Dr. Marlowe is the founding Chair of the Department of Behavioral Health at Campbell School of Osteopathic Medicine.
He 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 academic performance, 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.
Dr. Krepps is the Director of Behavioral Health Education & Research at Campbell School of Osteopathic Medicine. He received his Ph.D. in Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University where he also completed a specialization in Medical Family Therapy, and he received his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Appalachian State Dr. Krepps’s clinical experience spans 19 years and 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. In addition to his clinical experience, Dr. Krepps is the former Site-director and Assistant Professor of Pfeiffer University’s marriage and family therapy (MFT) graduate program (Raleigh/Durham campus). He is a former Assistant Professor with the MFT graduate program at East Carolina University (ECU), and a former adjunct assistant professor of psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry within ECU’s Brody School of Medicine. He was President of the North Carolina Association for Marriage and Family Therapy from 2013-2014 and served on the board for 12 years.
Samantha Turnipseed, MS, LCMHC-S is the Assistant Director of Clinical Services for the Department of Behavioral Health. She is licensed by the state of North Carolina as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Supervisor. Samantha received her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from the State University of New York at Albany, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Syracuse University. Her clinical experience includes providing intensive psychiatric rehabilitation treatment to individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, and outpatient counseling with adolescents and young adults with a focus on trauma treatment. In her current role, Samantha provides counseling to graduate students of Campbell University. She is passionate about providing and teaching the tenants of trauma-informed care.
Tracie Connor, MA, LCMHC-A is a Behavioral Health Clinician for the Department of Behavioral Health. She is licensed by the state of North Carolina as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. Tracie received her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from North Carolina State University. Her clinical experience includes providing counseling/therapy to young adults, adults, geriatric and Veteran populations. Tracie also provided integrative behavioral care at the Campbell University Health Center for both university and community members. In her current role, Tracie provides counseling to medical students and other health professionals along with graduate students of Campbell University. She is passionate about mindfulness-based care and the relationship between neuroscience and mental health care.
Teresa Butrum is the Administrative Assistant for the Department of Behavioral Health at Campbell School of Osteopathic Medicine. She received her Associate Degree in Applied Science, Medical, and Legal, from Central Carolina Community College in Sanford, NC. Ms. Butrum has 30 years of administrative experience, which includes 15 years of serving as Executive Assistant to the Lead Pastor at Opendoor Church in Winterville, NC. She provides administrative support to the CUSOM Behavioral Health team through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. She serves as the initial point of contact for anyone seeking clinical services from Behavioral Health.