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Through her books and CDs, Dr. Linda Miles offers the answers
and tools to create realistic, long-term adult relationships.

Dr Miles' March 25, 2018 book signing at Tallahassee's Hearth & Soul. Her talk was to promote "Change Your Story, Change Your Brain" release.

Dr. Linda Miles (4th from left) with crew from Tallahassee, Florida's WTXL and great colleagues to promote mental health awareness.

Change Your Story, Change Your Brain

By Dr. Linda Miles

Do you feel as if someone else is writing the story of your life? Learn to program your brain to live with purpose. Change Your Story: Change Your Brain is a guide to living more fully in the present moment. As you live with greater intention, you can literally change the structure of your brain. (Click here to Order)

Meet Dr. Linda Miles

 Dr. Miles has appeared on national television, radio and in magazines such as Woman's World, Parents and Entrepreneur. She wrote the award-winning book The New Marriage, Transcending the Happily Ever After Myth with her husband (Dr. Robert Miles) and has recently published All Aboard The Brain Train:Teaching Your Child to Live With Purpose.

Dr. Miles has won numerous professional awards such as "Outstanding Educator in Business and Industry," from Florida State University and "Outstanding Contributions to Knowledge in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy" by TAMFT.

She serves in the National Advisory Board of Access Technologies Social Simentor Model for Intervention with Autism and was appointed by the President of the Florida Senate to The Florida Commission on Support Initiatives for Marriage and Family.

She is listed in Who's Who Among American Women, (Marquis,1993). Dr. Miles has a passion for helping create a better world through loving relationships.



Watch Dr. Linda Miles Talk on Professional Identity
for FSU students in Educational Psychology


Dr. Linda Miles was a presenter at a workshop at the Florida State University's Cottingham Colloquium, Oct. 4, 2013, in Tallahassee, FL.  The goal of the Colloquium was to provide an opportunity for collaboration on training, practice, and research to maintain the sense of excellence and leadership in the Psychological and Counseling Services Program that typified the work of Harold F. Cottingham.

See Linda at Better Marriages Conference

What's the Brain Got to Do With It? Practical and Proven Ways to Meld Brain Science Into Your Work with Couples (#006)

This training is designed to help clinicians address the unique challenges of working with couples through the use of demonstrations, theory and applications. The work of Dr. John Gottman and Dr. Sue Johnson will be highlighted as well as the interpersonal neuroscience research of Dr. Dan Siegel.

Read about Institutes Here

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Audios and Videos



Listen to Dr. Miles on ABC Radio, WPLJ-New York

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