Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. is a co-founder of the Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change, a private group of clinicians and researchers dedicated to studying “what works” in treatment. He also works as a therapist providing all clinical services pro bono to traditionally under-served clients. Dr. Miller conducts workshops and training in the United States, Canada and Europe and is known for his engaging and humorous presentation style. He has presented to many audiences including the American Psychological Association, the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, the International Congress on Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy, and the National Association of Social Workers.
He is the author of numerous articles and co-author of Working with the Problem Drinker: A Solution Focused Approach (Norton, 1992), The “Miracle” Method: A Radically New Approach to Problem Drinking (with Insoo Kim Berg, Norton, 1995), Finding the Adult Within: A Solution-Focused Self-Help Guide (with Barbara McFarland, Brief Therapy Centre Press, 1995), Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: Foundations, Applications, and Research (with Mark Hubble, Jossey-Bass, 1996), Escape from Babel: Toward a Unifying Language for Psychotherapy Practice (with Barry Duncan and Mark Hubble, Norton, 1997), Psychotherapy with Impossible Cases: Efficient Treatment of Therapy Veterans (with Barry Duncan and Mark Hubble, Norton, 1997), The Heart and Soul of Change: Common Factors in Human Services (APA Press, 1999), The Heroic Client: Principles of Client-Directed, Outcome-Informed Clinical Work (Jossey-Bass, 2000), and Creating Hope: “What Works” with Borderline-Diagnosed Clients (with Kay Vaughn and Linda Willits).
More information: www.scottdmiller.com