Supervised by Dr. Michelle Freeman, PSY 23888
Savannah Miller provides psychoeducation, neuropsychological assessment, and therapy to children and adolescents at Summit Center’s Walnut Creek office. She is currently a doctoral student in the University of San Francisco’s PsyD program. Savannah entered the field as an undergraduate psychology major at University of San Francisco and as a research assistant at UCSF EdNeuro, where she helped pilot a battery of cognitive assessments to elementary school students in Santa Clara. She then found her way into working with the twice exceptional population as a specialized reading tutor for three years, where she found purpose with these bright and complex children and their families.
For the past year, Savannah worked as a therapist with adults who have severe mental illness. Savannah operates from an existential/humanistic orientation and is a proponent of seeing and honoring the whole person through empathic exploration and unconditional positive regard.