Pamela Milam, MA, LPC, BCC, NCC counsels, coaches, and writes full time as a therapist in private practice. Holding a Masters Degree in Counseling, she has been quoted in “Heart and Soul” Magazine as a relationship expert and is certified as a Depression and Anger Management Specialist, a Crisis Management Specialist, a Certified Behavior Management Specialist and many others.
She is a current member of the American Counseling Association, Association for Creativity in Counseling, Counselors for Social Justice, The ALGBTIC, the Association for Humanistic Counseling, ASERVIC, and The Association for Marriage and Family Counseling.
Her first book, “Premarital Counseling for Gays and Lesbians” is available in print and as an e-book as well on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Marriage is momentous and meaningful. This premarital counseling guidebook for gay and lesbian couples highlights the importance of asking questions, exploring viewpoints, and discovering a few surprises about your future spouse. It explores common issues faced by all couples as well as some issues which are unique to gay and lesbian couples. In this guidebook, you'll find composite case studies illustrating real problems and creative solutions, and you'll find probing questions designed to help you learn more about your mate.
Her e-article “Ten Rules for Successful Coping During the Divorce Process” can be found on Amazon.com.
In this 39-page article totalling 10,422 words, you will learn ten simple rules for coping successfully during a divorce. Whether you are contemplating divorce, moving through a divorce, or managing in the aftermath of a divorce, this article will provide tips and insight. Each mini-chapter offers guidance for finding support, dealing with your emotions, supporting your children, and redefining your life. The author has more than a decade of experience counseling and coaching both individuals and couples and assisting clients as they choose to repair their marriages or cope with divorce in healthy, positive ways.
Her article, “Therapeutic Curiosity and Motivation” was published in the ACC Fall Newsletter.
Pamela Milam’s articles and essays have been featured at: www.simpledivorceadvice.com.
Her book entitled, What Your Therapist Thinks About You will be published within 2012 – 2013. Each page gives the reader a look inside the counseling room, raising the curtain to show what happens within the mind of the therapist and within the process of therapy itself. Anyone who has ever been a counseling client and anyone who has ever wondered, “What does my therapist think about me?” will be interested to discover something new in every chapter. Milam tells the truth, approaching the subject in a way that is candid, comical, and compassionate.
She has been profiled in the
Huffington Post in an interview with Kergan Edwards-Stout, 2011 HRC
Father of the Year.