Joy Miller, LCPC, CADC

Behavioral & Mental Health, Counseling

Years in Practice: 25 years
Practices In: Romeoville
Patients Seen: Adolescents and Adults

Mrs. Miller’s work expe­ri­ence includes work­ing as a psy­chother­a­pist on an inpa­tient psy­chi­atric unit, work­ing in an Inten­sive Out­pa­tient Pro­gram for treat­ing addic­tions and doing indi­vid­ual psy­chother­a­py with teenagers and adults. Her spe­cial­ties include: Eye Move­ment Desen­si­ti­za­tion and Repro­cess­ing (EMDR), indi­vid­ual, mar­i­tal and fam­i­ly therapy.

I have a pas­sion for help­ing indi­vid­u­als heal, allow­ing them to be who they tru­ly are – the best per­son they can be. This is a most reward­ing role, and I have a great pas­sion for part­ner­ing with clients to help them be free of what pains them. My pas­sion began with my par­ents, who are both ther­a­pists. I grew up in a fam­i­ly tra­di­tion which embraces the love of help­ing oth­ers, and under­stand­ing and wit­ness­ing the true pow­er of ther­a­py. I feel when peo­ple trust me they are giv­ing me a sacred gift – because often they have nev­er trust­ed any­one with what they share. Ther­a­py goes beyond cop­ing skills, it can help heal one’s soul.

Behav­ioral & Men­tal Health insur­ance cov­er­age varies by provider.

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Clinical Interests

PTSD/​Trauma/​EMDR, Addic­tions, Mar­i­tal Coun­sel­ing, Depres­sion, Anx­i­ety, Teen Issues


Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Teen Issues