Mirian Campos

Mirian Campos (no photo)

Visiting Faculty Member, Counseling

Counseling

Academic Credentials

Ed.D, LPC, NCC, CN-BA

Bio

Dr. Mirian Campos is a Virginia native who received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from George Mason University. Dr. Campos is also an alum of Marymount University receiving her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Ed.D in Counselor Education and Supervision. As a multilingual therapist, Dr.Campos has a passion for providing mental health support to Spanish-speaking communities who are often underserved due to language barriers. Dr. Campos currently works at Virginia Hospital Center as a Patient Navigator/Oncology Counselor and provides supportive services to cancer patients and their families.

Teaching Areas

Foundations, Ethics, and Professional Issues in Counseling, Advanced Human Growth and Development, Counseling for Individuals, Practicum, and Counseling Supervision

Research Interests

Compassion Fatigue in Oncology Staff, and Mental Health concerns affecting the Latinx Community,

Publications

“2017 “Ecos medievales: transformaciones y orígenes del tópico de la translatio imperii en dos textos de la literatura guadalupana novohispana”, Prolija Memoria 1 (2017), pp.99-115. 2014 “El nacimiento de la nación criolla: mito, historia e identidad en la narrativa de Miguel Sánchez”, Revista Destiempos 37, México, 2014, pp. 58-75. 2013 “La invasión napoleónica a través de la escritura oracular novohispana: el caso de La transmigración de la iglesia de Guadalupe, Revista Aequitas, España, 2013. 2012 “Las herejías místicas de Ana Rodríguez de Castro y Agustina Josefa de Jesús Vera Villavicencio Palacios: prácticas, motivos y orígenes”, Revista de la Inquisición (numero 16), España, 2012. 2011 “Muertos y Maltratados: Los personajes infantiles de Nájera y la crítica social”, Decires, México, 2011.”