Miles O'Neill

LMSW, LCDC Under Supervision
Temple OFFICE

About Miles

Sometimes life becomes overwhelming. When anxious and depressed, we may start depending on unhealthy coping habits which can make us feel stuck. The roots of these issues can be hard to identify. Sometimes they are simply hard to admit. In my counseling practice I like to make space for you to heal from and find meaning in your life struggles. We are not meant to carry the burden alone. Whatever your struggle, you deserve to find freedom and peace.

Miles O’Neill is a Licensed Master’s Social Worker, under supervision with Dr. Jan Finch. Miles earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Texas at Arlington. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Psychology and Christian Studies.

Miles has a passion for seeing people find healing and peace in their lives. Miles has worked as a therapist and assistant clinical director at residential treatment centers for co-occurring disorders. He is trained in EMDR therapy and has specialized training with EMDR DeTur protocol for cravings and urges. Miles has experience working with substance use disorders, unresolved trauma, anxiety, depression, bipolar 1&2, schizoaffective disorder and personality disorders. Miles has a passion for working with families who are supporting loved ones in recovery. Miles utilizes a person-centered, eclectic approach to therapy that incorporates DBT, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Existential Psychotherapy and the 12 steps for recovery when appropriate.

Prior to working in the mental health field, Miles worked as a teacher and coach. He taught and coached every grade level from K-12 and was the head track and cross-country coach at a junior college. Miles has pursued training and education in Peak Performance EMDR therapy, which aids in the reduction of performance anxiety, competition preparation, and psychological recovery from injury in athletes.

When not working, Miles enjoys running, reading, watching sports, being in nature, and spending time with his wife and daughter.

We are not meant to carry the burden alone. Whatever your struggle, you deserve to find freedom and peace.