About Kevin Miller
- Individual Counseling
Dr. Kevin Miller provides individual therapy to adults of all ages, with a particular interest in working with public servants — members of the military, law enforcement, legislative staff and other government employees.
He has extensive experience working with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In addition, Dr. Miller works with the LGBTQ population, particularly around issues related to coming out.
Dr. Miller uses an integrative therapeutic style, drawing from cognitive behavioral therapy, existential psychology, philosophy and spirituality.
A Navy veteran with 12 years of active duty and reserves service, Dr. Miller has served as a psychologist for the U.S. military in Japan, Germany and across the United States. He is also a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. While in the military, Dr. Miller earned multiple awards, including the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and the Navy Unit Commendation Medal.
Dr. Miller received his doctorate in clinical psychology from William James College (Mass.) and his B.A. from College of the Holy Cross. He has interned with the U.S. Navy, Harvard Medical School and Boston’s Lemuel Shattuck Hospital.
Dr. Miller is a member of several APA (American Psychological Association) division groups and is also a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. He’s presented on and written about suicide prevention and traumatic stress.
In addition to his work at DC Talk Therapy, in the fall of 2020 Dr. Miller will lead a clinical practicum at the Washington, D.C., campus of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
He offers daytime, evening, Saturday and Sunday appointments.
Dr. Miller provides teletherapy, or online therapy, on a variety of video platforms such as VSee and Webex.