Dr. Tiffany Gilmore is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of New Jersey. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Urban Ministry Leadership from Geneva College, a Master of Social Service from Bryn Mawr College, a Master of Divinity from Palmer Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage and Family Therapy from Eastern University. Her scholarship, teaching, and public service focuses on the well-being of individuals, couples, families, and communities. Dr. Gilmore’s research and civil engagement addresses marginalized populations that have experienced trauma. Tiffany is a recognized leader in the New Jersey Children’s System of Care. She has held leadership roles at Oaks Integrated Care, where she was involved in program compliance, leadership development and training.
As a founding board member of the nonprofit NLIC Ministries, Dr. Tiffany has also engaged in program development initiatives involving services for women that have experienced human trafficking, as well as at risk youth within the therapeutic foster care system. Within this nonprofit sector, Tiffany has also engaged in curriculum development and training.
At the Center for Intimate Relationships, Dr. Tiffany works with high profile clients and faith-based leaders. She specializes in treating the residue of sexual trauma, and attachment injuries. Tiffany is skilled in the use of Gottman Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, TF-CBT, Sensate Focus, and Narrative Therapy.
In 2019, Dr. Tiffany followed her passion and became a founding partner of Nezzie’s School of Dance. The school is described as a haven for youth and adults that have experienced trauma, insecure attachment, and grief.
Recently Dr. Tiffany accepted the appointment to serve as a founding member of the Therapist Development Center’s CE Oversite Committee. In her role, she endeavors to ensure therapists receive valuable course content that will perpetuate clinical excellence.
Tiffany was the recipient of the Ronald J Sider Scholarship and interned at the Sider Center for Social Justice for two years. During her doctoral studies, she received scholarships from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.