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Kelley Gill, Ph.D.

Kelley Gill
Adjunct Professor
Part-Time Faculty, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Adjunct Professor
Part-Time Faculty, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience


  • Ph.D. Nova Southeastern University
  • M.A. Southern Connecticut State University
  • B.A. Albertus Magnus College

Kelley Gill Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist in the states of New York and Florida. Dr. Gill earned a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Forensic Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Originally from the State of Connecticut, Dr. Gill has years of experience providing treatment to individuals, children, families, and groups. She received her Master’s Degree in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Albertus Magnus College with a specialization in Child Development/Community Mental Health. Dr. Gill has expertise in domestic violence, trauma, gender violence, substance abuse, police collaboration, forensic psychology, and providing treatment in multiple therapeutic settings including correctional facilities.

Dr. Gill has conducted evaluations for the Department of Children and Families, Legal Aid, the Guardian Ad Litem Program, and Juvenile Probation to determine the best course of treatment for children and their families. She was the Coordinator for the Battered Women Syndrome Research Questionnaire Study, a research program designed to collect data to empirically support the Battered Women’s Syndrome. Dr. Gill was trained in clinical and forensic psychology working together with Dr. Lenore Walker and Dr. David Shapiro. Additionally, Dr. Gill was employed at Yale University Child Study Center in the Child Development/Community Policing Program, which is a program in collaboration with the New Haven Police Department. She served as Trauma Clinic Coordinator, Domestic Violence Advocate Coordinator and on-call clinician for police officers which included responding to the scene, advising, training, and assisting police with intervention strategies to minimize the trauma exposure of children involved. In the above-mentioned roles, Dr. Gill served as the coordinator of an innovative program designed to identify, treat, and assess children exposed to violence, while evaluating its potential to increase positive interactions with police and the community. Dr. Gill was an active member of the Domestic Violence Task Force in New Haven for several years, serving several roles including that of secretary. Dr. Gill currently teaches a Master’s level course in forensic psychology for Nova Southeastern University and performs forensic evaluations for Battered Woman Self Defense cases where domestic violence/trauma may be mitigating factors in the commission of serious crimes.


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