Sargent Robert “Wiseman” Campbell, Ph. D, LCPC, LMFT, CADC
Wiseman Campbell, Ph. D is a very wise military veteran. He spent 28 years in the Air Force and dedicated 36 years of total service to his country. Sargent Campbell retired ranking in the top 1% of his field, by law. This is not something that can be voted on. The ranking was determined by a specific mathematic calculation based on Sgt. Campbell’s achievements. Wiseman, as he is known, has spent time in all 50 of the United States, 13 different countries, and can order a meal at a restaurant in 6 different languages.
If you tell Dr. Wiseman about any of your life experiences he is likely to say, “Been there, done that!” which is one of his favorite phrases. Another of his favorite phrases is, “If you get me once shame on you, if you get me twice shame on me!” Dr. Wiseman offers very wise counsel. In addition to being an excellent therapist he also has a background in engineering and led a project on the famous Exxon Valdez. He studied at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, UA-Anchorage, and the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Dr. Wiseman practices in Anchorage, Alaska where he retired from the United States Military after serving at Elmendorf Air Force Base for over10 years. Wiseman’s is a sports enthusiast. He was a former boxer and a Chicago Bears football fan. He is a skilled outdoor camper and fisherman and takes great care of his award winning jet black prize German shepherd named Midnight. Once he drove the Alcan through Canada to the Lower 48 during the winter with studs on his mobile home that toted his jeep. He did it because, in his words, “Now I can tell my grandkids I drove the Alcan.”
Wiseman affectionately calls Woody “Old Eagle Eye” for keen vision and quick insight. Wiseman has an organized mess in his office, which has hundreds of books and stacks of paper on his desk and floor. Displayed around the decorum of Wiseman’s office are multiple certificates of accomplishment along with his Chicago Bears Jerseys #40 & #51, his chess set, and his United States flag. Even though he is retired Dr. Wiseman proudly wears his Air Force uniform featuring his rank & stripes and cowboy boots during his daily business routine including counseling sessions.