Richard C. Gilman, PhD

Psychologist, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Phone 513-636-8172

Email richard.gilman@cchmc.org

Depression; anxiety; adjustment issues; learning issues 

Dr. Gilman is a fellow in the American Psychological Association (Division 16, school psychology) and a fellow in the International Society for Quality of Life Studies. He is the author of The Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools (now undergoing its second revision), an associate editor of Behavioural Change and School Psychology Review, and he is on the editorial board of five academic journals. With over 80 peer-reviewed publications, books, and book chapters on risk/resiliency factors in child development, Dr. Gilman’s work has been formally recognized by the American Psychological Association.

PhD: University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

Fellowship: Georgia State University Counseling Center, Atlanta, GA.

Residency: Father Flanagan’s Boy’s Home (aka Boy’s Town), Boys Town, NE.

Bowker JC, Adams RE, Fredstrom B, Gilman R. Experiences of being ignored by peers during late adolescence: Linkages to psychological adjustment. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. 2013. Epub ahead of print.

Deckman T, DeWall N, Way B, Gilman R, Richman S. Can Marijuana reduce social pain?Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2013. Epub ahead of print.

Gilman R, Chard K, Schumm J. Hope as a change mechanism in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder among veterans. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy. 2012 May;4(3):270-277.

Gilman R, Carter-Sowell A, DeWall N, Adams R,  Carboni I. Validation of the Ostracism Experiences Scale for adolescents. Psychological Assessment. 2013;25(2): 319-330.

Carboni I, Gilman R. Brokers at risk: Gender differences in the effects of structural position on social stress and life satisfactionGroup Dynamics. 2012 Sep;16(3):218-230.

DeWall CN, Gilman R, Shariff V, Carboni I, Rice KG. Left out, sluggardly, and blue: Low self-control mediates the relationship between ostracism and depression. Personality and Individual Differences. 2012;16:218-230.

Fredstrom B, Adams R, Gilman R. Distinct correlates related to on-line versus in-person peer victimization among adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 2011;40:405-415.

Froehlich TE, Anixt J, Loe IM, Chirdkiatgumchai V, Kuan L, Gilman R. Update on environmental risk factors for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorderCurrent Psychiatry Reports. 2011;13:333-344.

Gilman R, Adams R, Nounopolous A. The interpersonal relationships and social perceptions of adolescent perfectionists. Journal of Research in Adolescence. 2011;21:505-511.

Rice K, Ashby J, Gilman R. Classifying adolescent perfectionists. Psychological Assessment.  2011;23:583-577.