Barbara Campbell, PhD

Adjunct Associate Professor

Oregon/Hawaii Node - NIDA CTN
Oregon Health & Science University
1942 NW Kearney St. #24
Portland, Oregon 97209
Phone: 503.221.7074
E-mail Dr. Barbara Campbell



BA (1976) Saint John Fisher College
MA (1978) University of New Mexico
PHD (1981) University of New Mexico
Clinical Psychology Internship (1980-81), Portland VA Medical Center

Major Areas: 

Addictions Treatment , Research to Practice, Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

Experience and Interests

Dr. Campbell specializes in addictions treatment research, currently focusing on interventions that increase treatment engagement and retention.  In addition, she studies factors that facilitate the transfer of empirically tested treatments into clinical practice.  She is a co-investigator within the Oregon/Hawaii Node of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network. Dr. Campbell is also a licensed psychologist and practicing clinician in Portland. She provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services to individuals and couples, as well as consultation and clinical training.  


  • Guydish, J., Campbell, B. K.,Manuel, J. K., Delucchi, K., Le, T.Peavy, K. M.McCarty, D. (2014). Does Treatment Fidelity Predict Client Outcomes in 12-Step Facilitation for Stimulant Abuse? Drug and Alcohol Dependence,134, 330-336.
  • Campbell, B. K., Buti, A.,Fussell, H.E., Srikanth, P., McCarty, D. & Guydish, J.R. (2013). Therapist predictors of treatment delivery fidelity in a community-based trial of 12-step facilitation. American Journal of Drug Alcohol Abuse, 39, 304-311
  • *Campbell B.K., Manuel J. K., Manser, S. T., Peavy K. M., Stelmokas, J., McCarty, D., Guydish, J. R. (2013). Assessing fidelity of treatment delivery in group and individual 12-step facilitation. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 44,169-176.

    *this publication is present but listed as in press on web page
  • Campbell, B.K., Manuel., J.K., Turcotte Manser, S., Peavy, , K.M., Stelmokas, J., McCarty, D. & Guydish, J. (in press).  Assessing Fidelity of Treatment Delivery in Group and Individual 12-Step Facilitation. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Campbell, B. K. (2011). Fidelity in public health clinical trials: Considering provider-participant relationship factors in community treatment settings. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 71, S64-S65. 
  • Booth, R.E., Campbell, B. K., Mikulich-Gilbertson, S. K., Tillotson, C.  Choi, D., Robinson, J. et al. (2011). Reducing HIV-related risk behaviors among injection drug users in residential detoxification. AIDS and Behavior, 15, 1, 30-44.
  • Booth, R., & McCarty, D. (2010). Predicting Outpatient Treatment Entry Following Detoxification for Injection Drug Use: The Impact of Patient and Program Factors. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 38, 4, Suppl 1, S87-S96
  • Campbell, B.K., Fuller, B., Lee, E.S., Woelfel, T., Jenkins, L., Robinson, J.,      Booth, R., &     McCarty, D. (2009). Facilitating outpatient treatment entry     following detoxification for injection drug use:  A multi-site test of three interventions. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 23, 260 –     270.
  • McCarty, D., Kunkel, L. & Campbell, B., (2008). Confidentiality. In G. Fisher &     N. Roget (editors).  Encyclopedia of Substance Abuse Prevention,     Treatment, and Recovery.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Baer, J., Ball, S., Campbell, B., Miele, G., Schoener, G. & Tracy, K.     (2007).Training and Fidelity Monitoring of Behavioral Interventions in     Multi-Site Addictions Research: A Review. Drug and Alcohol     Dependence, 87, 107-118.
  • Campbell, B. K., Krumenacker, J., & Stark, M. (1998). Smoking cessation for     clients in chemical dependence treatment: A demonstration project.     Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 15, 4, 313-318.
  • Campbell, B. K., Wander, N., Stark, M., & Holbert, T. (1995). Treating cigarette     smoking in drug-abusing clients. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment,     12, 2, 89-94.