Human Services Faculty
The Human Services program has 6 faculty members, including the HUS department head and 8 adjunct faculty members. The faculty members come from a variety of educational, clinical, and professional backgrounds. The majority of the core curriculum courses consist of lecture with an emphasis on class discussions and experiential learning opportunities. The student to faculty ratio is usually no more than 20 to 1 in face-to-face classes and no more than 20:1 in online courses. Faculty ratings by students are very high for both full-time and part-time faculty. All of the faculty ratings are consistently above average or outstanding, often exceeding a national average. Each of the full-time faculty are Human Services Board Certified Practitioners. Information on this certification can be found at www.cce-global.org/HSBCP .
Winfield Brown, MA
I received my BS in Psychology from the College of Charleston; received MA in Applied Psychology from Long Island University. I am a Nationally Certified Psychologist through NAMP. My areas of interest include disabilities as well as abnormal behavior. I currently serve as the Chairperson of the Human Rights Committee at the Pee Dee Regional Center.
Peggy Campbell, MS
I received a BA from Francis Marion, Florence, SC: major Sociology, focus; leadership and small group communication, diversity: Minors, Philosophy and History MS North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC: Sociology, focus; interpersonal communication: Minor, Psychology ABD Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Education, Post secondary Teaching and Learning, Adult Education: Dissertation in Progress. Areas of special focus clinically have been Addictions and Addiction Counseling; Gerontology and working with the elderly; Adolescent and family therapy; Women's issues and working with special populations. Certifications: Certified Substance Abuse Counselor; NC Substance Abuse Certification Board (1988-2000); Certified Clinical Supervisor, NC Substance Abuse Certification Board (1994-2000); National Certification in Substance Abuse (1994-2000); certified DWI Evaluation Specialist, NC Substance Abuse Certification Board, 1995-2000.
Tony Fowler, MS
I received MS in Clinical Psychology from Francis Marion, BS in Social Work from Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC and associates of science degree from Southeastern Community College in Whiteville, NC. My area of interests include: stress management (Dissertation Topic at FMU: A Stress Management Program for Nursing Students in an Associate of Nursing Program); human sexuality; learning styles; and behavior management.
Cheryl Cooper McGill, M.S.
I attended Francis Marion University and received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Minor in Sociology in 1986 and later in 1993 I received a Masters of Science in Applied Clinical Psychology from FMU as well. I am a Nationally Certified Psychologist through National Association of Masters Level Psychologists. Prior to working here I was employed by Family Therapy Associates as a Counselor. I have also worked as a counselor at Greenland Park Psychiatric Center and McLeod Hospital. My interests include: group dynamics; psychotherapeutic techniques and biological psychology.
Chris C. Thomas, M.S.
I received a BS degree in psychology and a minor in business administration from Coastal Carolina University in 1994. I completed an MS in Clinical Psychology from Francis Marion University in 1998. I am currently completing a graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. I plan to become a board certified behavior analyst after completing required field hours and successful passage of a written examination in behavior analysis administered by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (www.BACB.com). My interests include: applied behavior analysis, brain & behavior, psychopathology, child and adolescent psychology, and the teaching and development of scientific/critical thinking skills.
Brantlee Haire, MS
I received my BS in Psychology from Francis Marion University and my MS in Clinical Psychology form Francis Marion University. My areas of interest include interpersonal communication, human sexuality, and stress management. I am a Nationally Certified Psychologist (NCP).