it three times” concept. I look forward to the prospect of meeting with you and accompanying you on a journey of personal growth and achievement.
When I was 26, I moved to San Diego, CA. It was the 80s - shoulder pads, hair bands, spandex, permed hair (the higher the better!) - and I was having a GREAT time! I worked at various places, made new friends, and found myself really enjoying the “bright lights, big...
In the 1960s and 1970s, Kansas, a state that derived its name from Indigenous Americans (the Kansa, or Kaw, of eastern Kansas and Oklahoma), was a predominantly mono-cultural place. The small town in western Kansas where I was raised was much the same. There were no...
On June 15, 2023, The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 was affirmed by the Supreme Court of the United States, with a 7-2 vote. Being a “pre-ICWA baby,” born some years before ICWA was established in Congress, this was a very emotional and impactful day for me. As the...
I utilize an Eclectic Therapeutic approach as I have found, over the years, that “bits and pieces” of various therapeutic theory resonates more clearly with me, and, subsequently, with my clients.
As a therapist myself, I was intrigued by the use of EMDR. Being a parent of a tween, my buttons are getting pushed on a regular basis and my frustration was increasing. My triggers were getting the way of doing what I know is best for my child. Leslie’s style is supportive, encouraging and non-judgmental,
Leslie Campbell is a terrific therapist. She is very compassionate and sensitive to others’ needs, and goes above and beyond the call of duty to help her clients. She visited me when I was in the hospital, and met with my mom and I when we were applying for benefits at the Social Security office.
After 20 years of struggling with mental issues, my daughter found Leslie Campbell. As was not the case with a parade of others, Leslie cared enough to earn my daughter’s trust and finally, and most importantly, correctly diagnosed her. With proper medication she is so much better. With a depth of understanding borne of many