A little about myself:
My focus is always to make sure my clients feel as though their journey is honored, and that they can experience the change they desire.
I work with clients on shifting the way they relate to their problems, and exploring possibilities for differences to occur.
I believe that my clients are the experts of their lives, and I am pleased to provide a space for possibilities to emerge.
On Sunday, February 9th, the Graduate School of Humanities and Social SciencesStudent Government Association hosted an event: "Shhh! Shss is Talking". This event was a TED inspired talk which focused on "Sex and Culture". Students and faculty came together to engage in a meaningful dialogue about sex and culture.
Amy Miller, PhD(c), LMFT presented her Ted inspired talk titled
"The Dichotomy of Sexuality".
A Transgender struggle with identity.
Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 2014