Published Books & Resources by David E. Miller, Ph.D., Psychologist

 

Free Resources for patients and visitors.

Release of Information Form – Click to Download

Patient Information Form – Click to Download


Correct Thinking – Free Resource – Click to Download

The Marriage Creed – Free Resource – Click to Download

Respond vs. React –  Free Resource – Click to Download


OCD Checklist – Free Resource – Click to Download

Depression Checklist – Free Resource – Click to Download

Anxiety Checklist – Free Resource – Click to Download

ADHD Checklist – Free Resource – Click to Download

10 Coping Skills to Help Anxiety, Fear, Panic, Phobias, and OCD – Free Resource  – Click To Download

10 Coping Skills to Help Anger Management –
Free Resource – Click To Download


ADHD Worksheet for children – Free Resource – Click To Download

ADHD Horse Sense Worksheet – Free Resource – Click To Download


STOP… THINK… DO Poster – Free Resource – Click To Download

Six Excellent Books For The Family…

I’m Really Sad…Can Somebody Help Me?

As a Christian psychologist who has worked with hundreds of children and adolescents experiencing depression, Dr. David E. Miller has created a simple two-part workbook designed for these children and their parents. The activities in the workbook are designed to help children learn coping skills to help better manage or overcome the symptoms of depression. The parent’s section of the workbook is a resource of ideas that can help their children overcome depression. Since these concepts have application to the classroom and other settings dealing with children, the workbook can serve as a resource to parents, teachers, Pediatricians, Counselors, and other personnel working with children.

Good Horse Sense To Help Manage ADHD.

A timely and relevant self-help book for children struggling with ADHD

  • Practical Suggestions
  • A Helpful Resource Guide for Parents & Teachers of Children with ADHD

As a Christian psychologist who has worked with hundreds of children and adolescents experiencing problems with ADHD, Dr. David Miller has created a simple two-part workbook designed for these children and their parents. The workbook promotes several activities and illustrations for the child to color as they work through the workbook. These activities are designed to help children learn ten coping skills and ten additional helpful tools to better manage this condition. Rather than see ADHD as a “disorder,” the workbook promotes seeing it as a “condition” for which one can learn to manage. Since children typically enjoy horses, the workbook is told from the main character’s perspective-ROWDY, a miniature horse who has ADHD.

I’m Really Scared…What Can I Do?

Workbook and resource guide for children and their parents struggling with Anxiety, Panic, Fears, Phobias, and OCD.

As a Christian psychologist who has worked with hundreds of children and adolescents experiencing problems with excessive fear, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, and obsessive compulsive disorder, Dr. David E. Miller has created a simple two-part workbook designed for these children and their parents. The workbook promotes several activities to help children learn ten coping skills for learning how to better manage these conditions or symptoms associated with the condition. The coping skills are presented as “tricks” that can help a child learn to control his or her anxiety. By working through the children’s portion of the workbook the child learns coping skills for better handling anxiety; the parent’s section of the workbook contains many suggestions and resource ideas for helping their children learn coping skills.

Attitude Adjustment Needed Now!!!

Having worked with hundreds of children experiencing problems with anger, Dr. David E. Miller has created a simple two-part workbook designed for these children and their parents.  The workbook promotes several activities to help children learn ten coping skills for expressing anger appropriately and reducing impulsive outbursts or inappropriate expressions of anger.  The coping skills are presented as “tricks” that can help a child learn to control his or her anger.  By working through the children’s portion of the workbook, a child learns coping skills for better handling anger and begins to consider consequences for his or her decision and behavior.  The parent’s section of the workbook contains many suggestions and resource ideas for helping their children learn coping skills, resulting in better anger management.  Since these concepts have application to the classroom as well as the home environment, the workbook can serve as a resource to parents, teachers, and other personnel working with children in educational settings.

My Parents Are Getting A Divorce…What Now?

As a Christian psychologist who has worked with multitudes of children struggling through the trauma of their parent’s divorce, Dr. Miller has created a simple two-part workbook designed for these children and their parents.  The workbook promotes several activities to help children with coping skills and adjusting to the many changes in their lives as a result of their parent’s decision to end the marriage.  By working through the children’s portion of the workbook, a child learns coping skills for better handling this trauma and concepts that help with overall emotional adjustment.  The parent’s section of the workbook contains many suggestions for them as they deal the challenges surrounding custody, visitations, loyalty conflicts, and the “do’s” and “don’ts” for helping their children through this dramatic change in their lives.  Since children struggling with this issue often begin experiencing school problems, the workbook can serve as a resource to parents, teachers, and other personnel working with children in educational settings.

Christian Parenting In Today’s World

A common sense guide and self-help book for parents including developmental expectations, common disciplinary problems and suggested strategies. In our fast-paced, contemporary society, good parents often lose focus on the essentials of raising their children.  Dr. Miller presents normal developmental expectations, discusses the importance of maintaining a good parent-child relationship with good communication, suggests a variety of proven disciplinary methods that can help children reach maturity, and offers ways to nurture those elements contributing to a positive self-esteem.  While differentiating between punishment and discipline, Dr. Miller provides a multitude of suggested measures to ensure that discipline can be a positive and effective learning experience rather than a negative one.  Although challenging for most, this book conveys that parenting can be a successful and rather enjoyable experience if parents utilize teamwork and implement the principles suggested.

NOTE: All 5 books available can be ordered from most publisher websites including Amazon.com, or from Xulon Press directly at
1-866-381-BOOK (2665).