On The Mark with Dr. Markesha Miller

Meet Your Host

April 2, 2018

Accomplished, humble and “marked” for success, Dr. Markesha Miller has made her life’s work to empower women, communities, children and enrich families.   As a Licensed Psycho-therapist (North and South Carolina) and Certified Family Court Mediator, Miller is committed to making sure our families are healthy, happy and strong. A fifteen year court appointed special advocate (CASA) and frequent lecturer and presenter at conferences, universities and expert to various media outlets, Miller answers the call daily to provide her expertise across numerous platforms.

Miller is a 2000 graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Bachelors of Arts in English & Psychology, with additional degrees in Counselor Education (2003) and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counselor Education and Supervision (2010). Qualified and committed, Miller is the Owner and Director of Holistic Psychological & Associates with two locations (Columbia, South Carolina & Pageland, South Carolina), Vice President/Clinical Director of  The Center for Emotional and Behavioral Change (CEBC) South Carolina operations.

Over the past 15 years, Miller has provided over 5,000 private counseling sessions, published on various issues ranging from multicultural pedagogy to wellness, and participated in national, regional and state wide presentations on topics ranging from multicultural education issues (undergraduate and graduate students) to examining the various educational, cultural and environmental issues that are unique to women of color.  Miller is committed. This commitment is to not only to educate, research and lecture but a passion to educate the public about various mental health issues that plague our families and communities.   Miller currently serves on various boards throughout South Carolina, currently serving as the Vice-President for the National Alliance for Mental Illness.

Miller is committed to her profession, community and the fabric of our communities, family.  When not changing the world through counseling, lecturing and serving, Miller enjoys writing, family time, and traveling.   You can also catch Dr. Miller every Thursday morning on WACH FOX 57 for “Therapy Thursday”.