Dinah Miller, M.D.
I'm a psychiatrist and writer with nearly 30 years of experience helping people to overcome challenges. I have a private practice in Baltimore and have also worked in clinics as both a clinician and an administrator. I am a past president of the Maryland Psychiatric Society, and I love new challenges. I trained at Johns Hopkins where I continue to supervise and teach residents, and I have a lot of experience with social media. I am the co-author of two psychiatry books: Shrink Rap: Three Psychiatrists Explain Their Work, and Committed: The Battle Over Involuntary Psychiatric Care, and I am a columnist for Clinical Psychiatry News and Medscape. I've treated many physicians over the years, I volunteer with the Physician Support Line, and I know well the power of talking and of creative expression.
I have been credentialed as a
Healthcare Peer Coaching Practitioner
by the Physician Coaching Institute, accredited by the International Coaching Federation.