"Being a Psychologist has provided me the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. Each of us has our own personal story that is unique in how it cultivates and shapes our thoughts, feelings and beliefs about ourselves, others and the world. In a genuine and supportive environment, my clients talk about their story, and as it unfolds, we work together to explore, discover, and problem solve".
Dr. Amy Miller received a Doctorate Degree (1997) in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, IL. Her Masters and undergraduate degrees were also in clinical psychology. She has extensive training in Psychotherapy and in Clinical Neuropsychology. Dr. Miller has vast experience working with individuals, couples, families and groups. She treats children, adolescents, adults and seniors. Dr. Miller is a dedicated and committed psychologist devoted to helping others.
Dr. Miller has practiced in the field of psychology since 1991. Her professional experience includes outpatient psychotherapy, stress management, and psychological/neuropsychological testing with children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Miller is experienced treating a wide variety of issues and disorders. Please refer to the "Services Offered" page for a more comprehensive list.
In addition to these experiences, Dr. Miller has worked with emotionally and behaviorally disordered adolescents and their families, in hospital and residential settings, as well as with chronically mentally ill adults. Dr. Miller has also worked with juvenile delinquents and their families/DCFS within the department of corrections.
Dr. Miller has worked in various settings and worked with a wide variety of populations. These experiences have prepared her to work successfully with a wide range of clientele.
Dr Miller is a credentialed member by the National Register of Psychologists.
Dr. Miller is experienced in facilitating groups and does public speaking.
She is married and has two children.
* Stress Management and Cognitive-Behavioral Relaxation training
* Clinical Neuropsychology
* Drug and Alcohol Counseling
Teletherapy (phone or video) offered through the pandemic as well as in-person sessions.