Dr. Cindy Faith Miller is an Arizona licensed psychologist and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who specializes in treating children, adolescents, and adults with social-emotional, behavioral, and educational needs. Dr. Miller received her Ph.D. in School Psychology from New York University in 2008 and completed her APA-approved clinical psychology internship at the Devereux Foundation in Pennsylvania. Dr. Miller has received training in both private and public school settings, outpatient settings, hospitals, and in specialized educational programs for children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, developmental needs. She participated in a Family and Multicultural Therapy program for two years at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City where she received supervised family therapy and multicultural competence-based training. Dr. Miller currently specializes in helping children and families with issues involving parenting, behavioral problems, social skills, anxiety, depression, academics, and family and peer relationships. She also enjoys working individually with adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, or relationship difficulties. Dr. Miller utilizes a strength-based integrative approach to therapy, which combines interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, systemic, and psychodynamic approaches. She works collaboratively with individuals and families to determine which approaches would work best to meet their unique needs. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Miller is an Assistant Research Professor at Arizona State University. Her research seeks to understand the development of and consequences associated with children’s social (e.g., gender stereotypes) and academic (e.g., growth mindset) cognitions. Her research also involves developing and evaluating interventions to promote positive social and academic outcomes.