Dr. Scott E. Gillig
Program Coordinator: MS Educational Leadership
Ph.D., The University of Toledo, Educational Psychology; M.Ed., The University of Toledo, Guidance and Counseling; B.A., The University of Toledo, Psychology
Dr. Gillig has been a full-time professor for 25 years with an additional five years of part-time university teaching. He has had over 20 years of clinical experience as a counselor and psychologist and supervisor including working with chemically dependent adolescents and adults in a dual diagnosis chemical dependency treatment residential unit. Dr. Gillig is currently a Professor and Coordinator of the Educational Leadership Master’s Program at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida where he teaches undergraduate, masters’ and doctoral courses primarily in the areas of research and psychology. His research interests include photopsychology, counseling outcomes, depression alleviation, chemical dependency treatment, treatment planning, and student mentoring. He has served as dissertation chairperson for over a dozen students and serves on numerous other dissertation committees.
- Gillig, S.E. and Cingel, P.A. (2016). Co-occurring disorders and addictions treatment, 3nd Edition (in Foundations of addictions counseling). David Capuzzi & Mark Stauffer, Editors. New York: Allyn and Bacon.
- Gillig, S., Cherry, A., Moon, C., Cingel, P., & Lewis, T. (2008). Measures for counseling practice evaluation (MCPE): An outcome tool for evaluating effectiveness throughout the counseling process. OCA Journal of Professional Counseling, April, 1-30.
- Gillig, S.E. and Blackwell, E. (2006). Self-Advocacy for School Counselors. Dade Counseling Association Bridges, Dec., 5.
- Sperry, L. & Gillig, S.E. (2005). Psychopathology (in Family Therapy Review: Preparing for comprehensive and licensing exams). Robert Coombs, Editor. Mahwak, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.
- • Duffy, M., & Gillig, S., Editors and Authors. (2004). Teen gangs: A global view. The World View of Social Issues Series. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.