Adam Bryant Miller graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with his BA in Psychology and from George Mason University with his PhD in clinical psychology. Dr. Miller completed his predoctoral clinical internship at the University of Washington, School of Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital. Dr. Miller’s program of research focuses on the effects of early childhood adversity on adolescent development and behavior. Dr. Miller is particularly interested in the emergence of adolescent health risk behaviors, including substance use, risky sexual behavior, and suicide. To date, his work has investigated interpersonal risk factors, such as lack of social support, for adolescent suicidal behavior. He has also examined factors that help explain the robust relationship between child maltreatment and adolescent suicidal thoughts and behaviors. His research has been supported by grants from the Inova Kellar Center and the American Psychological Foundation. He received the APA Division 53 Student Achievement Award for his work during graduate school. Dr. Miller received a National Research Service Award (Individual F32) for his postdoctoral fellowship. During this fellowship, Dr. Miller will be examining potential brain circuits involved in adolescent suicidal behavior. You can find Dr. Miller’s work on Google Scholar and ResearchGate. Dr. Miller has participated in Safe Zone training.