Catherine Miller, PhD, ABPP
Roles and Interests
- Child & Adolescent Interventions
- Ethics & Professional Issues
- Clinical Supervisor - Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinic Portland
Clinical & Research Interests
Child Clinical Psychology, Juvenile Delinquency, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Behavioral Assessment and Treatment, Ethical and Legal Issues, Application of Behavioral Principles with Animal Behavior Problems, Animal Hoarding
- PhD, West Virginia University, Child Clinical Psychology, 1993
- MA, West Virginia University, 1990
- BA, University of New Orleans, 1987
- American Psychological Association (APA), Divisions 53 and 54
- Oregon Psychological Association (OPA)
- Licensed Psychologist in State of Oregon
- Board Certified in Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology
- Member of Oregon Board of Psychologists (OBOP)
Selected Recent Publications/Presentations (*denotes student author)
*Bailey, K. L., & Miller, C. A. (2022, March). Exploring the stability of cognitive performance in foster care youth: Implications for psychological assessment and intervention [Poster]. Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma (IVAT) Hawaii Summit.
Miller, C. A., & Antick, J. R. (2022, January). The year of the flipped classroom [Workshop]. National Council of Schools & Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP).
*Masuret, M., Miller, C. A., & Clark, J. (2021, March). Exploring the use of facility dogs during forensic interviews with children [Poster]. American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS).
Miller, C. A., Lewis, E., & Wood, K. (2020, November). Animal hoarding: Issues in family law cases [Webinar]. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) and Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF).
Workgroup on a Toolkit about Parental Physical Discipline. (2020). How to talk about parents hitting kids: A toolkit for community messengers [Pilot]. Report of the American Psychological Association, Division 37, Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice.
Clark, J., R., Miller, C. A., & *Garwood, E. (2019). Rethinking the admissions interview: Piloting multiple mini-interviews (MMIs) in a graduate psychology program. Psychological Reports, 123(5). https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0033294119896062
*Aton, E., Miller, C., & Clark, J. (2019, March). The relationship between the presence of a Courthouse Dog and anxiety in victims [Poster]. American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS).