Behavioral Health Services are available to Campbell University students. Health Center physicians refer students as needed and students contact Drs. Daniel Marlow and Jeff Krepps to schedule appointments.
Dan Marlowe, PhD, LMFT is a North Carolina licensed marriage and family therapist and member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Dr. Marlowe has worked in a variety of medical and mental health settings including a major university cancer center, federally qualified health center (FQHC), family medicine residency program, and state psychiatric hospital. His clinical experience is diverse ranging from mental health (depression, anxiety, PTSD, bi-polar disorder, etc.) and substance abuse issues, to behavioral management (e.g., smoking cessation, weight loss, pain management), to helping couples and families overcome conflict in their relationships. Dr. Marlowe is also trained in clinical hypnosis, which he uses regularly for individuals suffering from chronic pain, anxiety and/or phobias, as well as other mental health and medical related issues.
Jeff Krepps, PhD, is a North Carolina licensed marriage and family therapist, and a clinical fellow and approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Krepps has more than nineteen years of clinical experience working with individuals, families, and couples experiencing a variety of difficulties. His clinical experience includes work in a multiple settings, including private practice, family medicine clinic, university counseling/therapy clinic, sexual assault treatment center, private and public mental health clinics, community substance abuse treatment center, and home based therapy. His work in each of these settings has provided a wealth of experience in providing effective counseling services.
Call our appointment desk at 910-893-1562 to learn more about our primary care services or to schedule an appointment with a family medicine provider.