“Cancer Saved My Life”
Hello, my name is Dr Sue Miller and I’m excited that you have found your way to my website. I hope you find what you’re looking for here and, if not, please message me.
Born in 1975, I grew up with the outdated belief that you have to suffer to grow. So suffer I did!! Beginning with growing up with family violence, parents with mental health issues, my sister suiciding when I was 20 (she was 18), losing a son in utero, a second sibling dying when he was 44 (just before receiving a heart and lung transplant), breast cancer at 39 (as a result of the emotional trauma of my second sibling having died and me not handling it well), haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS) at 41 and culminating in a divorce at 43.
While these experiences have shaped me, birthed my healing abilities and deepened my character, during this journey I learned that you can also transform with love, ease, grace, joy and glory. It is this view that I am called to offer you so that you can grow, transform and evolve with less turmoil.
By the time I was 25, I was on a pathway to (self-created) hell. I had already lost my drivers license three times, I had turned to sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll to do anything to avoid the painful feelings of low self-esteem and grief. My healing journey began at 25 when my older brother began to point the way for me to read self-development books, including Louise Hay’s masterpiece You Can Heal Your Life.
At 25 I began to meditate, trained as a Lifeline crisis telephone counsellor, where I stayed for 9 years, and this is where I learned to listen and have empathy. At 27 I started eight years full-time study in psychology at Edith Cowan University. Ultimately, it was education and meditation which saved my life and put me on a path of service. The Creator had worked Her magic and transformed me from a socially anxious, walled-off woman into a heart-centred, nurturing woman and mother in alignment with her higher purpose. And, like you, I am still perfect in my imperfections.
So, it is from this place of inner transformation that The Creator (God/Universe/Source/Buddha/Mohammad/Mother Nature etc) has placed me in the right and perfect position to be of service to you on your healing journey.
I have been cultivating and mastering my healing abilities over the last 20 years. I am blessed to have a foot in both camps where I have the mind of a scientist and the heart of a healer. I have Ph.D qualifications in clinical psychology, am an approved AHPRA supervisor to psychologists completing their internship, plus I have over 20 years of training in multiple energy healing modalities.
I have studied ThetaHealing, meditation, guided imagery, Usui Reiki (3 Levels, Master), Reiki Tummo (3 Levels), Healing Touch (1 Level), access consciousness-access bars, emotional freedom technique (a.k.a. EFT/tapping), neurolinguistic programming (NLP), HeartMath biofeedback, the emotion code (magnetic healing), vibrational healing (tuning forks, medicine drum), source energy medicine (water charging labels) etc. I also have an interest in crystals, essential oils, oracle cards, Angels, numbers, Tesla Metamorphosis healing, sound healing and much, much more.
We are all alike. You and me, we are the same. We are Soul sisters/brothers. A spark of the Divine, an energy being having a human experience … sometimes wild and sometimes blissful. This birth is a true gift … let’s journey together, at least for some of the way. If you resonate with any of this, then I very much look forward to hearing from you.
With the deepest of Love and Respect, from my heart to yours, Sue.
Dr Sue Miller
Ph.D (Clinical Psychology) | ThetaHealing Practitioner | Relationship Counsellor
I would like to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians. I value their cultures, identities, and continuing connection to country, waters, kin and community. I pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. I am committed to making a positive contribution to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, by providing services that are welcoming, safe, culturally appropriate and inclusive.
I am committed to embracing diversity and eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of health services. I welcome all people irrespective of their vaccination status, ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.