Doria Miller, LMSW
Doria is a licensed therapist who has experience working with individuals of all ages with a wide variety of concerns and goals entering into therapy. She earned her Masters in Social Work from Columbia University, where her focus of study was in clinical practice in the mental health field. She specializes in working with women with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. Her therapeutic approach is humanistic, evidence-based and goal-oriented; her style is warm and interpersonal. She is in the process of completing postgraduate trainings in Rational Emotive Therapy (REBT) at the Albert Ellis Institute, and in Complicated Grief Treatment (CGT) at the Center for Complicated Grief at Columbia University. Her clinical experiences include The Renfrew Center of New York, a treatment center for eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression, and women’s issues; The National Jewish Council for Disabilities, an international disability inclusion and advocacy organization; and Emory University NAPLS project (North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study), one of the world’s largest studies on the development of Schizophrenia and psychosis.