Andrew Miller is an addiction and eating disorder specialist who has been practicing in Los Angeles since 2009. He received his B.A. from Loyola Chicago and his masters in clinical psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles and trained at Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders and The Institute for Sexual Health. He has advanced training in psychodynamic therapy as well as EMDR, Brainspotting, The Trauma Resiliency Model, cognitive behavioral therapy and 12-step approaches to treating substance abuse, eating disorders, sex addiction and trauma.
Andrew currently maintains a private practice in West LA, where he sees individuals, couples, families and teens.
Over the first few sessions, I work with you to develop a plan of action to help you feel better, to know what it will take to create change and to experience relief. Together we’ll work to discover what exactly you want to be different in your life, and if you already know, how that difference will come about. Together we will tailor a treatment approach using different psychotherapeutic techniques that fit your unique needs. Below are just a few of the approaches I offer:
Psychodynamic therapy helps with increasing insight about long-standing interpersonal patterns and conflicts. Cognitive behavioral therapy is more directive and task-based, extremely effective for quickly reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) works to reprocess disturbing memories and the symptoms that accompanies them so that they no longer cause distress. Brainspotting is a revolutionary approach that locates points in the client’s visual field that access unprocessed trauma and emotion stored in the subcortical brain. The Trauma Resiliency Model works with a client’s own nervous system to build a greater tolerance for distressing experiences and mental health symptoms while also helping clients reprocess previous traumatic events.
In all instances, my aim and expertise will help you more masterfully deal with difficult emotions and more skillfully cope with life’s adversity.