While sages and philosophers have debated that question since time immemorial, I can offer you this simple bio:
Using a combination of influences, from mythological motifs, archetypal psychology, mindfulness, non-dual philosophy, systems-thinking, and storytelling, a PhD in Mythology and Depth Psychology, and a Masters in Education, Dr. Miller strives to combine her love of teaching with her passion for the power of narratives.
For the past 20 years, Dr. Miller has taught K-8 classes in the humanities, the performing arts, and social emotional learning, and classical and world mythology and general humanities at the university level. She has also gleefully presented papers and workshops on mythology, depth psychology, narrative thinking, mindfulness, and the arts at conferences nationally and internationally.
Dr. Miller is the founder of The Unstoried Self, offering a systems thinking, narrative-based process for personal and organizational transformational change aimed at breaking out of dysfunctional patterning in order to cultivate more meaningful and authentic interpersonal relationships and dynamics in groups, schools, and other organizations.
She endeavors to inspire her audiences and students to look beyond the ordinary appearance of their lives, and reach instead for the mythic, so that we can gain more clarity and break through the patterns in our lives that hold us back from happiness and living more authentically who we are.
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