DR. JOSIAH MILLER
Dr. Miller earned his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2017 with a specialization in child and adolescent psychology. While completing his degree, Dr. Miller studied men’s health and masculinity in a research study evaluating the effects of men’s personal growth retreat. Following completion of this study, Dr. Miller spent a year in Missouri training at the National Psychology Training Consortium, an APA Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship Program, serving at-risk youth and their families at a substance abuse treatment center and public school as well as a diverse array of clients at a community mental health center. Following graduation, Dr. Miller returned to Chicago in order to complete a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Advocate Children’s Hospital – Oak Lawn, IL.
As a therapist, Dr. Miller takes a collaborative, individualized, and personal approach that seeks to empower clients to confront challenges in their lives and create a life of meaning, purpose, and fulfillment by creating a safe, non-judgmental, understanding, and caring space for clients to explore their lives on a deeper level. Dr. Miller has experience with helping clients deal with a broad array of challenges, including: death, loss, trauma, anxiety, loneliness, communication, intimacy, relationship problems, self-esteem, depression, identity development, taking control of and responsibility for one’s life, personal growth and fulfillment, living an authentic life, and spiritual issues. Dr. Miller is competent in providing care to persons dealing with a wide variety of clinical issues ranging from ADHD and mild anxiety and depression to more severe issues like traumatic stress, suicidality and psychosis. Dr. Miller believes that regardless of the challenges you may be facing, every life has value and every person deserves a chance to create a life worth living.