• Ed Miller, LPC

    Rate: $120
    Insurance: In-network with Aetna, BCBS, UHC, Optum, and UMR.
    Locations: Weatherford & Online

    Ed Miller is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been working in private practice since 2013. Ed has a caring and kind disposition which makes it easy for him to get along with everyone. He works with a wide variety of clients from children to adults.

    Ed’s counseling experience is rich. Not only has he spent several years working in private practice with children, teens, adults, and couples, but he has also served as the Probation Services Coordinator for Sharp Family Services in Denton, Texas. In this capacity he was responsible for provision of therapy services to adult and juvenile probation clients, as well as individual, group, and family clients. He worked directly with Denton County Adult Probation and Denton County Juvenile Probation, as well as serving as a staff counselor for the Denton County DWI Court.

    Ed specializes in anxiety, depression, ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar I and II, couple’s issues, and more. For children, he uses Play Therapy and allows parents to watch the session from the lobby via live cam. For teens and adults, he uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and incorporates worksheets and other tools during the session depending on the client’s needs.

    Before entering private practice, Ed served many churches in Texas as a Minister of Music and Education over the past 40 years, providing pastoral counseling in each church, and still leads worship part-time. One of Ed’s proud accomplishments is singing with the Singing Men of North Central Texas for 39 years. Ed has been married to his wife, Terri, for 47 years and has two daughters, one of whom is also an LPC, and five wonderful grandchildren.

    Ed earned his Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 2013.

    Schedule a session with Ed and you’ll be glad you did. He has helped countless individuals overcome their anxiety and depression. It’s no wonder people keep coming back to him.

    Schedule an appointment by calling our office today.

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