Dr. Kimberly Miller, PhD, ABPP-CN
Licensed Psychologist (CA PSY 23018)
She/ Her/ Hers
I am a board-certified neuropsychologist specializing in comprehensive evaluations of both children and adults. I completed my undergraduate studies in psychology at UC Berkeley, then earned my PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology at University of Florida. I specialized in neuropsychology in graduate school and also did a neuropsychology internship. While away in Florida I missed the Bay Area, and moved back to California to do a 2-year postdoctoral residency in Neuropsychology at VA Northern California Health Care System.
Currently, I am on the Clinical Faculty at UC Davis Medical School Department of Neurology and serve as Consulting Neuropsychologist at Shriners Hospitals for Children, Northern California. I previously taught at UC Berkeley, Department of Clinical Science. I am past Behavioral Medicine/Neuropsychology Co-Chair for Sacramento Valley Psychological Association.
I serve as an expert witness in neuropsychology in cases concerning topics such as brain maturity and development, traumatic brain injury, and posttraumatic stress disorder. I routinely teach and lecture on brain maturity, brain injury, and autism.
In developing assessments for both kids and adults, I take a person-centered approach. This means that the goal of the assessment is to help you or your child grow and learn, not reduce abilities to a bunch of numbers. I take pride in explaining all results carefully in an easy-to-understand way.
She/ Her/ Hers
I am a mom to four and a native to Sacramento. I enjoy helping people and find it rewarding to be the first point of contact for our patients. I studied Sociology at University of California, Davis, where I discovered a passion for working with children. I spent ten years working in both school and in-home settings with children on the autism spectrum before transitioning into an administrative role. In my free time, I enjoy baking and trips to the beach with my family.