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Matt Miller
Chair, Counseling Department; Associate Professor, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Teaching at Cairn since 2017

Matthew Miller


  • PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Immaculata University
  • MA in Human Services Psychology, LaSalle University
  • BA, Franklin & Marshall College


Dr. Miller is an Associate Professor in the Graduate Counseling program at Cairn University. He is also a NJ licensed psychologist.

Dr. Miller has been a Christian counselor since 1997 in both private practice and at community mental health centers. He works with children, adolescents, and adults through individual, marital, family, and group counseling. He treats people with problems which include eating, depression, relationships, anger, stress, anxiety, and spiritual issues. Dr. Miller also presents seminars on Christian life to adolescents and adults. Before coming to Cairn, Dr. Miller taught at Camden County College and Rowan University.

Dr. Miller became a Christian in 1985. Since then, he has sought to live a life worthy of the Gospel in his work and personal relationships. Dr. Miller has worked with high school students for 30 years as a counselor and as a volunteer leader with Young Life. He is an elder at Fellowship Alliance Chapel (FAC) in Medford, NJ. In addition, during his time at FAC, he has been mini-church leader, member of the Men’s Executive Team, and has developed a lay counseling and discipleship ministry in a local church. He spends his free time mentoring athletes and coaching youth sports. He is married to Bethany Miller and has two children.

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Academic Specialties & Interests:

  • Adolescent Therapy

Career Highlight:

  • Teaching a conference on Emotional and Spiritual Healing to Arab Christians in Iraq

Teaching at Cairn since 2017