Dr. Miller is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology and Philosophy at Texas Woman's University (TWU) in Denton, Texas. Dr. Miller was a faculty member at TWU since 1990 and retired in May, 2105. In September, 2015, Dr. Miller became the Executive Director of the Woodcock Institute for the Advancement of Neurocognitive Research and Applied Practice, which is housed at TWU.
Dr. Miller has been an active leader and presenter in state and national school psychology associations since 1992. Dr. Miller served as the President of NASP in 2003-04. Dr. Miller is also an active researcher in the field of school neuropsychology and early childhood assessment. Dr. Miller is the author of the Essentials of School Neuropsychological Assessment (2007), and the Best Practices in School Neuropsychology: Guidelines for Effective Practice, Assessment, and Evidence-Based Intervention (2010), a co-author of Essentials of WJ III Cognitive Assessment - Second Edition (2010), and the Essentials of School Neuropsychological Assessment - Second Edition (2013).
Dr. Miller has more than 30 years of experience in school psychology and more than 20 years of experience in school neuropsychology. Dr. Miller received a Doctoral degree from The Ohio State University in 1989. His doctoral studies were a unique blend between school psychology, neuropsychology, and electrophysiology. Dr. Miller is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP), a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP-TX), a licensed psychologist (OH) and holds the Diplomate in School Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology and the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology. He is also a Fellow with the National Academy of Neuropsychologists.
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Areas of Expertise (7)
Lifetime Achievement Award (professional)
Awarded by the National Association of School Psychologists Neuropsychology Interest Group
Distinction in Service Award (professional)
Awarded by Texas Woman's University
President, National Association of School Psychologists (professional)
2003 - 2004
Founding President, Texas Association of School Psychologists (professional)
1994 - 1994
The Ohio State University: Ph.D., Education 1989
Emphasis: School Psychology, Neuropsychology & Electrophysiology
Miami University: M.A., School Psychology 1980
The University of Cincinnati: B.A., Psychology 1978
- National Academy of Neuropsychologists : Fellow
- National Association of School Psychologists
- Texas Association of School Psychologists
- American Academy of School Psychology
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