- 20+ years of experience working with website and graphic design
- 38+ years of experience working as a freelance writer
- 12+ years of experience in the mental health industry
Bruce Campbell can say he has had three careers. In his first career, he worked with graphic and website design for more than 20 years. During this early career, he worked with ClickNation. Bruce's second career is as a writer. He has more than 38 years of experience writing for professional and layperson audiences. His work appears in Investopedia, Scientific American Explorations, Working Woman, Industrial Design, Live and Learn (NRTA), and Editorial Eye. Bruce's work for Investopedia focuses on discussing issues related to credit cards and the costs of college. He blogs with Brooklyn-Artisan.Net and also worked as an adjunct lecturer with Stony Brook University.
Bruce has also been trained in social work, his third career, and a field he has worked in for more than 12 years. He is the mental health coordinator with Ryan Health. Bruce is the creator of 11 Cards: Quick Start Guide, a management system for beginning therapists.
Bruce earned a masters in social work (MSW) from Stony Brook University in 2005. He also holds a post-master’s certificate in advanced clinical practice and a Bachelor of Arts in English. Bruce has also completed courses in graphic design.