Mental Health Services Provided by Dr. Linda Miller

With over 26 years of experience as a psychiatric specialist, Dr. Miller can help provide a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of a variety of disorders related to child, teen, and adult mental health.

Our people-first programs and services put you or your loved one at the center of every diagnosis or treatment. So if you or a loved is struggling with finding a balanced and healthy life, Dr. Miller can help provide a path to better health.


Anxiety can be caused by many factors in everyday life. Whether it’s worry over work, family or friends anxiety can cause unrest, uneasiness, and fear in doing the things that you love to do. Treatments and therapy for anxiety-related disorders can range from dietary and exercise changes to psychotherapy or medication.


Mood disorders like depression can cause extreme disruption in one’s physical, social, or even professional life. Fatigue, loss of appetite, and loss of sleep or too much sleep are all signs that one may be depressed. Proactive treatments for depression can help those affected with medication, psychotherapy or lifestyle changes. If you think you, your child, or someone you know is affected by depression, do not hesitate to reach out and offer your support.


Stress is a normal and natural response to new situations, stressors at work, or perceived danger that can become extremely harmful to your mental and physical health if not managed properly. Stress-related issues can all be addressed with support and treatment from Dr. Linda Miller.


Primarily diagnosed in children, ADHD can affect anyone young or old. Marked by difficulties concentrating, concentrating too intensely, or difficulties learning, ADHD is treatable through psychotherapy, medication, and lifestyle changes. Each case of ADHD is unique, so therapy from Dr. Miller may range depending on the individual affected by the disorder.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Most likely to affect children between the ages of six and 18, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is marked by extreme aggression or obstinance toward authority figures. Symptoms most commonly start to emerge before a child becomes eight years old can cause extreme strain at school and at home.

Bipolar Disorder

Previously known as manic depression, bipolar disorder can cause extreme swings in mood, energy levels, and motivation. While bipolar disorder is common among adults in the United States, It can be easily treated through psychotherapy and supportive care. Dr. Miller can help put your loved one manage their symptoms and get back to a more balanced life.


If you or a loved one is having difficulty concentrating, lapses in memory, or distinct periods removed from reality, then schizophrenia may be the cause. Primarily affecting individuals in the middle of their life, schizophrenia affects close to 200,000 people in the United States every year. Though it cannot be cured, its symptoms and effects can be treated with therapy, medication, and changes in lifestyle.


As the majority of our population continues to age, it will be all the more important to be aware of the signs of dementia. Loss of memory, impaired thinking and daily functioning, and a decrease in social skills are all linked to early and onset dementia. Caught early, dementia is a disorder that may be treated with therapy and medication. Each case of dementia is unique, so Dr. Miller approaches each case with treatment and therapy that will best fit you or your loved one’s specific issues.

Questions About Mental Health?

Dr. Miller is here to help you or a loved one recognize and manage their symptoms or disorder. Through a personalized approach, She is able to provide a plan that will help you find a balanced and healthy lifestyle.