Eric B. Miller Ph.D. CMT-BC BCIAC

is a relationship-oriented psychotherapist, consultant, published author, certified biofeedback therapist and board-certified music therapist.

Dr. Eric Miller, Ph.D. MT-BC biofeedback therapist and board-certified music therapist is author of Bio-guided Music Therapy (2011) Jessica Kingsley Publishers . He serves as Coordinator for the David Ott Lab for Music & Health at Montclair University in the Music Therapy Dept. Recent international presentations include sessions at the World Music Therapy Congress in Seoul, S. Korea, Hsien Chuan University in Tapei, Taiwan, and workshops in Kiental, Switzerland, Cogolin, France and Torino, Italy. Dr. Miller serves as Executive Director of nonprofits Music for People, Expressive Therapy Concepts and founded the Biofeedback Network . Miller collaborated with Grammy-winning cellist, David Darling on the instrumental CD Jazzgrass. Eric can be reached at

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  • For general info on Eric's biofeedback services

    Eric is available for biofeedback sessions using the following modalities:
  • EEG (brain waves)
  • EMG (muscle activity)
  • EDG (skin conductivity)
  • TEMP (peripheral thermal)
  • PPG (heart-rate and blood volume pulse)

  • HRV (heart-rate Variability)

  • He is also the principal developer of Shiatzu-Plustm
    which blends traditional Japanese acupressure with light muscle massage and subtle energy work.

    Eric and his wife Lynn may often be found providing Drumming, Vocals and Music & Healing Workshops at Network Transformational Gates and 12-stages of Healing (Somato-Respiratory Integration) Seminars.

    Eric has worked as a psychotherapist and music therapist in inpatient, outpatient and residential settings with adults and children, as well as in his own private practice.

    He has designed and implemented music therapy programs at the Family Continuity Program in Kingston and on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, PATH Inc., Philadelphia and at the Valley Forge Medical Center and Hospital, Norristown, Pennsylvania.

    He can be reached at The Biofeedback Network, 125 Prospect St. Phoenixville, PA 19460 (610) 999-5960

    He recently presented at the Joint National Music Therapy Conference in Nashville with Dr. Peter Redmond on "Music Therapy and Biofeedback in Assisting the Chiropractic Process", and teams up his wife Lynn Miller and Dr. Redmond to consult in corporate settings on the implementation of alternative healthcare systems.

    Eric practices in Phoenixville and has some limited off-site (in-home) availability. To make an appointment or for an introductory consult, e-mail here:

    Dr. Eric Miller

    or call (610) 999-5960

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    Introducing: Biofeedback
    in the treatment of:


  • Headaches
  • Hypertension (High Bloodpressure)
  • Anxiety
  • Neck & Back pain
  • Addiction
  • Stroke/neuromuscular re-education
  • other muscular and vascular complaints

    is a learning process which helps you gain control of your body's responses to stress, anxiety, physical strain and emotional stimuli.

    is the use of instruments to reflect physiological conditions. With this information, a person may be able to effect change upon body areas previously not under volitional control.

    can monitor muscle tension, heart-rate, blood pressure, peripheral blood flow (vasoconstriction) and galvanic skin response, EEG brain waves and others.

    is a non-invasive, client-centered method of training the body in which the learner actively participates in treatment and the doctor or therapist assumes the role of coach.

    is practiced by physicians, nurses psychologists,psychiatrists, chiropractors, social workers, dentists, music therapists, and other health practitioners. A typical course of treatment may run 8-16 sessions or until mastery is achieved.
    Neurofeedback generally runs between 20-40 sessions.
  • Miller, E. (2001). Improvisation: An Essential Music Therapy Skill Musik-Therapie, May: Trans. into German, Swiss Musik-Therapie Association Journal.
  • Miller, E. (1999) Biofeedback makes a comeback in the 90Õs. Progressive Health, 2 ( 3), 11.
  • Miller, E. (1999). Rachel Describes Learning about her Physiological Response. In Hibben, J. (Ed.), Inside Music Therapy: Client Experiences (pp. 130-134). Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers.
  • Mary, Miller, L., Miller, E. (1999). Playing Music in the Group. . In Hibben, J. (Ed.), Inside Music Therapy: Client Experiences (pp. 3-86). Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers.
  • Miller, E., Redmond, P. (1999) Music Therapy and Chiropractic: An Integrative Model of Tonal and Rhyth- mic Spinal Adjustment. Alternative Therapies in Health Medicine, 5 (2),102.
  • Miller, E. (1998) Distinctions Between the Creative Arts Therapies and Expressive Therapies. International Arts-Medicine Association Newsletter, 13 ( 3), 7.
  • Miller, E. (1998) Benefits of Biofeedback. Kaleidascope, 3, (2), 17.
  • Miller, E., Redmond, P. (1998) Changes in Digital Skin Temperature, Surface Electromyography, and Electrodermal Activity in Subjects Receiving Network Spinal Analysis Care. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, 2 ( 2), 87.
  • Miller, E. (1996) Music Therapy: Instrument of Recovery. The Healing News: Sept./Oct. 1996 pg. 6.
  • Biofeedback & Music Therapy. The Pennsylvania Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback, Feature Article: Fall 1996.
  • Music Therapy and Biofeedback. The Activity Therapy Innovator: August 1996.
  • Musical Intervention in Family Therapy. Music Therapy - The Journal of the American Association for Music Therapy. Vol. 12, No.2: 1994.
  • A Musical Model of The Psyche. manuscript in process, pending publication.
  • Accelerating the Chiropractic Process with Music Therapy & Biofeedback. Music in Human Adaptation, Dr. Dan Schneck & Judy Schneck, Editors. Virginia Tech: 1997.
  • Music & Dance Movement in Assissting the Chiropractic Process. Connections: Integrating Our Work and Play - Proceedings of the American Association for Music Therapy. Tamiment: June 10-12, 1994.
  • Music Therapy & Dance Movement : Bridging Cultural Barriers in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency. Creating Culteral Connections - Proceedings of the N.Y. State Chapter American Dance Therapy Association. Viacom Conference Center, NY: April 23, 1994.
  • Music & Dance in Recovery. Joint North American Music Therapy Conference, presentation audio cassette#931029-650 Audio Archives. Toronto, Canada: October 28-31, 1993.
  • Where Does it Go? . Tuning In - Newsletter of the American Association for Music Therapy: Winter 1992.

  • For more info on Biofeedback training, consultation and clinical work, email: Eric Miller Ph.D.

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