Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Emily Miller offers counseling and therapy services for individuals in the South Shore suburbs of Boston, including Hingham, Braintree, Weymouth, Cohasset, Scituate, Marshfield, and Hanover. She also offers telehealth services (virtual counseling or online counseling) to clients across the states of Massachusetts and Minnesota. She focuses on the areas of trauma, grief, anxiety and depression for teens, adults and families.
I specialize in helping clients navigate the messy and overwhelming worlds of depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, life transitions and relationship issues. It’s in the midst of these struggles that I believe we have the best opportunity to find out who we truly are, what we really believe and the type of people we eventually want to become. I aim to provide an environment that is both supportive and challenging – where my clients feel known and understood, while still feeling pushed to find new ways of viewing problems and healthier ways of coping.
I understand how to sit with people in their darkest times, helping them discover the tools they need to come out the other side stronger and more fulfilled. Since earning my Master’s degree in Human Development & Counseling at Vanderbilt University, I’ve primarily worked with children, teens and young adults in schools, colleges, an outpatient clinics. I integrate multiple approaches in my practice including narrative, cognitive, mindfulness, sensorimotor and art-based strategies.
Originally from Atlanta, by way of Nashville and a stop in Minneapolis, I am a New England transplant. In addition to my professional experience as a counselor, I spent four years in the music industry, three years as a professional photographer, and a couple more years in the non-profit world. These varied life experiences bring a unique and creative perspective to my work.