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Workshops and Events

Upcoming Events

  • NASW Conference
  • TEDxProvincetown: Hyperlocal

 

Past Events

  • Mothers Who Inspire
    • featuring Suzanne Loebl. Building Hope and Resiliency: Lessons Learned – from the Holocaust to Getting Through AIDS.
    • featuring Kelly Rippon. Online webinar with Kelly Rippon and Rick Miller, LICSW
    • featuring Lori Davis
    • featuring Blanca Leos
    • featuring Karen Murakami
  • Pride 365: Increasing LGBTQ+ Awareness, Elkus Manfredi Architects
  • Pride 365: Increasing LGBTQ+ Awareness, Wray Ward
  • The Pathway Home, National Association of Social Workers MA Chapter. Symposium 2021: Voices of Empowerment & Social Justice
  • The Pathway Home, National Association of Social Workers MA Chapter. Symposium 2020: Voices of Empowerment & Social Justice
  • Online Webinar featuring Gerald Garth
  • Keynote Speaker, Austin ISD Pride Week. Celebrate, Inform and Inspire
  • Mommas Boys, Club Café, Boston, MA
  • The Relational Mystique, Brief Therapy Conference, Burlingame, CA
  • The Path Leading Home: Let’s Talk Series: Yale New Haven Health Services Offices of Diversity and Inclusion, New Haven, CT
  • The Path Leading Home: Gay Sons and Mothers: Provincetown Art Association and MuseumProvincetown
  • Gay Sons and Mothers with Rick Miller, LICSW. Mama Dragons at Encircle, Salt Lake City
  • The Bond Between Gay Sons and their Mothers Seen Through an Ericksonian Lens, Milton Erickson Congress: Approaches to Hypnosis & Psychotherapy, Phoenix Arizona
  • PRIDE TV with Dale LePage Interview with Rick Miller
  • Gay Sons and Mothers: A Dialogue. MEISA Psychotherapy Congress, 7th World Congress on Ego State Therapy, South Africa
  • Gay Boys and Their Moms, workshop with Rick Miller. Provincetown, MA

“Miller shares and teaches with an authenticity and warmth that engages his audience and inspires participation. The acceptance that this workshop promotes permeated the room and invited individuals to feel welcome to share their own journeys.” (Michael Munion, clinical psychologist)