Amy Miller is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults aged 18 to 25.

Amy has a strong background in building skills and resiliency in clients of all ages. Her easy-going approach and warm personality make working with Amy an enjoyable and positive experience.

Amy Miller is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who has worked for 14 years as an elementary school teacher both in the classroom setting and as a Reading Specialist.  Amy became licensed as a school social worker (Type 73) in 2012 and as a clinical social worker in 2015. Since that time, Amy has, in addition to her teaching responsibilities, functioned as a teacher leader in her school in children’s social emotional learning.

Amy completed her training to become a school social worker in a large west suburban school district before obtaining clinical licensure.  In this role, Amy provided individual and group social work services, conducted social developmental studies, functional behavioral analyses, and risk of harm assessments for children in kindergarten through 8th grades.  Amy also delivered counseling services to students in the general student body on an ‘as needed’ basis and developed social/emotional learning goals for students with individualized educational plans based on their assessed areas of need.  At New Legends, Amy continues this work in the private practice setting by conducting social/emotional assessments of children’s skills in order to directly target areas of needed growth. Counseling services and lessons are then delivered to assist in strengthening skills in the needed areas.  Amy will work with parents and school personnel to accurately identify skill deficit areas and develop targeted goals for each child’s social and emotional development.

Amy is a well rounded professional who connects with children easily through her varied interests and experiences.  In addition to working in the school setting, Amy is presently employed at Fermilab National Laboratory in the Education Department designing and delivering professional development opportunities for both children and adults.  Amy has ten years additional experience planning and instructing inquiry-based Science Adventure classes for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade. In her spare time, Amy also functions as the School Liaison between her school and a neighboring Community Outreach program.  In this role, Amy assesses the functioning of children at risk and designs and implements effective behavior management techniques and therapeutic interventions to those with whom she works. Amy is an animal lover who is currently in the process of socializing and training her dog Gunnar for therapy work.  In the past, Amy has conducted Animal-Assisted activities with children and adolescents, as well as been a volunteer with the Naperville Animal Humane Society, Dog Socialization & Dog Walking Program.

Amy enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults aged 18 to 25.  To schedule an appointment with Amy, please call 630.402.6641.