Miller Paul N Phd

5625 College Ave OaklandCA94618

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Miller Paul N PHD can be found at College Ave 5625. The following is offered: Mental Health Clinics. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Oakland there are 160 other Mental Health Clinics. An overview can be found here.
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My clients are curious about their self-defeating tendencies. Why do they get in their own way in relationships, at work, in school, or in expressing their inspiration and creativity? We look together at the barriers to success that interfere with productivity and peace of mind. Because I have co-authored the book, "Procrastination: Why You Do It; What To Do About It NOW," many of my clients...
by psychologytoday on July 30, 2013 from psychologytoday
I am a seasoned and dedicated psychotherapist with nearly twenty years of experience. My specialties include: Relationship Issues (such as healthy communication, dating, pre-marital counseling, divorce, blended families and infidelity); Grief and Loss; Addiction, Recovery and Codependence; Anxiety and Depression. My approach is warm, compassionate and direct, meaning my clients experience me as...
by psychologytoday on July 28, 2013 from psychologytoday
Dr. Collins provides psychological evaluations for children and adults to help unravel and understand the challenges they face. The results serve as a roadmap to determine what types of interventions will work best. The evaluation takes from 10 to 15 hours. Tests cover IQ, memory, language, executive functioning and emotional and neuropsychological screening. The results are provided in a...
by psychologytoday on July 26, 2013 from psychologytoday
In my practice I tailor treatment to individual needs and whether you are looking for medication management, psychotherapy or a combination of both treatment modalities I can help you take the first step towards unlocking your full potential.
by psychologytoday on July 22, 2013 from psychologytoday