Dr. Gilliland is a licensed psychologist who joined D’Arienzo Psychology in September 2020. Dr. Gilliland received his Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology from Baylor University in 1978. He has been licensed to practice psychology for over forty years. He is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Illinois, and a licensed Psychologist in the state of Florida. Dr. Gilliland has extensive experience in a variety of behavioral health settings including hospitals, residential treatment centers, skilled nursing facilities, long term care centers, and community outpatient centers. Dr. Gilliland’s extensive and varied clinical psychological professional experiences have prepared him well for patients and clients seeking psychological services at D’Arienzo Psychology. Dr. Gilliland resides in Jacksonville, Florida with his wife and their ‘entertaining’ rescue dogs. They enjoy outdoor activities, cooking, traveling, landscaping, and movies.
Curriculum Vitae for Dr. David Gilliland (Updated September 2020)
October 2016 to Current: Licensed Psychologist in Florida: #PY9701
November 1979 to Current: Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Illinois. #071-002568
PSYCHOLOGIST, TEAMHEALTH, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH POST ACUTE CARE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
06/2018 to present: Behavioral health evaluation and psychotherapy services in skilled nursing and long-term care settings. Consultation and coordination of care with TeamHealth clinicians and facility staff.
PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTANT STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, BUREAU OF DISABILITY DETERMINATION SERVICES , SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
07/1994 TO 11/2017: Consulted to determine eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits and adequacy of psychological evidence, offered technical assistance to adjudicators, validated necessity for psychological evaluations, and prepared reviews and assessments on request based on objective evidence.
PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTANT STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, DIVISION OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY
SERVICES, CLIENT ASSESSMENT UNIT , SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
04/2013 TO 11/2017: Determined adequacy of evidence and benefit of eligibility, and offered technical and psychological consultation.
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH, MCFARLAND HEALTH CENTER, SPRINGFIELD, , SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
08/1987 TO 02/2011: Psychological services for juvenile and adult inpatient forensic patients, forensic evaluations, court reports, and expert witness testimony; individual and group counseling and education; treatment team consultation; instruction of medical students regarding forensic issues. Inpatient psychological services to non-forensic adolescent and adult patients with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse disorders. Evaluations, certificates, and expert witness testimony regarding involuntary and judicial admissions. Supervision of psychology practicum students and psychology interns. Continuity of care services to ensure optimal transition from the hospital for both forensic and non-forensic psychiatric patients. Multidisciplinary hospital committee participation.
PEKIN CENTER, CLINICAL DIRECTOR/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, TAZWOOD CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICE PEKIN, ILLINOIS
07/1986 TO 07/1987: Administrative/Clinical Director for largest of three offices providing mental health and substance abuse services to Tazewell/Woodford Counties. Responsible for daily operations of Pekin Center.
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
01/1984 TO 07/1986: Outpatient therapy and diagnostic services to child, adolescent, and adult patients in Sangamon and Menard Counties.
COORDINATOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, HUMAN SERVICE CENTER OF PEORIA, ILLINOIS
08/1978 TO 01/1984: Administrative and clinical supervision of professional staff delivering outpatient mental health services to previously hospitalized patients in Peoria County.
PSYCHOLOGY INTERN, ZELLER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER AND HUMAN SERVICE CENTER OF THE PEORIA AREA, PEORIA, ILLINOIS
08/1977 TO 08/1978: Inpatient and outpatient mental health services.
PSYCHOLOGY TRAINEE, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, TEMPLE, TEXAS
09/1976 TO 08/1977: General Medicine and Surgery Consulting; Inpatient mental health.
PSYCHOLOGY TRAINEE, CHILDREN’S GUIDANCE CENTER, METHODIST HOME, WACO, TEXAS
09/1975 TO 08/1976: Inpatient and outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents, and families.
PSYCHOLOGY TRAINEE, MEXIA STATE SCHOOL, MEXIA, TEXAS
09/1974 TO 08/1975: Intellectual assessment and consultation in a residential school for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities.
FACULTY ASSISTANT BAYLOR UNIVERSITY, WACO, TEXAS
09/1973 TO 08/1974: Assist Psychology Department Faculty.
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY, WACO, TEXAS.WACO, TEXAS
09/1973 TO 08/1978: Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA–CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS
09/1971 TO 06/1973: B.S. with Honors, Major: Psychology, Minor: Sociology
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY, NORMAL, ILLINOIS
09/1969 TO 06/1971: Undergraduate course work pursuant to B.S.
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