Outpatient Mental Health Practitioner
More About Katie Miller
I welcome those of all backgrounds yet have interests in couples (all forms), persons of color, and those individuals with physical and or cognitive disabilities. My identities are a person of color and part of the disabled community since I use a wheelchair to zip around town. I like to help those manage with anxiety and depression symptoms and remind them they are not their diagnosis. They just happen to be a person with these challenges.
I am trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) which is highly effective especially when working with couples. As this model suggests, it focuses on emotions and what a person is feeling. I help couples and individuals get to know each other by being vulnerable. Becoming vulnerable is a challenging space for many, but it is a vital experience and to share it with your loved ones. I help my clients by getting to deeper primary emotions behind their negative cycles, aka "conflicts, arguments, disagreements." I enjoy helping my clients becoming aware of these emotional experiences with my training in EFT. I want to help my clients to all get to a more meaningful place in their relationships.
When not at work, I enjoy my time with my three kitty furbabies, getting coffee, watching old sitcoms and the outdoors. I also make visits to the Roseville Cafe Meow, a cat rescue cafe by donating my time and money. Also, humor is a big part of my life no matter what I am doing and every day I am being a "big kid". Everyone needs to laugh and experience "joy bursts" regardless of their challenges in life.