Deborah Miller-Froh, LMFT (she/her)

Psychotherapy for Adults

To understand yourself. To be understood. To evolve.
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I believe in the transformative nature of psychotherapy. I work with people who are struggling, and decide take the courageous step to ask for help. Many of my clients have a history of trauma and suffer from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction, memory problems, parenting challenges, sleep issues, sexual difficulties, chronic pain, relationship problems, and other post-traumatic responses. In addition, present-day situations in our personal or collective worlds can be objectively hard to bear. Our experiences leave traces psychologically and somatically, so I utilize evidence-based, body-oriented, mindfulness techniques to address limiting patterns so that you can live more fully and authentically in today's challenging world. My clients describe me as calm, kind, and real. I appreciate the role of humor, and I am not afraid to gently and directly challenge you when it is useful. We will collaborate, working together on your goals as a team, to help you make the changes you want in your life. Meanwhile, we will celebrate and honor your willingness to engage in this valuable, unfolding, and often life-changing work. I graduated from University of Michigan, attended the California Institute of Integral Studies and JFK University, and received my graduate degree in Somatic Psychotherapy from JFK. I highly value ongoing learning and have training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), EMDR, Clinical Hypnosis, and earned a Certificate in Complex Trauma and Dissociation from the ISSTD Center for Advanced Studies.
Deborah Miller-Froh, LMFT (she/her)