Richard Miller

Richard Miller lives with his family and works as a counsellor and supervisor in private practice in Fife. He has a research interest in, technology and identity, positive psychology, social anxiety, social media and gaming it’s impact on mental wellbeing. Since 2002, he has studied Humanistic Psychotherapies and Psychology beginning in Aberdeen, Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University where he most recently graduated with the best overall award for Psychology. Richard has served as President of University of Aberdeen Students Association, an executive officer of the National Union of Students Scotland and vice-chair of communications of the Scottish Fair Trade Forum. He has provided counselling in local high schools and St Andrews University. Richard is a current member of the British Association for Counselling Psychotherapy, the British Psychological Society and the International Society for Emotion Focused Therapy. Richard has been training in and practicing Emotion-Focused Therapy and is a board member of the Scottish Institute of Emotion Focused Therapy.

This workshop will provide an insight into the current trends and developments in the AI…