Monique Roberts Gill, LPC
Associate Director, Staff Therapist
Monique Roberts Gill is a licensed professional counselor, a national certified counselor, and a certified mediator with 15 years of experience working with individuals and families with a variety of presenting issues, including trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, and depression. Monique has been with Perinatal Behavioral Health Service since 2017, where she primarily provides ongoing emotional support and counseling to families who have an infant in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Monique also maintains an outpatient clinic one day a week working with moms who are experiencing mood anxiety conditions as a result of a current pregnancy or recent delivery, pregnancy loss, an infant prenatal diagnosis, or are former NICU parents.Monique is a trained professional counselor, licensed in the state of MO and IL, National Certified Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and MO Supreme Court Approved Mediator. She has been with PBHS since 2017 and spent majority of her clinical time leading the NICU program where she worked with NICU families before, during, and after their infant admission, prioritizing creation of a tailored clinical program to meet the unique needs of birthing families in crisis. She joined the PBHS leadership team in 2022 and assists with oversight of the PBHS core in the newly launched Hermann Center for Child and Family Development in the Child Division of Psychiatry. She has special interests in advocacy, research, coaching and development, evidenced and culturally responsive based treatments, EDI, service delivery systems, and quality assurance. She was sub investigator on research published in the Journal of Pediatrics, served as subject matter expert regarding NICU care, sat on panels for maternal mental health, and is a trained facilitator of the ACTT (Ask Questions, Claim Your Space, Trust Your Body, Tell Your Story) curriculum where she has facilitated national workshops empowering perinatal patients of color in self-advocacy.