OCD and Anxiety
A licensed clinical psychologist, Kristin L. Miles, PsyD, serves as attending psychologist for Child and Adolescent Day Treatment at Rogers' West Allis hospital campus. In addition to overseeing the clinical programming, Dr. Miles supervises students and interns and provides educational training. A graduate of the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology in Milwaukee, Dr. Miles is a member of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists and the American Psychological Association. She has served in multiple mental health settings, where she acquired a variety of behavioral health skills, including working with autistic children, planning and implementing psychoeducation groups, assisting in crisis interventions, communicating with multiple groups (social workers, physicians, group leaders, staff, family members, etc.), performing psychological evaluations, completing intake questionnaires and seeing patients of all ages for individual outpatient therapy.
Dr. Miles' primary clinical interests include posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety and other internalizing disorders. Dr. Miles works with patients using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and a patient-centered approach. She is passionate about teaching mental health and supporting patients on their road to recovery.