- 40212 Couples Therapy
- Prior to coming to the University of Chicago, taught several courses at the doctoral level including: Clinical Consultation, Models of Clinical Supervision, Advanced Clinical Practice, Teaching in Higher Education
- Also taught several courses at the master's level including: Couples and Family Counseling, Community Mental Health Counseling, Practicum and Internship Seminar
- Licensed in Illinois as a Clinical Professional Counselor and has 23 years clinical practice, having been in private practice since 1996
- Several years administrative experience
- Currently Director of Clinical Services at the Chicago Torture Justice Center (the only counseling center in the U.S. that addresses domestic torture cases)
- President of Illinois Counseling Association Division of Couples and Family Therapists
Fields of Special Interest
- Intergenerational racism
- Politicized healing
- Resilience in work at the Chicago Torture Justice Center
Publications or Presentations
Gilham, N., Koch, G., Campbell, J. and Thompson, N. (2016). Developing compassion between police and the community. Presented at the annual Illinois Association for Multicultural Counseling Spring Conference, May 2016.
Koch, G., Gilham, N., Campbell, J. and Thompson, N. (2016). Are you sick of it? Seeking community unity in a world of racism. Presented at the annual Illinois Association for Multicultural Counseling Spring Conference, May 2016.
Gilham, N., Koch, G., Cairo, R., Wilczynski, J., Galtnet, J. and Campbell, J. (2015). Addressing race and promoting unity. Presented at Argosy University, Chicago, March 2016.
Gilham, N. L., & Gilham, C., (2014). Identifying Elements of Effective Couples Counseling. Presented at the annual state conference for the Illinois Counseling Association. November 2014.
Gilham, N.L., & Gilham, C., (2013). Assessing and Treating the Blended Family: A Wellness Model. Presented at the annual state conference for the Illinois Counseling Association. November 2013.