Jean Miller has over 17 years of experience in counseling, human services, and higher education. She values holistic development, and her therapeutic focus supports client growth in getting to know their authentic selves. Her research focus is on mindfulness, which is a technique that fosters inner calmness, increased awareness, and a sense of well-being, while decreasing stress, depression, and anxiety, and benefiting overall health and well-being.
She possesses an MA degree in Counseling, and is in the final dissertation phase of a PhD program. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Although Jean is involved with many ventures, they are all united by the mission of mindful living and sharing its benefits with others. She is an experienced presenter, counselor, clinical supervisor, group facilitator, and teacher of educational trainings, workshops, and community classes.
In her free time, Jean loves to spend time with her family and friends, including her husband of 21 years and her two incredible children. Jean focuses on supporting her own holistic development in the areas of spirituality and self-development, through activities such as reading, walks in nature, and yoga. She is also an actively involved in community organizations that support mental health, as a Board Member of South Metro Health Alliance.
– Jean M. Miller, MA, LPC, NCC, ACS