Dr. Kelly Gable is an associate professor in the department of pharmacy practice and coordinator of global partnerships at SIUE School of Pharmacy. She is also an adjunct assistant professor with the Saint Louis University School of Medicine Department of Neurology and Psychiatry. She joined SIUE from the University of Maryland, School of Pharmacy in 2007. Dr. Gable is a graduate of the University of Mississippi School Of Pharmacy, and subsequently completed a specialty residency in psychiatric pharmacy practice at the University of Southern California. Her clinical areas of interest include the treatment of personality disorders, the integration of motivational interviewing into clinical practice, and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
2016: Member of Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)
2006: Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist (BCPP)
2005: Psychiatric Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Southern California School of Pharmacy
2004: Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
2002: Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
2014 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award
2014 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) Teaching Excellence Award
2013 Outstanding Teacher Award, SLU School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry
2013 Preceptor of the Year, SIUE School of Pharmacy
2011 Humanitarian Award, SIUE Department of Social Work
2009 Service Person of the Year, Community Alternatives, St. Louis, MO
2007 New Preceptor of the Year, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Places for People, St. Louis, MO, ACT Psychiatric Care Provider: 2011 – 2016
Community Alternatives, St. Louis, MO, ACT Psychiatric Clinical Pharmacist: 2007 – 2011
Spring Grove Hospital Center, Catonsville, MD, Clinical Coordinator: 2005 – 2007
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Clinical Assistant Professor: 2006 – 2007
Practice Site Information
Dr. Gable’s clinical appointment is with Family Care Health Center in St. Louis, where she works collaboratively as part of a behavioral health team focused on the integration of primary and behavioral health care. This is also a practice site for Saint Louis University family medicine residents. It is a federally qualified health center (FQHC) following the model of providing care as a patient-centered medical home. Dr. Gable is the first psychiatric clinical pharmacist to be recognized as a provider and prescriber by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. After spending years working as a psychiatric care provider on Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams at Places for People, she now acts as an ACT team consultant, focused on psychiatric medication management for individuals with serious mental illnesses.
Gable, KN. Complexities in the Treatment of Schizophrenia. Supplement to The American Journal of Managed Care. Vol 22, No 15, 2016.
Dopheide J, Bostwick J, Goldstone L, Gable K, Thomas K, Cates M, Smith T, Caballero J, Nemire R,
Bainbridge J. A 2015 Survey of Pharmacy Curriculum in Psychiatry and Neurology in the United States. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, June 2016; vol. 29, 3: pp. 270-341.
Hill, Z., Gable, KN, Obannon S, Devraj R. The Value of a Psychiatric Clinical Pharmacist within an
Integrated Treatment Team Model of Care. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, June 2016; vol. 29, 3: pp. 270-341.
Gable, KN. Personality Disorders and Eating Disorders. In: Haight RJ, et al. CPNP Psychiatric
Pharmacotherapy Review Course. 2016-2017 ed. Lincoln (NE): College of Psychiatric and
Neurologic Pharmacists; 2016.
Gable, KN. Antipsychotic Polypharmacy: Helpful or Harmful? The Carlat Psychiatry Report, Volume 14, Number 1, January 2016.
Gable, KN. Opioids – Addiction, Overdose Prevention, and Patient Education. Power-Pak C.E.
Postgraduate Healthcare Education, LLC, published June 6, 2016.
Patient Communication for Pharmacy Professionals: A Case-Study Approach Focusing on Theory and
Practice. Chapter 4: Motivational Interviewing. Jones, Bartlett Learning, Massachusetts. December 2015.
Gable, KN. Developing a First-Line Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity (ADHD) Treatment Plan: A Case of Stimulant or No Stimulant?, In: Chavez B, Grady SE, McGuire JM, Nelson LA, editors. Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Case Series. Lincoln (NE): College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists; 215. 13p. Available from: http://cpnp.org/ed/case/2015/adhd-1.
Gable KN. Integration of a Clinical Pharmacist into the Healthcare Home (HCH). Ment Health Clin.
2014;4(6):50. Available at: http://cpnp.org/resource/mhc/2014/11/integration-clinical-pharmacist-healthcare-home-hch.
Farinde A, Gable KN. Interprofessional Practice Approach between Social Work and Pharmacy.
International Journal of Social Work, vol 1, No 1. June 2014.
Gable, KN. Williams, K. Assertive Community Treatment and Psychiatric Pharmacy. The Mental Health Clinician. CPNP Online Journal, February 2013 Vol 2, Iss. 8.
Gable, KN. Choose the Right Mood Stabilizer to Treat Bipolar Disorder. The Carlat Report Behavioral Health. February 2013.
Gable, KN. Panic Disorder Pharmacotherapy. The Carlat Report Behavioral Health. October 2012. Vol 1, Issue 6.
Gable, KN, Balt, S. Future Developments in Antidepressant Therapy. The Carlat Psychiatry Report. May 2012. Vol 10, Issue 5.
Gable KN, Muhlstadt K, Celio MA, A Mental Health Elective to Improve Pharmacy Students’ Perspectives on Mental Illness. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Vol 75, Issue 2, March 2011.
Gable KN, Carlat DJ. Long-Acting Injections: A Primer. The Carlat Report. Vol 8, Issue 12. December 2010.
Gable KN, Stunson MJ. Clinical Pharmacist Interventions on an Assertive Community Treatment Team. Community Mental Health Journal. Vol 46, Number 4, August 2010 pp 351-355.
Gable KN, Dopheide JA. Eating Disorders, An Update on Recognition, Diagnosis and Treatment, Rx Consultant; Vol XVI, Number 6, June 2007.
Gable KN, Dopheide JA. Brief Report: Psychotropic Medication Use at a Private Eating Disorders Treatment Facility: A Retrospective Chart Review and Descriptive Data Analysis, Current Therapeutic Research; Vol 66, Number 6, November/December 2005.