Paulette M. Gillig, MD, PhD
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Psychiatry); Best Doctors in America; Distinguished Fellow and Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association; Distinguished Fellow and Distinguished Life Fellow, Ohio Psychiatric Association; Best Doctors in the Dayton Region; Outstanding Achievement Medical Education and Research, Dayton Academy of Medicine; Alpha Omega Alpha; Nancy C.A. Roeske M.D. Award Medical Student Education; New York State Regents College Scholarship (4 years), NYS College Teaching Fellowship; B.A. Honors Program cum laude; University Fellowship (4 years, Ohio State); American Women's Medical Association Scholarship (Medical College of Ohio/University of Toledo); Clinical Neurosciences Award, Medical College of Ohio/University of Toledo; Director, Clinical Field Trials, International Classification of Diseases
- Clinical neuroscience: Section Editor, Psychiatry and Neurology, Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience;
Section Editor, Section IV "Psychological and Social Science Foundations of Psychiatry," Psychiatry, Third Edition, Tasman, Kay and Lieberman, eds. Wiley Press, London, England
- Psychotherapy: Section Editor, Psychotherapy Rounds, Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience
- Community psychiatry
Editorial Advisory Board, Psychiatry, Matrix Publications
Series Editor, "Psychotherapy Rounds," Psychiatry, Matrix Publications
- Underserved populations: Director Emerita, Divsion of Rural Psychiatry
Gentile J, Gillig PM Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability. WileyPublishing Company, West Sussex, England
PM Gillig and A Morrison : Incorporating Psychotherapy Into CommunityPsychiatry Appointments, Matrix Medical Corporation, Edgemont PA
PM Gillig and H L McQuistion Clinical Guide to Treatment of the Mentally Ill Homeless Person , American Psychiatric Press (APPI), Washington DC, London
ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Peirson R and Gillig PM : “Rural Psychiatry” in Manual of Community Psychiatry, SY Volpp et al eds, NYU Public Psychiatry Fellowship, Oxford University Press
Gillig PM: The role of brain networks in psychiatric disorders.
Gentile JP, Gillig PM "Intellectual Disability: Risk Factors", The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology
Gentile JP, Gillig PM et al (2016) “Obsessive Compulsive Disorders”, Diagnostic Manual-Intellectual Disability, Second Edition, NADD, Kingston, NY
Gentile JP, Gillig PM et al (2016): Diagnostic Manual-Intellectual Disability, Abridged version. NADD, Kingston, NY
Gentile JP, Gillig PM, Stinson K, Jensen J (2015) Toward impacting medical and psychiatric co-morbidities in persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience, Matrix Medical Corporation, West Chester PA
Gentile JP, Snyder M, Gillig PM. (2014) Stress and Trauma: Psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy fordepersonalization/derealization disorder. Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience. Matrix Medical Corporation, West Chester PA
Gillig PM: Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (2014). Psychiatry and Neurology. Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience. Matrix Medical Corporation, West Chester PA
Tennen H, Gillig PM, Boynton MH, O’Hara RE (2013): Social psychology: Theory, research and mental health implications. In Psychiatry, Tasman, Kay, Lieberman, eds
Gentile J, Dillon KS, Gillig PM (2013) Psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for patients with dissociative identity disorder. In Psychotherapy Rounds, Innovations in Clinical Neurosciences, Matrix Medical Publications, West Chester, PA
Sanders RD, Gillig PM (2012) Extrapyramidal examination in psychiatry. Psychiatry and Neurology. Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience, 9. Matrix Medical Corporation, West Chester, PA
Gillig PM, Morrison A and Silverblatt H (2012): Rural populations. In Community Psychiatrists' Handbook of Community Psychiatry, Edited by H.L. McQuistion, JM Feldman, JM Ranz and W Sowers,Springer Press, New York.
Morrison AK, Gillig PM (2012) Psychiatric assessment. In Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability Wiley Publications
Gentile J, Gillig PM, Sanders RD, Foley G (2012) Medical Assessment. In Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability: Wiley Publications
Gillig PM, Sanders RD (2012) Neurologic Conditions. In Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability Wiley Publications.
Gentile JP, Gillig PM (2012) Interviewing Techniques. In Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability Wiley Publications.
Gentile JP, Gillig PM (2012). Aggression. In Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability Wiley Publications.
Gillig PM and Morrison A (eds): Incorporating Psychotherapy Into Community Psychiatry Appointments. Matrix Publications, in press, 2009.
Gillig PM and Comer A (in press, 2009): A residency training program in rural psychiatry. Academic Psychiatry.
Gillig PM and McQuistion (eds): Clinical Guide to the Treatment of the Mentally Ill Homeless Person. APPI Press, 2006.
McQuistion HL, Ranz JM, Gillig PM: A survey of American psychiatric residency programs concerning education in homelessness, Academic Psychiatry, 28:2, 116-121, 2004.
Gillig PM et al (2003): Clinical Exchange. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. In press.
Gillig PM and Nolan B (2003): Dissociative Disorders. Hospital Physician. In press.
Gillig PM (2003): Adolescent crisis mental health services: modifications for rural "transitional areas." Psychiatric Services. In press.
Gillig PM, Sackellares JC, and Greenberg HS: Right hemisphere complex partial seizures: mania, hallucinations and speech disturbances during ictal events. Epilepsia, 29, 26-29, 1988.
Gillig PM, Greenwald AG: Is it time to lay the sleeper effect to rest. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1974.
Gillig PM: Evaluation apprehension and its effect on counterattitudinal information. PhD. Dissertation, 1973.
PAPERS GIVEN AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES
Gillig PM and Huffine C: Gaps in Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii
Gillig PM et al: Mental Health Services for Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Adolescents. 55th Institute on Psychiatric Services. American Psychiatric Association, Boston, Mass
Gillig PM: Rural Mental Health. Community Psychiatry in Virginia. The Journey to Recovery in Mental Health. University of Virginia School of Medicine CME Program, Charlottesville, VA (Sponsored by Virginia Department of Health, Office of Health Policy and Planning-Psychiatrists in Underserved Areas)
Gillig PM: Mobile outreach services. Invited presentation, by the New York State Department of Mental Health, Albany, New York
Gillig PM, Cutler D: "Rural Mental Health." Community Psychiatry in Virginia. The Journey to Recovery in Mental Health. University of Virginia School of Medicine CME Program, Charlottesville, VA, February 7-8, 2003. (Sponsored by Virginia Department of Health, Office of Health Policy and Planning-Psychiatrists in Underserved Areas.)
Gillig PM: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Personality Disorders with Emphasis on Cultural Sensitivity within the Appalachian Population. Columbiana County, Ohio, August 2001
Gillig PM, Rohland B, Raffo K, Comer E: Developing an Academic-State-Rural Partnership. All-Ohio Institute on Community Psychiatry, Cleveland, Ohio, March 2001.
B.A., SUNY Buffalo
M.A., Ph.D., Psychology, Ohio State University
M.D., Medical College of Ohio/University of Toledo
Internship, Internal Medicine, Case Western Reserve Affiliated Hospitals: Cleveland Metropolitan and VA Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Residency, Neurology, University of Michigan
Residency, Psychiatry, Ohio State University
(current) Professor Emerita of Psychiatry, Wright State University
Consulting Psychiatrist, Wright State Physicians
(previous) Associate Professor, Wright State University
Assistant Professor University of Cincinnati
Teaching Fellow, Ohio State University (Psychology)
(current) Consulting Psychiatrist, Butler Behavioral Health Services; (past): Consulting Psychiatrist, Consolidated Care, Chief Clinical Officer, Logan-Champaign Mental Health Services; Attending physician, Psychiatric Emergency Services, University of Cincinnati; Consultation Services, Miami Valley Hospital; Inpatient Service Attending, Lewis Center; Inpatient Service Attending, Central Ohio Psychiatric Services; Medical Director North Central Mental Health Services (Columbus)