Marc Miller, Ph.D.
Are you having difficulty with unmanageable emotions? Maybe you over-react, doubt your decisions or fear making mistakes. Is anger, anxiety, or low self-esteem getting in the way of working with colleagues, enjoying your partner or meeting someone new?
If you have unresolved emotional conflicts, you may be familiar with these symptoms:
- A sense that you are too tired or “depressed” to make an effort.
- You make comments to yourself like “That sure was a stupid mistake.” “What an idiot!” and “I’m just not good enough.”
- You feel miserable at work or in a relationship, but you’re afraid to change anything because of a “fear of failure.”
- You find a way to undermine or sabotage your efforts.
Using a therapeutic style that is supportive, interactive, and understanding, I have been providing psychological treatment to individuals, and couples for over 25 years. Important areas of my practice include anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. In addition to dealing with the immediate problem or crisis that brings someone to psychotherapy I address underlying issues and psychological conflicts, as well as issues that emerge from career changes, health issues, parenthood, mid-life, separation and divorce.
Marc Miller, Ph.D., a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, has offices in Berkeley and Pleasant Hill, and has been treating individuals and couples since 1982. Dr. Miller was on the faculty in the Graduate Psychology Program at JFK University, for twelve years. In addition, Dr. Miller has provided treatment for individuals through Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carriers since 1999.
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