Patricia Miller

Dually Registered Psychologist and Social Worker

South Location

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Patricia Miller brings a wealth of experience from her 25+ years of clinical/research/teaching practice within health care, community practice, private practice and is recognized internationally through presentations/workshops and peer-reviewed publications on the importance of participatory practices with couples, understanding the impact of trauma and creating trauma-informed practice techniques, while understanding the importance of mental health interventions across the lifespan.

Patricia Miller

She has completed two master’s degrees, one in Social Work and the other in Counselling Psychology, she has completed her PhD in relation to couples/companions experience of living with chronic disease, while creating a peer-support model that continues to be funded for the larger Calgary community. She has started her second PhD. in clinical Psychology (PsyD), through CalSouthern University. She is a registered Social Worker and a Registered Provisional Psychologist (currently, only needing to successfully write her EPPP).

Additionally, she is a professor at Mount Royal University and a researcher with interests in qualitative practices, dialogic interactions, specific to the importance of relational dialogues and community action. Her direct clinical practice is specialized around adolescent/adult mental health, with expertise in active treatment/psychotherapy for individuals, families and couples. She does court assessments and treatment recommendations for teen and adult mental health. Her second PhD. will focus on further building clinical knowledge, exploring contemporary assessment methods for teen/adult mental health, creating trauma-informed practices and deepening her understanding of psychotherapy across the lifespan.

Her goal is to share her wealth of knowledge with you by utilizing her education and clinical experience; as well as her passion for promoting the welbeing of individuals, couples, and families within strong communities.