• Rebecca Miller

    Becky sees clients Tuesdays through Saturdays, and can see clients with Blue Cross Blue Shield and Cigna insurance as well as private pay.  

    Dr. Becky Miller (she/they) is a licensed psychologist in Maryland. They have experience with individual and group therapy, group consultation, and facilitating training in the areas of LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent affirming care. At The Goode Practice, they also serve as Testing + Training Coordinator for doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows seeking advanced clinical training working with BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and neurodivergent clients. Becky has worked as a monthly consultant at Rutgers University’s student counseling center, on their Gender and Sexual Diversity Committee. In the area of assessment, they have experience conducting culturally-sensitive neuropsychological and psycho-education assessments with adults and children. 

    Becky works best with adults who are seeking support around queer/trans identities (including guidance and resources related to social, legal, and medical transition), masked autism, OCD, trauma, and non-monogamy. Sessions with Becky include a mix of highly structured skill building (e.g., educational materials, the use of visuals and workbooks) and unstructured processing of emotions, experiences, and thoughts. Becky currently offers informal autism and OCD assessments (without a full psychological report), letters for gender affirming surgeries, accommodation letters for work/school settings, and other documentation of disabilities to better support client’s day-to-day functioning. 

    Becky facilitates a virtual Queer & Neurodivergent group for adults. See the group therapy section of our website for more details about this group.


    BS, The College of Saint Scholastica (psychology)

    MA, University of St. Thomas (counseling psychology)

    PhD, Howard University (clinical psychology)