Dr. Scott Miller
, Argosy University
Scott Miller has extensive clinical experience in a wide variety of settings from private practice in Asheville to multiple staff psychologist positions. He specializes in both psychological testing and therapy with adolescents and adults. Scott was a predoctoral intern at the University of Virginia and a postdoctoral fellow and faculty member at Georgia State University. His education includes a Phil Beta Kappa Bachelor of Arts in American Culture from Northwestern University, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Georgia School of Professional Psychology. Scott has taught psychology at both the graduate and undergraduate level.
His article "The effects of manual-based training on treatment fidelity and outcome: A review of the literature on adult individual psychotherapy" is published in the peer-reviewed journal Psychotherapy: Theory/Research/Practice/Training.
Scott loves the outdoors and has extensive experience in outdoor/experiential education, having been both an Instructor and a Course Director at the North Carolina Outward Bound School.
What are your favorite hobbies?
I love mountain biking and spending time outside. I feel that being in nature contributes to a sense of calm and wonder that I really appreciate. I love the thrills of riding downhill fast and the both workout and the life metaphors inherent in a long uphill climb.
What is the most inspiring part of your job?
The most inspiring part of my job is being there for kids when they need someone and helping them grow and change.
If you were a superhero, what would your superpower be?
To slow down or stop time.