Paula Miller, LPC
About Paula Miller
Does your life look put together on the outside, but inside you feel something's missing, or you're not where you “should” be? Are you stressed-out and overwhelmed with perfectionism and over-thinking? You're not alone.
We all go through seasons in life where we need someone to help; someone to listen without judgment. I provide compassionate support and guidance so you can sort out your problems, learn to manage your emotions, and develop strategies to shift from emotional chaos to clarity.
I specialize in helping millennial and midlife in transition overcome their negative thought patterns and limiting beliefs while building self-confidence and strengthening their resilience. Simply put, my mission is to empower my clients to navigate both the highs and lows of life with LESS suffering and MORE confidence, fulfillment, and joy.
As my client you can expect warm and genuine guidance, straight-forward communication, and a dose of humor thrown in here and there. I offer a fresh perspective and practical tools and to help you understand the source of your problems, find clarity about what you truly value, and learn to manage your emotions through both everyday problems and big life challenges.
I personalize my approach to you, using tools drawn from positive cognitive behavioral therapy (PCBT, an integration of positive psychology and the cognitive behavioral therapy model), compassion focused therapy (CFT) as well as other mindfulness-based interventions for you to learn to better manage emotions and improve your overall wellness.
Ready to take the first step toward feeling better? Contact me to schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation.
SpecialtiesAnxiety, Self Esteem, Women’s Issues
Age Group FocusAdults
Treatment ApproachesAcceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Attachment-based, Eclectic, Feminist, Humanistic, Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
IssuesAnxiety, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Family Conflict, Goal Setting, Grief, Introversion, Postpartum, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Trauma / PTSD, Women’s Issues