img Dr. Roger A. Miller holds a Doctorate in Clinical Social Work and is a Board Certified Diplomate.  As such, he is dedicated to a practice of psychotherapy that focuses on the relational aspects of our human existence.  He practices from an approach that is based on the strengths of individuals and encourages improved interaction between individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations.  He has been trained to work with people presenting a variety of issues, including: relationships, divorce, depression, anxiety, health concerns, life transitions and GLBTQ people (individually, as couples and with their families).  Dr. Miller uses a variety of strategies and approaches, including: psychodynamic, psycho-educative, and clinical hypnosis to successfully counsel individuals, couples, families and groups.  Previously Dr. Miller was the Director of Residential Programs for Children’s Psychiatric Center in Miami and the Clinical Director of The Children’s Home in Tampa, Florida.  Dr. Miller has been a clinical consultant with various groups and organizations in communities, including the Child Assault Prevention Project, Health and Human Services in Mission Viejo California. 


Judith Mishkin Miller, L.C.S.W. is a licensed clinical social worker in both North Carolina and Florida, with more than 30 years of clinical experience.  She draws from a broad range of training and skills to address issues pertaining to relationships, divorce, depression, anxiety, loss and bereavement, health concerns, life transitions and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered people.  Judith uses a variety of strategies, including psychodynamic, psycho-educative, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral and relational approaches to successfully counsel individuals, couples, families and groups.  She is dedicated to helping people discover ways to live a more fulfilling, authentic and purposeful life.

Judith earned her Master’s in Social Work from Simmons College School of Social Work and is a Board Certified Diplomate.  Before beginning her private practice in 1982, Judith was the Director of an adolescent counseling program, as well as a group therapy program for adults.  In the 1990’s she designed and facilitated a psychoeducative program for divorcing parents.