Mark Miller, M.S., LPC

Mark Miller has been involved in public and private mental health and substance abuse treatment since 1978.  He completed his undergraduate training at Wake Forrest University and Ohio State University and received his masters degree in counseling from the Florida State University in 1983.  He is a Georgia Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Board Certified Addictions Counselor in Georgia (CAC-II) and at the National Level (MAC), a National Board Certified Counselor (NCC), a Certified Clinical Supervisor for addiction counselors (CCS) and is a qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) under the Federal Department of Transportation Rules. He is a clinical member of various Georgia and National professional associations and has presented numerous professional community workshops, lectures and publications on mental health and addiction problems throughout the life span.  


  1. Child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy covering a wide range of emotional and behavioral health concerns
  2. Counseling involving chemical dependency and related issues such as co-dependency, ACOA, domestic violence, marital counseling and formal interventions.  Georgia DHR approved Clinical Evaluator for the DUI Multiple Offender Risk Reduction Program.
  3. Employee Assistance Program Services including general individual and family counseling, management consultation, critical incident debriefing and employee education programs.
  4. Clinical Supervision of behavioral health and addiction professionals.
  5. Emergency Services and related intervention for inpatient and outpatient referral to behavioral health and substance abuse programs.
  6. Qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) under the Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Rules to perform SAP duties for employees who are in DOT regulated safety-sensitive positions.