- Describe 3 unique issues about growing up gay
- Discuss how to address issues regarding growing up gay in sessions with clients.
- Discuss intersectionality of LGBTQ+ youth and ethnicity, and how to promote accepting behaviors within the families and communities.
- Describe 2 clinical skills to help clients accept their LGBTQ+ clients and communities, and to minimize micro-aggressions in treatment.
Rick Miller, LICSW, is a psychotherapist with over 37 years of clinical experience whose career has evolved beyond practicing psychotherapy into becoming an acclaimed expert in interpersonal dynamics.
Clients and institutions he works with report tremendous satisfaction with their results as a result of his focus on the experiential aspects of day-to-day life and the enhancement of interpersonal connections. Attendees at his speaking engagements consistently rate him higher than most speakers based on his approachable style and inspiring messages.
He is also an author, business consultant, public speaker, and teacher working with individuals and groups across the globe.
He helps clients and audiences learn how to make life more fulfilling by paying particular attention to feelings and using one’s internal body experiences to achieve success. He emphasizes that everyone has every resource they need within themselves by utilizing this awareness rather than pushing it aside.
He is a recipient of the Greatest Contribution to Social Work Practice award from the National Association of Social Workers.
A partial list of clients and teaching venues includes the Yale/New Haven Health System’s Department of Diversity and Inclusion, Esther Perel Sessions, Harvard University Medical School, Psychology Today, and interviews with The New York Times.
He is the author of two books, writes a regular column for Psychology Today, and is a sought-after interviewee for a plethora of podcasts, articles, and videos. His own articles appear in major professional and popular publications.