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Kimberly M. Miller

Kimberly M. Miller

2620 J St.

Sacramento, California 95816

Phone(916) 694-2969


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Dr. Kimberly Miller is a Sacramento neuropsychologist specializing in TBI, posttraumatic stress disorder, and developmental disabilities in children and adults. She is Assistant Professor at UC Davis School of Medicine, Department of Neurology and former Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley, Department of Clinical Sciences. She is a subject matter expert in neuropsychological deficits following personal injury, including postconcussive syndrome and emotional changes associated with injury.

Dr. Miller also has expertise in evaluation of individuals with developmental disabilities such as autism and intellectual disability, as well as those with cognitive impairment due to head injury or neurological disorders (dementia, Parkinson's). Dr. Miller serves as an Expert Reviewer and Examiner for California Board of Psychology in the area of psychological assessment.


Dr. Miller offers the following services:

Neuropsychological Assessment
Psychological Assessment
Attorney Consultation
Record Review
Report Preparation
Expert Testimony

Areas of Expertise


Dr. Miller has been retained in personal injury cases involving TBI and PTSD, as well as cases involving autism and other developmental disorders.

Consulting Practice


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Professional Experience

02/18-present Independent Practice, Healthy Mind Sacramento Psychological Services, Inc.
05/18-present Expert Reviewer and Examiner, California Board of Psychology
04/16-present Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California at Davis Medical School, Dept. of Neurology
01/16-06/20 Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California at Berkeley, Dept. of Clinical Science
07/13-11/18 Clinical Neuropsychologist/Psychologist, Associate Training Director of Clinical Neuropsychology Postdoctoral
Training Residency, VA Northern California Health Care System
12/10-06/13 Clinical Neuropsychologist, John Muir Medical Center, Neurosciences Institute


California Psychologist 23018


Co-Chair, Behavioral Medicine and Neuropsychology Division, Sacramento Valley Psychological Association
California Psychological Association

Seminars & Training

10/11- 10/12/2018 Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition Clinical Workshop. Oakland, CA.

05/06/2020 American Academy of Forensic Psychology: Assessing Allegations of Trauma in Forensic Contexts. Training presented via webinar due to COVID-19.

05/09/2020 American Academy of Forensic Psychology: Evaluation of Fitness for Duty: Foundations and Methods. Training presented via webinar due to COVID-19.


Miller, K.M., Finney, G.R., Meador, K.J., & Loring, D.W. (2010). Auditory description versus visual confrontation naming in dementia. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 24(1), 103-18.

Miller, K.M., Price, C.C., Okun, M.S., Montijo, H., & Bowers, D. (2009). Is the n-back task a clinically useful measure for assessing working memory in Parkinson's disease? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24(7), 711-7.

Miller, K.M., Okun, M.S., Marsiske, M., Fennel, E.B., & Bowers, D. (2009). Startle reflex hyporeactivity in Parkinson's disease: an emotion-specific or arousal-modulated deficit? Neuropsychologia, 47(8-9), 1917-27.

Seignourel, P.J., Miller, K.M., Kellison, I., Rodriguez, R., Fernandez, H.H., Bauer, R.M., Bowers, D., & Okun, M.S. (2007). Abnormal affective startle modulation in individuals with psychogenic movement disorder. Movement Disorders, 22(9), 1265-71.

Miller, K.M., Okun, M.S., Fernandez, H.H., Jacobson IV, C.E., & Bowers, D. (2007). Depression symptoms in movement disorders: Comparing Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and essential tremor. Movement Disorders, 22(5), 666-672.

Okun, M.S., Rodriguez, R.L., Mikos, A., Miller, K., Kellison, I., Kirsch-Darrow, L., Wint, D.P., Springer, U., Fernandez, H., Foote, K., Crucian, G., & Bowers, D. (2007). Deep brain stimulation and the role of the neuropsychologist. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 21(1), 162-189.

Bowers, D., Miller, K., Bosch, W., Gokcay, D., Springer, U., & Okun, M.S. (2006). Faces of emotion in Parkinson's disease: Digitizing the moving face during voluntary expressions. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society, 12(6), 765-773.

Bowers, D., Miller, K., Mikos, A., Kirsch-Darrow, L., Springer, S., Fernandez, H., Foote, K., & Okun, M.S. (2006). Startling facts about emotion in Parkinson disease: Blunted reactivity to aversive stimuli. Brain, 129(12), 3356-3365.

Swick, D., Miller, K.M., & Larsen, J. (2004). Auditory repetition priming is altered in patients with alexia. Brain & Language, 89(3), 543-553.

Miller, K.M., & Swick, D. (2003). Orthography influences the perception of speech in alexic patients. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 15(7), 981-991.

Invited Review
RodrĂ­guez, R, Miller, K., Bowers, D., Crucian, G., Wint, D., Fernandez, H., Foote, K., & Okun, M. (2005). A review of the effects of deep brain stimulation on mood and cognition: A need for better studies. Minerva Medica, 96(3), 125-144.


2001 B.A. Psychology, University of California, Berkeley
2004 M.S. Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Florida
2008 Ph.D. Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Florida
07/07- 06/08 Neuropsychology Intern, University of Florida
08/08-07/10 Postdoctoral Fellow in Neuropsychology, VA Northern California Health Care System

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