Dr. Gerald Edward Nissley, PSYD

Name:Dr. Gerald Edward Nissley
Gender:Male
Specialty:Psychologist—Clinical
Location:1 Tiger Dr
Marshall, TX 75670
Phone: 903-923-2095
Fax: 800-915-4057
www.geraldnissleypsyd.com
 
Education:
SchoolDegreeMajorGraduation
Capella UniversityDoctor of Psychology (Psy.D.)Clinical Psychology2009
License:
NameIssued ByDuration
Licensed PsychologistTexas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists11/2010-now
Publication:
Kulkarni, M.S., Troisi, J., Nissley, G., et al. (2014, August).  Sell yourself: Practical tips for negotiating the salary you deserve.  Symposium accepted for presentation at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C..

Nissley, G. (2014, February).  Victims no more: Using faith-integrated form of trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy for treatment of child survivors of abuse and violence.  Content session accepted for presentation at the Issues in Christian Counseling annual conference at Ouchita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Nissley, G. (in press).  Recovery, Inc..  In Alcohol.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Nissley, G. (2014).  Diazepam.  In Cultural sociology of mental illness: An A to Z guide.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Nissley, G. (2014).  Double bind theory.  In Cultural sociology of mental illness: An A to Z guide.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Nissley, G. (2014).  Milieu therapy.  In Cultural sociology of mental illness: An A to Z guide.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Nissley, G. (2014).  Urban vs rural.  In Cultural sociology of mental illness: An A to Z guide.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Nissley, G. (2013, November).  Supporting connection: Diagnosis and treatment of Reactive Attachment Disorder.  Workshop presented at Piney Woods Counseling Association meeting at East Texas Baptist University, Marshall, Texas.

Nissley, G. (2013, September).  PTSD in children.  Content session presented at School Counselor Workshop at the Education Service Center of Region 7, Kilgore, Texas.

Nissley, G. (2013, March).  Hope springs: A pilot study on the effects of Christian Cognitive Therapy for treatment of depression among adults with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type.  Paper presented at the Mid-Year Research Conference of Division 36 Psychology of Religion of the American Psychological Association, Columbia, Maryland.

Nissley, G. (2013, February).  Pray for me too: Intervention for children who are sexual perpetrators from a “faith informed” counseling perspective.  Content session presented at the Issues in Christian Counseling annual conference at Ouchita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Nissley, G., & Haygood, B. (2013, January).  Creating a common tongue: Training pre-professional counselors in evidence-based approaches to integration of faith in counseling.  Content session presented at mid-year conferences of the Texas Association for Counseling Education and Supervision, Austin, Texas.

Storen, D. (Producer & Director).  (2010).  Breadth of Hope [Documentary].  Drewsy Media.  [Provided commentary for documentary on research on resilience in psychology of religion literature]  

Nissley, G. (2010, April).  Self-monitoring of target behaviors by individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.  Paper presented at the annual convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas,Texas.

Nissley, G.  (2009, June).  Rural behavioral healthcare.  Invited talk presented at TeamCare, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.   

Nissley, G.  (2009, May).  Attachment: Developmental and clinical applications.  Invited talk presented at TeamCare, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Nissley, G.  (2009, April).  Rural resilience: A model for the role of spirituality and religiosity in resilience among rural adults.  Paper presented at the Mid-Year Research Conference of Division 36 Psychology of Religion of the American Psychological Association, Columbia, Maryland.

Nissley, G.  (2008, November).  Doing psychology: Forensic psychology.  Invited talk presented at Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania.

Nissley, G.  (2008).  Rural resilience: Developing a model for the role of spirituality and religiosity in the resilience and well-being of rural adults.  (Doctoral dissertation, Capella University, 2008).  Proquest, AAI 3315955.

Seegobin, W., Reyes, R., Hostler, H., Nissley, G., & Hart, A.  (2007).  Relationship with         parents,         God concept, self-esteem, and relationship intimacy.  In P. Hegy (Ed.),What do we         imagine God to be? The function of "God images" in our lives (pp.57-66).  Lewistown,         NY: Edwin Mellen.
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Schedule:
Flexible and by appointment; day and evening hours available

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