Rachael Miller is a licensed clinical social worker and certified mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) facilitator. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and her MSW from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy and Practice. Rachael works as a Research Social Worker at the Department of Veteran Affairs, NJ Health Care System. In this role, she develops and delivers targeted, evidence-based treatment programs via telehealth to Veterans throughout the United States. Her current work focuses on MBCT for suicide prevention as well as the treatment of depression in Parkinson’s Disease using cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness interventions. In addition to developing and implementing the evidence-based treatment programs described, Rachael provides intensive workshops and trainings for other providers on MBCT-S. During her free time, she volunteers for the Columbia Human Rights Initiative Asylum Clinic, completing psychological evaluations and affidavits as part of an asylum applicant’s legal case. Rachael values the mental health and behavioral sciences highly, including the future of the profession. As such, she enjoys her other roles as a Field Liaison for the Rutgers School of Social Work Weekend Intensive Program and clinical supervisor to social workers and psychology externs within the VA.