Felice Miller, Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty, Psychology
Ph.D., University of Maryland; M.A., University of Maryland; B.A., New York University
Dr. Felice Miller received her A.B. degree from the University of Rochester, her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, and completed postdoctoral training programs in Gestalt therapy, Family therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral therapy.
Currently, she is a licensed psychologist in private practice working with families, individuals, couples, and groups. As faculty at UCLA Medical School and Extension and Pepperdine University, she teaches and trains the general public, businesses, psychology graduate students and physicians in group counseling and communication; lectures in women's health and life cycle issues; and runs groups for team building and stress management. As expert in the field of interpersonal and intercultural communication and team building, she is a consultant to U.S. and international business, education and medical groups. Her article "Listen Up" in the June 99 issue of the Los Angeles County Medical Association journal detailed how effective communication can help prevent malpractice. Her article on "Challenging and Changing Stress-Producing thinking" in the Western Journal of Medicine (2000) discussed methods for reducing stress-producing and perfectionistic thinking.