Erin Miller, MPS, MDV, CTSS, CASAC-T

Erin C. Miller holds Master’s degrees in Africana Studies and Domestic Violence, as well as certifications in addictions and traumatic stress studies. Her areas of expertise include the intersections of trauma and addictions, sexual & domestic violence in LGBQ/T communities, and the needs of Haredi survivors of violence & abuse. She has consulted and/or trained for the Department of Justice, the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, amongst others. She has been adjunct faculty in Forensic Nursing at Boston College, and continues to teach at the Center on Domestic Violence at the University of Colorado. Currently, Ms. Miller serves on the project management teams of the National SANE TeleNursing Center, and the GLBTQ Trauma Informed Care Project out of US Administration for Children and Families. She also has the privilege of serving as the coordinator of the Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts, providing services to patients, staff and the surrounding community.

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