Dr. David Miller

Dr. David Miller received his doctorate in 1992 from Hofstra University’s School/Clinical Psychology program where he pursued his interests in social learning theory and cognitive behavioral interventions for children and adults. During his tenure at Hofstra University, he completed a school psychology internship, spanning elementary, middle and high school, as well as a clinical internship at the Institute for Behavior Therapy (IBT).

While at IBT, Dr. David Miller cultivated specific interests in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders and developed a specialty in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Dr. Miller built a small private practice in Manhattan and, in 1993, was fortunate to take a position as Staff Psychologist at Maimonides Medical Center. At the medical center Dr. Miller honed his skills in the treatment of Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorders offering group and individual treatment in a milieu therapy setting. Dr. Miller also pursued training and teaching interests supervising Pre-doctoral Psychology Interns and offered courses in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Case Formulation for the Psychiatry Residency Program.

In addition, Dr. Miller’s training experiences include a modest role in the Department of Hematology/Oncology where he acts as the Director of Psychosocial Training. In 2005, Dr. David Miller was offered a position as Associate Director of the Continuing Day Treatment Service and now serves as Director of the Wellness Recovery Program serving the severely and persistently mentally ill. During his current twenty-year tenure at Maimonides Medical Center, Dr. Miller pursued an interest in the diverse multicultural opportunities in the Borough Park area and, ultimately, developed a private practice serving the unique needs of the population therein. The genesis of the Cognitive Behavioral and Integrative Psychology Associates is the next step in expanding those services to children, adults, couples and families in the Borough Park community.