Kristine Miller, M.S.W., L.M.S.W., is a licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years of experience working with children, teens, and families. Kristine’s work experience spans across multiple settings; schools, clinical therapy, behavioral therapy, and child welfare. Kristine works with clients with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, developmental delays, parenting concerns, behavior challenges, Autism Spectrum Disorder, social/emotional delays, and ADHD. Kristine also has spent many years working with those who have experienced trauma, grief/loss or physical/emotional abuse.
Kristine’s therapy style is interactive, creative, and focused on the client’s individuality. Kristine believes in building on a child’s strengths and the importance of a genuine therapeutic relationship with her clients and families to produce positive outcomes. Kristine combines many treatment modalities to meet individual client’s needs including but not limited to cognitive behavior therapy, play therapy, and mindfulness. Kristine also believes in the importance of self care in improving overall well being.
Through Kristine’s experience working in the school setting, she has supported many teachers, parents, and children with designing behavioral interventions to target specific needs. She also has worked with both special education and general education student populations to support a multitude of social emotional needs. Kristine was also a content leader that lead professional development and a lead social worker in her district that mentored and supervised new school social workers.
Kristine received both her bachelor’s and master’s in social work from Wayne State University, and also has a school social work certification. Kristine is passionate about continuing education and self improvement. In her personal life, Kristine enjoys reading, walking her dog, traveling with her husband, cooking, and making her own candles.