Kim Miller, LMFT
I started my career as an art teacher, became an art therapist, and later obtained my master’s degree and license to become a Marriage and Family Therapist.
Through these different roles I have gained a wealth of experience working with different populations, including kids in foster care and adopted youth and their families. In addition to working with children and adolescents, I have specialized training in improving all types of relationships, including family, romantic, and peer, through teaching and fostering healthy communication skills.
I enjoy working with children and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, and ADHD. I have experience helping those with complex trauma and attachment difficulties, as well as people in narcissistic relationships. Being familiar with issues that can stem from past trauma, such as sensory issues and hypervigilance, I provide tools so clients can cope with difficult symptoms that come as a result of trauma.
I welcome clients from all backgrounds and beliefs, and for those that would like it, I can provide a Christian counseling perspective. I am experienced in working with the LGBTQ community, in particular those individuals who are struggling with self-identity issues and need a supportive person in their life.
I use a variety of therapy modalities to fit the client’s needs. I also like to provide psychoeducation to help clients have a greater understanding of the underlying causes of their issues.
Whether you are dealing with personal struggles such as anxiety, depression, trauma, or self-identity issues, or you are having challenges in your relationships, I offer a safe and supportive environment where you can explore those areas in your life and make changes happen. My goal is to walk alongside you in the process.
Be encouraged as you begin this brave journey!