Ethan Miller M.Ed., LPC, Counselor Ethan is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who received his education and Master's from Kent State University. Ethan's focus in counseling includes promoting diversity, advocacy, multicultural issues, and social justice in the work he does both inside and outside the counseling room. Ethan's previous clinical experience entails working in both community agency and private practice settings with individuals of all ages. In his approach to counseling, Ethan operates from an Existential and Multicultural perspective as he promotes the client's welfare and their unique qualities and interests in the forefront of the counseling relationship. Additionally, Ethan prioritizes a trauma-informed perspective with clients in order to help work through their relevant past and current traumas in order to find a place of healing. From time to time Ethan will implement art therapeutic, CBT, and/or DBT techniques depending on the needs of the client. Ethan has experience working with LGBTQ+ issues across the lifespan, identity concerns, mood disorders, trauma-related concerns, conflict within couples and relationships, as well as issues with self-esteem. Despite these specifications, Ethan acknowledges that every client will have a different story, different perspective, and most importantly individual goals that bring both excitement and some nerves to starting the counseling journey. In his free time, Ethan is probably drinking an obscene amount of coffee while jamming out to Lady Gaga or consuming a book off of his never-ending to-be-read book list. Ethan's pronouns are he/him/they/them. Ethan sees clients in-person and virtually. Ethan is under the supervision of Pete Finnerty, LPCC-S.