Ph.D

Dr. Miles Diller

Dr. Miles Diller
Miles Diller is a psychologist with over thirty years of experience with children, adolescents and adults, providing therapy, testing and diagnostic services for ADHD, learning, and other behavioral, emotional and social problems. He is certified in Gestalt, has trained and conducted research in cognitive behavioral therapy, and has experience in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT); he uses all of these approaches to help alleviate anxiety, depression, stress, and phase of life issues.

Working with Dr. Diller will help you to accept yourself more fully, appreciate your struggles in a new way, and find new resources to improve your ability to make the most of life.

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Through psychoeducational testing, psychological testing and ADHD evaluations and screenings, Dr. Diller can determine your intellectual, educational, attentional, and psychological strengths and weaknesses, and develop recommendations to improve your educational experience, reduce the negative effects of ADHD, and/or better understand psychological issues.

For school-aged children, Miles worked as a supervisory school psychologist for several years. He is intimately familiar with negotiating the educational environment and IEP process, and can be an effective educational advocate and consultant.

My Training and Background

I have a Masters in Clinical Psychology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Child Psychology from DePaul University in Chicago. I received a certificate in Gestalt therapy from the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.

I’ve presented and published on numerous topics including autism, anxiety, stress, parent-child communication, and aviation mental health.

Working with Miles

I’m familiar with the tenacity and courage it takes to enter therapy and make personal changes to overcome challenges. Therapy is a unique place where you can be nurtured and challenged. I look forward to getting to know you and walking with you to explore new possibilities together.

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202-629-1949 ext. 6

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