About

About Dr. Carole Kunkle-Miller

Dr. Carole Kunkle-Miller is a psychologist, health coach and collaborative divorce coach with over 35 years of experience in the human effectiveness field. She directs Carole Kunkle-Miller, PhD and Associates, a group of psychologists and social workers with many years of experience and education.

In addition to presenting extensively, Carole has been interviewed on National Public Radio, ESPN Radio, Working Mother Magazine and several local and national media programs. She has recently co-authored a journaling workbook on Emotional Balancing with Essential Oils with Dr. Wendy Weaver-Graham, and created online trainings for mental health practitioners.

Carole’s desire is to lead people to  become the change they desire in their lives.  By focusing on their physical health,  personal relationships, and their living environments, she believes people can achieve a greater sense of happiness and fulfillment.   Carole practices positivity psychology and focuses on what is working in the person’s life and building upon that foundation.  She enables individuals to identify the obstacles in their lives, and make smart decisions about how to overcome them.  Her specialty in natural mental health solutions offers healthy options to preventing burnout and experiencing joy.

Read Pittsburgh Post Gazette Article: “Pittsburgh sports psychologist keeps Bucks thinking positive

Our practitioners believe people can:

Achieve meaningful connections, acceptance, and growth
Break a negative cycle and get out of a rut
Accept their strengths and create room for change
Finally live a healthy and fulfilling life

Carole’s Business and Life Experience

Licensed Psychologist
Certified Holistic Health Coach
Certified Emotions Mentor
Collaborative Divorce Coach
Entrepreneur and Consultant

Our Staff

Jane Ackerman, Ph.D.

Rob Bumbaco, L.C.S.W.

Carole Kunkle-Miller, Ph.D.

Richard K. Miller, M.Ed.

Marianne Uffelman, L.C.S.W.

Wendy Weaver-Graham, Ph.D.

Nicolene Zapach, M.A.

Tamara Hill, MS, NCC, LPC