Dr. Angela Gillem
Professor of Psychology - Graduate Program
Arcadia faculty member since 1993
- B.S. Michigan State University (1974)
- Ph.D. Boston University (1984)
Dr. Gillem is a licensed clinical psychologist whose current research focuses on multicultural counseling competence. Her clinical interests include adult survivors of sexual abuse/rape; racial, sexual, and gender identity; and multicultural and evidence-based practice. In conjunction with her research team, she is currently running a validation study of a Multicultural Counseling and Psychotherapy Test (MCPT) that they developed to assess cultural competence in graduate students in counseling and clinical psychology programs.
Arcadia Courses Taught
- Adult Psychopathology (PY205)
- Advanced Counseling Techniques (PY620)
- Internship Seminar (PY630-PY631)
- Cultural Bases of Counseling (PY688)
- Gillem, A.R., Bartoli, E., Bertsch, K., McCarthy, M., Constant, K., Marrero-Miesky, S., & Bellemy, S. (2013). Validation of a Standardized Multiple-Choice Performance Based Multicultural Competence Measure: Implications for Training, Assessment, and Practice. Paper in revision.
- Bartoli, E., Gillem, A.R., Morrow, M., Dozier, C., & Mamolou, A. (2013). Creating Effective Counselors: Integrated Multicultural and Evidence-Base Curricula in Counselor Education Programs. Paper in submission.
- Christensen, K., & Gillem, A. R. (2013) "Urban African American Students and School Success: Creating a Climate of Care." Paper in submission.
- Bartoli, E. & Gillem, A.R. (2008). "Continuing to depolarize the debate on sexual orientation and religion: Identity and the therapeutic process." Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 39(2):202-209.