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Paige Miller, LGPC

eatingdisordertherapist
Teens & Adults

Reaching out for mental health treatment can be quite daunting and coupled with various life stressors the whole process can be overwhelming. It is important to know that you and your experiences are valid and do matter. Throughout this journey, please know that you are not alone and that I am very excited to work with you.

I am currently working as a resident in counseling. I obtained my Degree in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Marymount University. I have gained experience working with adults in both individual and group settings. I have also gained experience from working in a residential setting specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. I have had the privilege of working with individuals from all walks of life including those experiencing anxietydepression, various life and relationship stressors, and eating disorders. 

My passion for working with individuals experiencing disordered eating began after spending time working in a residential setting for the treatment of eating disorders. This experience opened my eyes to how complex and personal each individual’s relationship with food and their body is. 

Disordered eating can take many different forms and as such it is important to increase one’s awareness surrounding thought patterns and behaviors that may be keeping you feeling stuck and at war with yourself. It is my goal to help you uncover patterns and past trauma to get to the root issues to ultimately promote healing and recovery.

One of my core beliefs that I like to incorporate throughout sessions is the concept of body neutrality. Body neutrality is the act of taking a more neutral stance towards one’s body, both emotionally and physically. Accepting one’s body as they are and not punishing yourself when you are not what society deems as “perfect” can help change your perspective to escape from the self-blame self-hatred spiral. 

I aim to help you increase acceptance and comfort towards yourself and your body. 

I believe that the key to successful mental health treatment is the therapeutic relationship. I provide a warm validating environment that fosters self-growth and increases acceptance towards oneself. I look forward to providing you with a safe space to process experiences and emotions that have had and continue to have an impact on you.

My Therapeutic Approach:


I view therapy from a holistic lens and believe that there are several areas within your life that contribute to your overall wellness. I look forward to collaborating with you and fostering a sense of balance within your life. I acknowledge that every individual is unique with different experiences, so I tend to lean towards a Person-Centered Approach. I also integrate from several other theories including, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Attachment Theory. Additionally, I incorporate mindfulness-based techniques throughout sessions.

I work under the supervision of Isabel Kirk, LPC and Andreea Solfavi, LPC