As a clinical psychologist Dr. Miller has worked in a wide variety of settings including hospital psychiatric units, out-patient mental health centers, Emergency Rooms and nursing homes. She has treated individuals in therapy between the ages of 16 and 96. She obtained her doctoral degree at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and has her private practice in the Flatiron District.
In private practice she has had the ability to combine her varied experiences into a practice model that first and foremost meets patients where they are. She is well trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, and has augmented her strong foundation with cognitive behavioral techniques, and a strengths based perspective that allows her to expand her helping strategies.
Dr. Miller’s therapeutic style is compassionate, flexible and affirming with a little bit of humor thrown in when necessary. She aims to make therapy an exciting, engaging, thought-provoking process of self-discovery and personal growth. Her interpersonal style is warm and supportive and she works hard to put patients at ease and assist them in opening up their thoughts and feelings in therapy. She is experienced in working with people dealing with depression, low self-esteem, imposter syndrome, difficult life transitions, loss and relationship issues.