Pam Miller, MS Community Counseling, LCPC, NCC

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  • Nationally Certified, Licensed Clinical Prof Counselor
  • Robinson, Illinois, 62454
  • Phone: 217-508-7953
  • Session Fees: Fees are $110/hr; however, if you have insurance we will only need your co-pay. We bill most insurances for you. We offer a sliding fee scale for those who have Medicare, Medicaid or are full time students.You can also use your credit or debit cards.
  • www.neuroharmony.org
  • This member is also available for E-counseling.
  • E-counseling methods: Email, Phone


PAMELA R. MILLER

Neuro Harmony, LLC

   506 W. Lincoln, Suite 500 Charleston, IL  61920    217-508-7953

 

______________EDUCATION and LICENSURE____________

 

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (Illinois #180-005673)

Master of Science, Community Counseling, Eastern IllinoisUniversity, 5/2001

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology Minor, Eastern IllinoisUniversity, 8/1998

Associate in Science, Business, LincolnTrailCollege, 12/1993

 

_____________ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ___________

 

NEURO HARMONY, LLC, Charleston, IL

            SOLE PROPRIETOR, BOARD CERTIFIED CLINICALTHERAPIST, CERTIFIED 
            NEUROFEEDBACK and BIOFEEDBACK PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGIST
(7/2010 to present)

¨       Provide assessments, counseling, psychotherapy along with Neurofeedback

       and Biofeedback to individuals, couples.

¨       Provide couples counseling or marriage counseling

¨       Provide therapy or trauma therapy to children and adults

 

CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY, (TIPP) TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICE PROGRAM, Chicago, IL

            TRUAMA TRAINER SPECIALIST (7/08 to present)

¨       Provide Family Centered Trauma Informed Strength Based service planning, CANS, Trauma 101, Trauma 201 and Psychological First Aid training for DCFS and POS agencies across the state of Illinois.

 

KIDS HOPE UNITED, Charleston and Springfield, IL

SUPERVISOR SPECIALIZED FOSTER CARE (5/06 to 7/08)

SUPERVISOR INTACT FAMILY COUNSELING (4/07 to 7/08)

¨       Provide clinical staffing, complete assessments, treatment plan, individual or family therapy with clients and/or foster parents

¨       Provide supervision to professional and para-professional staff on therapeutic approaches with clients

¨       Educate foster parents, clients, and treatment team on diagnoses, treatment outcomes, and expectations

¨       Review funding source policies and procedures and train staff on the implementation of these procedures

 

HAMILTON CENTER, Terre Haute, IN

CLINICAL THERAPIST  (11/04 - to 5/06) co-leader multidisciplinary treatment team

¨       Assess, diagnose, and treat challenging populations including drug and alcohol, trauma, sexual victimization, self harm, eating disorders, personality disorders, mood disorders, relationship issues

¨       Developed and facilitated Dual Diagnosis group (mental illness and chemical addiction)

 

CRISIS INTERVENTION CLINICIAN (11/04 to 1/08)

¨       Suicidal/homicidal assessment and intervention and hospitalization

 

KIDS HOPE UNITED, Charleston, IL

CHILD & FAMILY THERAPIST (8/02 – 11/04)

¨       Individual, family, relationship therapy, crisis intervention, foster care placement stabilization

¨       Population included domestic violence, chemical addictions, sexual victimization, trauma, and grief


 

EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, LAKE LAND COLLEGE, FAIRFIELD COLLEGE,

            Charleston, Mattoon and  Newton, IL

ADJUNCT FACULTY (2000 to present)

¨       Instructor for Drugs in Society, Intro to Psychology, Human Relations, Theories of Personality, Adolescent Psychology, Abnormal Psychology

 

COUNSELING AND INFORMATION FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT/ABUSE, Robinson, IL

PROGRAM DIRECTOR (1/98 - 6/00-resigned to attend Master's program full-time.)(Vol 8/97 - 1/98)

¨       Conducted  24-hr crisis intervention, counseling, legal/medical advocacy.

¨       Identified populations included sexual victimization, trauma, self harm, grief.

 

__________________SPECIALIZED THERAPEUTIC TRAINING________________

 

MISCELLANEOUS

            CANS (Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths)(9.0hrs)

            Psychological First Aid (40.0 hrs)

            Trauma 101(12.0 hrs)

            Trauma 201(12.0 hrs)

            Neurofeedback (64hrs) (CERTIFIED)

            Biofeedback (80.0hrs) (CERTIFIED)

            EMDR I Therapy "Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing" (17.0 hrs.) (CERTIFIED)

EMDR II Therapy 2/07 (18 hrs)(CERTIFIED)

Brief Solution-Focused Family Therapy - Academy of Addictions Treatment Prof. (6.0hrs.)

            Personality Disorders I & II - Gregory Lester, PhD. - (16.0hrs.)

Dissociative Identity Disorder - Midwest Conf. (1.5 hrs.)Adolescent Support Groups - ICASA

In School Support Groups - ICASA

Talking to Your Child Through Play Therapy - CharterHospital (1.75 hrs.)

Children/Adolescents in a Violent Society - EIU Counseling Dept. (5.0 hrs.)

Grief and Mourning Issues – Pulliam Funeral Homes (2.0 hrs.)

Working With the Out of Control Adolescent - Savannah Family Inst. (6.0 hrs.)

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills - University of ChicagoCenter for Psychiatric Rehabilitation (12.0 hrs.)

            Autism/Asbergers - Barbara Doyle, IL Health Care Assoc (1.5 hrs.)

Providing Service for People with Disabilities/Senior Citizens - SACIS (4.0 hrs.)

Basic Health and Safety - Graywood Foundation - (4.0 hrs.)

Strategies for Empowerment - Dr. Phil McGraw - (2.25 hrs.)

            Reaching Children Through Play Therapy - Byron E. Norton Ed.D. (6.0 hrs.)

            Helping Children Grieve - Mel Erickson, LCSW (6.0 hrs.)

 

SELF HARM AND VICTIMIZATION

Suicide and Depression 2000 - EIU Counseling Center (6.0 hrs.)

Suicide and Depression 2001 - EIU Counseling Center (6.0 hrs.)

Issues of Self-harm - ICASA

Intervention with Sexually Abusive Wards - DCFS (2.0 hrs.)

Treating Men Who Experienced Sexual Abuse - Midwest Conf. (3.5 hrs.)

Why Do Some Men Commit Incest - Midwest Conf. (3.5 hrs.)

Sexual Assault of the Elderly - IL Dept. on Aging (6.0 hrs.)

Sexual Offenders – Dr. Howard Levine (3.0 hrs.)

Treating Specific Trauma Symptoms - Midwest Conf. (3.5 hrs.)

The Cultural Context of Incest - Midwest Conf. (1.5 hrs.)

Counseling Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse - ICASA (12.0 hrs.)

How to Help Adult and Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse - ICASA (6.0 hrs.)

Sexual Assault/Abuse Crisis Intervention - CAISA (43.0 hrs.)

Sex Offender Officer Basic Training - Graham Correctional Center (6.0 hrs.)

            Abuse and Neglect - Graywood Foundation - (1.0 hrs.)

Kids Without a Conscience - Digurd H. Zielke - (6.0 hrs.)

Non-offending Family Members - Children's Advocacy Ctr of IL (5.0hrs.)

            The Impact of Child/Abuse & Violence on Children - Bruce E. Pe rry, MD (5.25 hrs.)

 

CHEMICAL ADDICTIONS

Caffeine, Crystal, Cocaine, and Other Cousins - Southeastern Family Counseling

AIDS & STD's - Southeastern Family Counseling


Pam Miller Reaches

Tuscola IL
Robinson IL
Effingham IL
Charleston IL
Paris IL