Erica Miller Counseling Group LLC.

2892 East Park Avenue, Suite 7

Tallahassee, Florida 32301

850-508-3306


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ERICA MILLER COUNSELING GROUP LLC. values you and your family. We are here to help you deal with your life's transitions. If you are in need of counseling or other services, we provide counseling, psycho-education, and consultation services to families, individuals, and groups.

Our therapeutic approach involves behavioral based interventions to treat depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorders, conduct disorders, anger management, grief and loss issues, and family and relational conflict. Behavioral based interventions are designed to help you identify specific behavioral strategies that you can utilize in your day-to-day life to manage your symptoms. We believe that all behaviors can be changed or altered if you are committed to the process of change.

We have extensive experience working with all populations, but our specialties include working with preteens, teenagers, single parents, and blended families (stepmother/stepfather), and adoptive families. Let us help you with your transition. Call us today for an appointment.

We offer in-person and teletherapy services. If you opt for tele-therapy services, we provide a HIPAA-compliant, safe, and secure environment. In-person services are socially distanced. You must wear a face mask for all in-person services. Regardless of the option that you select, you will be provided with the highest quality of services.

We tailor our services to meet your needs. We provide individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, or a combination of services. Other services include anger management, parenting, and group therapy services.

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