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Christine Miller, M. Ed.

Mrs. Miller is a Michigan Licensed Professional Counselor. She has fourteen years of experience in providing individual, marital, and family counseling. Much of her practice has focused on mood disorders, women's issues, adolescent and persons recovering from various forms of childhood abuse as well as those dealing with life transitions. She has had previous administrative and supervisory roles with other public and private agencies and has conducted various seminars in the community. She has facilitated growth and healing for those who were experiencing emotional pain in their lives. She and her husband have two children.

Excerpts from an Interview

Q. Chris, how do you find meaning in your work as a psychologist?

A. One way is when I'm able to see clients move from stuck points to accepting the person God created them to be and embracing not only themselves but also what God has planned for them.

Q. How do you find the strength to deal with other people's pain and suffering?

A. It's in knowing that I'm not alone in helping direct others towards healing. The decision to seek help and receive counseling can be a difficult one. I believe God honors the individual's step of faith in seeking help as well as works in their life for further healing.

Q. How do you integrate the science of psychology with Christian values as a therapist?

A. I try to utilize a variety of Christian psychological resources that are now available as well as incorporate biological an/or neurological information that is applicable to the individual.

Q. What do you say to clients who are not Christian who seek services from you?

A. I share with them that I work as a Christian counselor and may share some Christian perspective/input if I find that it might be beneficial to my clients, but I try to remain respectful of where they are at.

Resources

To email office manager:
Family Counseling Center
2301 Platt Rd. Suite 10
Ann Arbor, MI 48104