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J. Roy Gillis

Counselling Psychology

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

Co-Investigator. “Examining pathways to effective depression treatment for sexual and gender minority women in Ontario.” Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health in partnership with ECHO: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario. Co-Principal Investigators: Dr. Lori Ross, Dr. Leah Steele.

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

Co-Investigator. “Examining pathways to effective depression treatment for sexual and gender minority women in Ontario.” Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health in partnership with ECHO: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario. Co-Principal Investigators: Dr. Lori Ross, Dr. Leah Steele.

Published Work

  • Herek, G.M., Gillis, J. R., & Cogan, J.C. (in press). Internalized stigma among sexual minority adults:Insights from a social psychological perspective. Journal of Counseling Psychology.
  • Gillis, J.R. & Diamond, S.L. (2006). Same-sex partner abuse: Challenges to the existing paradigms of intimate violence theory. In R. Alaggia & C. Vine (Eds.), Cruel but not unusual: Violence in Canadian Families: A sourcebook for educators & practitioners (pp. 127-144 ). London, ON: Wilfred Laurier University Press.
  • Herek, G.M., Cogan, J.C., & Gillis, J.R. (2002). Victim experiences in hate crimes based on sexual orientation. Journal of Social Issues, 58, 319-339.
  • Gillis, J.R., Meyer-Bahlburg, H.F.L., Exner, T.M., Ehrhardt, A.A. (1998). The predictive utility of an expanded AIDS risk reduction model (ARRM) among adult gay and bisexual men. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 7, 31-50.
  • Herek, G.M., Gillis, J.R., Cogan, J.C., & Glunt, E.K. (1997). Hate crime victimization among lesbian, gay and bisexual adults: Prevalence, psychological correlates, and methodological issues. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 12, 195-215.
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