KATHRYN S. MILLER, lcsw, rpt-S
Manager of Outreach and Prevention
As Manager of Outreach and Prevention, Kathy is leading PCA’s primary prevention efforts to reduce the prevalence of child sexual abuse in Philadelphia. Kathy has also played a critical role working to increase access to trauma-focused, evidence-based treatment through strategic partnerships, evaluation, training and technical assistance efforts. She also created PCA’s Mental Health Outreach program, which aims to support families with successfully connecting to mental health treatment in an effort to improve engagement and retention.
Kathy has an extensive clinical background, and has been providing assessment and treatment to children and families impacted by sexual abuse and forms of trauma since 2006. She’s worked in a variety of public and private arenas including clinical, academic, and managed care settings. In addition to her work at PCA, Kathy is an adjunct professor in the Community Trauma Counseling Program at Jefferson University, and also owns and operates a private play therapy practice. In addition, she has expertise in performing psychological evaluations documenting the effects of torture and persecution for those that are seeking asylum or other forms of immigration relief and co-owns and operates a clinical practice focused on increasing access to trauma-informed evaluation and treatment for immigrants and refugees in the Philadelphia region.