Mac Bischof-Campbell, MA, MHP
Psychologist FSP

Experience, methods, training, memberships


Born 1956 in Menominee, MI USA. Therapeutic counseling experience in Olympia, WA, USA (20 years) and in Zürich, Switzerland (15 years).

Therapy and counseling experience

Private Practice, Zürich, Switzerland since 2005

Private Practice, Olympia, WA USA 2003–2005

Behavioral Health Resources, Olympia, WA USA:
Therapist  2002–2005
Therapist Intern 2000–2002

South Sound Mental Health, Olympia, WA USA:
Director of Adult Mental Health Services 1999–2001
Assistant Director 1997–1999
Adult Case Management 1995–1997

Community Youth Services, Olympia, WA USA:
Group Care Coordinator 1989–1994
Residential Counselor for Adolescents 1987–1989

The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA USA:
Crisis Intervention Counselor 1985–1987

Other work engagements

Lilli – prevention of violence and the promotion of sexual health, Zürich, Switzerland:
English language specialist since 2018

Ratgeber Psychologie, Annette Bischof-Campbell
Supervisor 2002–2006


Cognitive Behavioral
Client Centered
Brief Solution Focused
Family Systems
Process Focused Group
Personalized Coaching and Education


Master’s Degree – Psychological Counseling
Chapman University, McChord AFB, WA USA

Sexocorporel Approach in Sexual Therapy – Certificate of Basic and Advanced Training
Zürich Institute for Clinical Sexology and Sexual Therapy ZISS

Certificate – Sex Education and Sexology
Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality IASHS, CA USA

Specialized Training

Cognitive behavioral therapy
Crucible Approach in couples' and sexual therapy
Sexocorporel Approach in sexual therapy
Brief Solution Focused Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Assessment and Diagnosis
Crisis Intervention
Group Dynamics
Chronic Neurobiological Disorders
Case Management
Treatment Planning
Dual Disorders
Cultural diversity


FSP – Federation of Swiss Psychologists

ZÜPP – Kantonalverband der Zürcher Psychologinnen und Psychologen

AASECT – American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists

ISI – Institut Sexocorporel International

SSSS – The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality