Chantelle Miller is an empathetic, considerate, and intentional clinician. She is devoted to supporting her clients as agents of change and healing in their own lives. She emphasizes a collaborative, strengths-based, and judgment-free approach. Chantelle takes time and care to listen to her client's challenges to help them find effective and healthy ways to manage stress and cope with difficult life events.
Chantelle applies an intersectional framework to validate the unique identities and experiences of each individual she treats. She integrates humanistic, psychodynamic, and feminist therapy concepts that encourage clients to link their personal needs and human condition to the broader dynamics in their families, relationships, local communities, and global environment.
Chantelle earned her Bachelors of Science in Psychology with a minor in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2016. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from DePaul University in 2022, where she is also completing her doctoral training in Clinical-Child Psychology.
In addition to her expertise, Chantelle is light-hearted, relatable, and spiritually inclined.
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