Matt Miller has spent over a decade offering performance, executive, leadership, and business coaching.

Mr. Miller’s clients include high-level executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, financial advisors, and professional athletes.

Matt Miller’s coaching process is heavily influenced by cognitive behavioral theory, and was shaped by his many years of providing group and individual psychotherapy to clients. This unique counseling background has positioned Mr. Miller to be highly effective in coaching executives, business owners, and other high-achieving, and competitive professionals.

Mr. Miller has also spoken at multiple corporate events from West Palm Beach, Florida to Laguna Beach, California.


Matt Miller trained at The College of Executive Coaching, located in Pismo Beach, California.

Attendance at this prestigious coaching college is exclusive to professionals holding a Masters Degree in the social sciences.

This accreditation separates Board Certified Coaches (BCC) from other self-proclaimed coaches who might only be experienced in certain business administration environments and modalities.

To receive the title of BCC Matt Miller has:

Met educational and training requirements
Passed a coach-specific examination
Obtained experience in the field of coaching
Received professional peer references
Shown accountability to an enforceable ethics code
Committed to continuing education


As a recovery coach and addiction counselor, Matt Miller made a significant contribution to the development of the fifth edition of the DSM.

Mr. Miller was one of the first practicing clinicians to be invited to directly participate in testing the feasibility and clinical utility of the proposed DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, a task usually carried out only by academic investigators.

Mr. Miller’s input helped to refine and revise the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria and develop the strongest manual possible for clinicians and patients. As a DSM-5 Collaborating Investigator Mr. Miller was required to complete extensive training, show keen attention to detail, implement and test the newly proposed diagnostic criteria.