Caroline D. Miller, PsyD is a member of the faculty at William James College, where she teaches graduate courses in psychological assessment and abnormal psychology. She supervises graduate students, interns, and post-doctoral fellows at The Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Consultation (The Brenner Center), a not-for-profit William James College agency and internship site that brings state of the art assessment and testing services to disadvantaged, underserved populations in Massachusetts and throughout the continental United States. She also conducts workshops on psychological assessment measures for local school districts.
In addition to her work at William James College, Dr. Miller is the Director of Assessment and Clinical Services at The Center for LifeSpan Development (CLD). Her clinical interests include learning style differences, child and adolescent psychopathology, family therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. She is a licensed psychologist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Dr. Miller earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Trinity College, a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Boston College, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from William James College. She received her clinical training at the Brighton-Allston Mental Health Association and The Brenner Center. She then completed post-doctoral fellowships in neuropsychological assessment at The Brenner Center and CLD. Dr. Miller's research has focused on learning and memory as well as cross-cultural personality assessment. Dr. Miller is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Massachusetts Psychological Association.