Christine Miller, CSWA,  (she/her)
Associate Mental Health Therapist 


Christine has been involved with family care for most of her life – as a mother, a teacher, a doula, and a family support professional. It is her goal to provide children and their families with the tools, support, education, and infrastructure essential to navigating the challenges of all stages of life, from early childhood, to adolescence, to adulthood. Her experiences and unique challenges as a mother particularly inform her practice; she knows how these journeys are among the most emotional and impactful portions of our lives, a reality too often overlooked, misunderstood, and underserved.

After a degree in Early Childhood Education from Iowa State University, Christine dedicated herself to supporting families and children. From her work as a childcare provider to her service as a CASA, she’s devoted herself to helping those around her with the joys and challenges of family life. She returned to complete her MSW at the Erikson Institute in Chicago, to further expand her practice and ability to help families and children.

She has a love/passion for children and families, and this is what has motivated her to work alongside new and experienced parents and their children to create happy and healthy memories. She also has extensive experience supporting adult clients through various challenges in their life.

Christine is an open-minded and inclusive, and non-judgmental individual, and happy to see clients from all walks of life, orientations, and needs. She is guided in her daily life by her faith, and believes in a strength-based approach to life and to everything that she does.

Christine is a clinical social worker associate, which means that she has completed her schooling, and is in the process of working towards her licensing requirements.  She receives her clinical supervision from Holly Pomme, LCSW, L-6179.

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