Kate Miller is a mental health counselor who utilizes an integrative approach to psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioral and supportive therapy techniques. With a strong multicultural training background, Kate has experience working with diverse adult populations, including the LGBTQ community, minority populations, and anyone experiencing a life or identity transition.
Kate believes one of the core pieces of successful therapy is providing a warm, welcoming, nonjudgmental, and empathic space for every individual. She takes a holistic view of each and every person she works with, understanding that only through a comprehensive lens can we truly understand the whole person.
Kate’s previous clinical experiences include working at the Leake and Watts’ Bronx Family Mental Health Clinic, as well as in the Iona College Counseling Center in New Rochelle, NY. At Leake and Watts, Kate developed clinical skills working with the child welfare and foster care populations in the Bronx, and completed training in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) for children and adolescents. At Iona, she gained extensive knowledge of working with the young adult, college, and graduate student populations, which fostered her passion for working with young adults struggling with identity concerns of any kind. Kate has also worked for Crisis Text Line, a text-based mental health crisis hotline, where she volunteered her time to help support texters’ through their moment of darkness.
Education & Experience:
- Master of Education in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University, NY
- Master of Arts in Psychological Counseling also from Teachers College, Columbia University, NY
- Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Princeton University, NJ
- Completed clinical externship at Iona College Counseling Center