Tanesha Miller is a skilled licensed master social worker who uses a warm, relaxed approach to create an environment that is conducive to improving emotional and behavioral problems. She utilizes theoretical approaches that include person-centered, solution-focused, and cognitive-behavioral therapies. Her wide-ranging expertise encompasses issues such as trauma, anger management, self-esteem, domestic violence, life stressors, and conflict within interpersonal relationships.

Miller is passionate about helping people discover healthy living and personal wholeness — emotionally, mentally, and physically. She understands the challenges of life and believes healing is a process that involves a caring professional. She has served diverse cultural and socioeconomic populations, equipping her with the tools needed to connect with and provide support to varied individuals, and to guide them toward transforming and reclaiming their lives.

Miller earned a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Science, both in social work, from the University of Texas at Arlington. She is also a certified life coach, a certified mediator, and has provided training and presentations for nonprofit organizations, schools, and community groups.