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Temple University, Philadelphia, PA: Ph.D., Psychology.
Dissertation: Death Anxiety and Sensation Seeking: Relation to Career Choice and Gender, Dissertation Abstract International, 1980, Vol. 41, SA, 2021A.
Further Professional Training:
Human Consciousness, Transpersonal Study Program with Stanislav Grof, M.D., the application of Holotropic Breathwork to Psycho-spiritual Development and the Relevance to Psychopathology and Mental health. Locations: California, USA: British Columbia, Canada, and Findhorn, Scotland. Time period: 1987-1991.
Healing the Western Soul: A Spiritual Homecoming for Today’s Seekers, Paragon House Publishers, March, 2015.
Direct Connection: Transformation of Consciousness. (2000). Rutledge Books, Danbury, CT. Finalist, 2001 Independent Publisher Book Awards.
German Publication, Holotropos, Offenburg, Germany, 2007.
Miller, Judith, Election Season 2016: Stop the Bullying, Psychology Today, June 6, 2016.
Miller, Judith. America’s mass identity Crisis, Social, the Lifestyle Magazine, July 10, 2015.
Miller, Judith, My Spiritual Homecoming Through Auschwitz, Evolve Magazine, Germany, October, 2014.
Miller, Judith, The Challenges of Traveling a Psychospiritual Path in Today’s Postmodern Western World, Journal of Near-Death Studies, 31(2), Winter 2012, 98-110.
Miller, Judith, Death as a Non-Ordinary State of Consciousness, Integral Transpersonal Journal, 2012, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 97-110, Milan, Italy
Personal Consciousness Integration: The Next Phase of Recovery. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, Volume 23, No. 4, Boston University Press, Spring 2000.
Mental Illness and Spiritual Crisis: Implications for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, Volume 14, No. 2, Boston University Press, October 1990.
A Counseling Approach to Assist Near-Death Experiences, The Journal of Near-Death Studies, Vol. VI, No. 1, Spring 1987, Human Services Press.
Manpower Training, Monograph Series, No. 28, Project: Planning Community Services for Deinstitutionalized Clients, September 1981.