Dr. Shilling has had her own private practice since she completed her residency in psychiatry. Her office is warm and inviting. She is available on an emergency line for serious emergencies.
During her pre-med years in college Dr. Shilling received scholastic awards for a 4.0 average. In medical school she received honor grades in her research seminar and several classes.
Dr. Shilling has sat on several Board of Directors and Executive Committees nationally and in the community. She has been a community volunteer all of her life. She has reaceived a National Community Service award for her endeavors from the American Medical Women’s Association. She is a past Regional Governor over eight states with the American Medical Women’s Association. She is president of the Board of Directors of a Non-Profit organization. She is past president of the Central Neuropsychiatric Society. She has received the Arthritis Foundation’s Distinguished Public Service Award and Recognition Award. She is a recipient of the Paxton Manor Recognition Award, the Opera Omaha Recognition Award and the AMWA Outstanding Physician Award.
Dr. Shilling has Co-Chaired a Scientific Paper Session for the American Psychiatric Association on “ Psychiatric Aspects of Medical Illness”.
She has been a Scientific Paper Evaluator for the APA on Depression and Psychoneuro-Endocrinology.
She has been a Utilization or Quality Assurance Reviewer at several area hospitals.
Dr. Shilling has chaired the Ethics Committee for the American Medical Women’s Association. She has been a National Delegate to this organization for many years. She has also been a Medical Student and Resident Mentor. She has chaired local, state and regional conventions for this organization. She is a charter member of its Foundation.
Dr. Shilling has been a book reviewer for a medical journal for four years. She has written articles for several local newspapers and has been the featured medical expert at the news anchor desk or in TV interviews for many local TV stations.
Dr. Shilling has been asked to speak before a congressional committee in Washington D. C. on health concerns for patients. She has been the featured speaker at numerous organizations in the Omaha area and for national organizations.
She is a member of Who’s Who in Medicine and Health Care, American Women, International Who’s Who, Who’s Who in th World, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Finance and Industry, Who’s Who in Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs, and Presidential Who’s Who. She has also been named one of the Outstanding People of the 20th Century and Woman of the Year 2012-2013.
She has been the Metropolitan Omaha Medical Society Director of Government Affairs, on the Legislative Committee, Ad-hoc Committee on the Young Physician, and appointed to the Omaha Mayor’s Steering Committee for a Drug Free Omaha.
Dr. Shilling was asked to be the exclusive Psychiatrist referral for Your New Home Magazine. This is the publication given to all new homeowners in Omaha.
She has been on the American Biographical Institute Research Board of Advisors. Dr. Shilling has done research seminars on and been involved in research on the inception of Biofeedback and the usage of and FDA approval of Depakote for psychiatric conditions. Dr. Shilling has published Medical Journal articles on “Usage of Psychiatric Services in Midwestern Cities” and “Prescribing Principles of Psychotropic Medications”.