Licensed Professional Counselor – Intern
You are more than the things that happened to you in the past or the ways
that you acted when you were hurting. You are a multi-faceted, unique,
resilient, and capable person. You belong and you matter. I believe this is
true of each and every person, even though many of us haven’t had
experiences that affirm these truths. And so we go on living outside of who
we really are—feeling disconnected and alone, fragmented and confused,
anxious and depressed, and the list goes on and on.
I know this, because I’ve been there. And in the depths of a difficult time, I
was met with the compassionate and steady support of my therapist who
never once looked away from my pain. In doing so, she empowered me to
process painful elements of my life and reconnect with my strength and
creativity. This experience changed the trajectory of my personal and
professional path and led me to leave my tech job and pursue a Masters in
Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
My work as a therapist centers on creating a space where my clients can
bring their whole selves into the room—their mind, body, and soul. I see
my role as one of witness, collaborator, cheerleader, and listener. I
have a profound respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, and trust
your inner wisdom and strength to guide our work.
I offer psychotherapy services for individual adults from all backgrounds,
identifies, and bodies. I identify as mixed race (Filipina and white American)
and feel passionate about and have training in working with clients who
want to explore and integrate their complex identities in regard to race,
culture, and spirituality. Ultimately, I feel excited to work with anyone who
wants to deepen in their connection to their true self, others, and the world
My approach is integrative in nature, and informed by a few core theories,
including: relational psychodynamic, attachment, interpersonal
neurobiology, somatic (body-based), and experiential theories. My training
in DEEP (Dynamic Enriched Experiential Psychotherapy), which is based
on AEDP, helps me integrate these modalities in a skilled, authentic, and
I am a learner at heart and always have a stack of books, queue full of
podcasts, and list of trainings and workshops to attend. This is because I
love what I do! And because I will never ask you to work harder than I am.
If any of this resonates with you, I invite you to reach out for a free 20-
minute phone consultation to help us both get to know each other a bit
more and explore the possibility of working together.
Angeline Miller, LPC Intern
Supervised by Michelle Silva Segura, LPC-S, LMFT-S, SEP