Professional Background


In Practice Since 1998

New York State licensed psychologist (#013253):  Dr. Nina Miller, a clinical psychologist, received her B.A. from Yale University, in 1989, and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Derner Institute at Adelphi University, in 1997.  After studying psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapy at the Derner Institute, she interned and trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for outpatients with anxiety disorders at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in NYC.  At Weill Cornell- New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) Burn Center, she trained in CBT for acute and post-traumatic stress disorder due to accidents and injuries.  Throughout the '90's, Dr. Miller also coordinated treatment research for mood disorders at Weill Cornell-NYPH.  


She became an interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) study therapist and held the position of Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry from 1998 to 2009 (two years full-time and nine years voluntary faculty) at Weill Cornell-NYPH.  Dr. Miller provided IPT training and supervision to psychology interns and psychiatry residents.  Along with CBT, IPT (developed by Gerald Klerman and Myrna Weissman in the '70's for major depression) is evidence-based.  Dr. Miller was an IPT therapist at Columbia University Medical Center in efficacy studies of IPT adaptations for social anxiety disorder, adolescent depression, perinatal depression and more.


Since advanced trainings in 2014, the grief therapy she provides is also informed by Complicated Grief Treatment, by Kathy Shear, MD.

For most of 2017, Dr. Miller was an IPT supervisor at Weill Cornell NYPH-Westchester Division, Department of Psychiatry, providing weekly supervision to outpatient staff.



Clinical psychologist Dr. Nina Miller provides psychotherapy on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, 10128, near 10028, 10021, and 10025.