Al Campbell

By way of introduction, I am an adjunct professor at Moraine Valley Community College since 2004 where I teach philosophy, world religions, and western humanities. I have also taught at St. Francis, DeVry, and Purdue North Central.

I have received my bachelors in philosophy from Muskingum College, a masters in history and theology from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and a doctorate in organizational psychology from McCormick Theological Seminary. In addition, I have done post-graduate studies in medical ethics at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and have written a human-interest column for over a dozen years for a paper in Dixon, IL. Teaching and writing assignments have permitted me to travel extensively throughout all of Western and parts of Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Indochina, and South Pacific. I have taught a class for St. Francis in Tibet and China.  I took my third trip to Myanmar (Burma) during winter break this past year.

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Summary of Experience:

Over thirty-five years of experience as a psychotherapist, corporate consultant, writer, pastor, and professor. Taught undergraduate students art history, psychology, world religions, communications, sociology, philosophy, film and literature, and ethics. Conducted seminars for local steel mills, corporations, law enforcement agencies, and educational groups. Partial list of subjects taught in seminars, workshops, and classes:
World Religions
Ethics and Morality
Family Dynamics
Film and Literature
Communication Skills
Stress/Time Management
Birth Order
Hostage Negotiations
Imaging and Goal Setting
Art History
Conflict Management
Problem Solving

Work History:

President and CEO We Are Family Inc. in Myanmar
Crown Point, IN
2018 - present
Adjunct Professor Moraine Valley Community College
Palos Hills, IL
2004 - present
Visiting Professor DeVry University
Tinley Park, IL
2000 - 2015
Adjunct Professor University of St. Francis
Joliet, IL
1998 - 2010
Psychotherapist Care Counseling Services
Valparaiso, IN
1993 - 2011
Columnist The Telegraph,
Dixon, IL
1992 - 2005
Guest Lecturer Purdue University, North Central Campus
Westville, IN
1989 - 1991
Writer/Consultant Wolverton Mountain Enterprises
Valparaiso, IN
1988 - present
Psychotherapist Crisis Counseling Services
Valparaiso, IN
1983 - 2011
Head of Staff First Presbyterian Church
Valparaiso, IN
1981 - 1988
Head of Staff First Presbyterian Church
Dixon, IL
1975 - 1981
Co-Pastor Church of Christ Uniting
Kingston, PA
1971 - 1975
Assistant Pastor Westminster Presbyterian Church
Akron, OH
1969 - 1971


Masters Keller Graduate School of Management
Human resource management
2007 -
Doctorate McCormick Theological Seminary
Chicago, IL
Philosophy, theology, and psychology
Honors: A- (2.83/3.0 scale)
1975 - 1981
Post-Graduate Studies University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, Scotland
Medical ethics and theology
1968 - 1969
Masters Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Pittsburgh, PA
History, philosophy, and theology
1965 - 1968
Bachelors Muskingum College
New Concord, OH
Philosophy and Greek
1961 - 1965

Certification, Award, Position, and Membership:

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 1993-2011
Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy 1995-2011
Governor's Commission on Drugs and Alcohol 1993-2011
Outstanding Teaching Award, University of St. Francis 2004
Member of the Dixon, IL School Board 1978-81
Student Body President, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 1967-68
Teaching Assistant at Muskingum College 1964-65


Traveled extensively throughout Western and Eastern Europe, Mideast, Africa, Indochina, South America, India, Tibet, China, and French Polynesia. Studied in Scotland and Austria. Taught a college class in Tibet and China. Recently returned from my third trip to Myanmar (Burma).


Interviews with Al Campbell

On NPR's Worldview with Jerome McDonnell

Al in studio with Jerome
NPR Home Page

Discussing Scottish Independence

Discussing Steve Biko

This is Claude King’s song, Wolverton Mountain.

View some of my PowerPoint Presentations:

Read my Commencement Address at DeVry

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