Dustin Miller is an associate clinical social worker and therapist. He graduated with high honors and distinction from U.C. Santa Barbara where he double majored in Psychology and English. Dustin completed his graduate work at California State University Dominguez Hills and his graduate internship training at Harbor UCLA Medical Center.
In addition to his extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Dustin has also studied applications of evidenced-based trauma treatments such as prolonged exposure, cognitive processing therapy, and trauma-focused CBT.
As an associate clinical social worker and therapist, Dustin uses an evidenced-based approach to treat anxiety and panic disorders such as OCD, health anxiety, and phobias. He also works with people experiencing difficulty regulating their mood or emotions, PTSD, substance use disorders, and those with high stress jobs such as medical professionals, first responders, and athletes.
Dustin is a LGBTQIA+ allied clinician who values developing a non-judgmental therapeutic relationship. Dustin works with adults, adolescents, and families and provides clinical services in English and Spanish.