Hello and welcome!
My name is Adam Miller and I am a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the USF Counseling Center. I earned my Ph.D in Counseling Psychology at Florida State University. Prior to this, I graduated from Boston College with an M.A. in Mental Health Counseling and Indiana University with a B.S. in Psychology. My academic experiences have offered me an opportunity to interact with and learn from individuals from many walks of life and varying cultural backgrounds. I have also learned that developing open and reflective relationships can lead to strong therapeutic outcomes.
Clinical Interests: Anxiety & depression, men/masculinity issues, college student development, work issues,
career development, and relationship issues
Approach to Supervision/Training: My approach to therapy emphasizes working collaboratively with clients to process previous and current experiences, while developing practical strategies that promote growth and wellbeing outside of counseling sessions. I do this by integrating several theoretical orientations, including psychodynamic therapy, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral approaches. I also find it vital to incorporate feminist and multicultural lenses as a means of promoting diversity, inclusivity, and advocacy on an individual and community level. When I'm not at the counseling center, you will likely find me exercising at the gym, learning about history, or enjoying the local culinary scene.
Affiliations: I am a student affiliate of the American Psychological Association, including membership within the APA Divisions for the Society for Vocational Psychology and Society of Counseling Psychology. Additionally, I am a member of the National Career Development Association and Florida Career Development Association.