Jessica Miller, Psy.D.

Child & Adolescent Psychologist

Welcome

I am a wife, mother, and licensed clinical psychologist.

For over 10 years, I have provided assessment and therapy services to children, adolescents, and their families in a variety of settings including private practice, behavioral health clinics, schools, hospitals, and pediatrician offices.

My clinical practice has focused on utilizing evidence-based assessment and therapeutic interventions to improve the functioning of children and adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavior difficulties, as well as adjustment to life stressors or a medical condition/chronic illness.

I have also served as a content author and consultant in the development of psychologically-minded content for youth.

Please note, I am only accepting content development / authoring work at this time.

Experience & Education

Content Author & Consultant

Sagepath Digital Agency & The Medal of Honor Foundation

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Children’s Hospital and Medical Center of Omaha

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Children’s Hospital and Medical Center of Omaha

APA Accredited Internship

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/University of Southern California

Doctor of Clinical Psychology

The Georgia School of Professional Psychology
(Argosy University, Atlanta)

Master of Arts of Clinical Psychology

The Georgia School of Professional Psychology
(Argosy University, Atlanta)

Bachelor of Science in Psychology & Criminology

Florida State University

Clinical Specialties

  • Diagnostic assessment
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Parent training
  • Inpatient hospital consultation/liaison
  • Risk assessment and crisis evaluation
  • Pre- and post-transplant evaluation

Authoring & Consulting

My education and experience allow me to offer a unique perspective and expert opinion on the development of content for youth.

LiveUp - Medal of Honor Program logo

LiveUp.org

Archived in 2019, LiveUp was an online program developed to help teens improve their lives and the lives of others, while learning about the core values of the Medal of Honor. I was hired to develop content including: key topics, self-guided activities, quizzes and assessments, a reward system, and video scripts. I also consulted on program aspects including structure, design, and marketing strategies.

Explore the program

Children’s book mockup

Do You Have a Little Innie?

What’s a little Innie, you might ask? And, no, I’m not referring to your belly button. Do you have a little Innie inside your brain? You know, the part of your brain that helps form your personality. Well, Ian, a quiet, book-reading, bug-loving boy does indeed have an Innie – a quirky personification of introversion – residing and working inside his brain.

Throughout my 750-word fictional, picture book, it is Innie who narrates Ian’s story and shares tidbits of information about introversion along the way. Do You Have a Little Innie? is the first in a three-book series, with books two and three focusing on extroversion and ambiversion.