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Judith Ann Miller

Judith Ann Miller

International Neural Renewal Center

Director and Co-founder
International Neural Renewal Center, USA
Tel: 719-541-4912
Fax: 719-541-4911


Education:B.S., M.S., Ph.D., CACIII , Registered Psychotherapist and Certified LENS Provider 1981 - Ph.D., Human Development and Family Relations/Community and Human Resources; University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. 1977 - M.S., Child Development and Family Relations, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. 1971 - B.S., with Distinction; Home Economics Education/Human Development and Family Relations. Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado. Memberships: Omicron Nu,International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, World Who\'s Who of Women, El Paso Teller Counties Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, Colorado Alliance for Drug Endangered Children,Colorado Association of Alcohol & Drug Service Providers, National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse Counselors - Colorado, Alliance for Addiction Solutions – Board of Directors, Addiction Treatment Providers of Colorado, International Society of Neuro Research, National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Equine Guided Education Association, Colorado Coalition For Parity, Ad hoc Committee for Attorney General’s Task Force on Substance Abuse Professional Experience: 2011 - Present Director and Co-founder: International Neural Renewal Center Utilizing Low Energy Neurofeedback (LENS) Therapy to train the brain to recover from traumatic brain injury, extreme stress, migraines, emotional trauma, attention deficit disorder, fibromyalgia, chemotherapy, or addiction. Other successes are with ADHD, Autism and Prescription Drug Dependence.. 2003 - Present CEO and founder: Courage to Change Addiction Recovery Ranch Courage to Change Addiction Recovery Ranch offers a 30 day to 1 year Intensive Residential Gender Specific Program that provides the neuro-biological treatment strategically incorporated with ranch work, lifestyle changing experiences, learning new life planning skills and application of spiritual balance for building a life without addiction. A lifetime of continuing education is provided for all participants. 1999 - Present Family Relations Services, Child & Family Investigator, Parenting Coordinator, Special Master Child and Family Investigator Services are provided to families when the Court finds that service is necessary to protect the best interests of minor children. The Child and Family Investigator is court-ordered to investigate, report and make recommendations in the best interest of the child(ren) on issues related to parental responsibility and parenting time. Advocacy Services are most utilized in divorce cases between Temporary Orders and Permanent Orders. In high-conflict DR cases a judge will often appoint me as Parenting Coordinator or Special Master. 1999 - 2002 Advocates for Children - CASA Program Coordinator Coordinate services involving Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs), Judges and Magistrates, Social Workers, GALs, respondent attorneys, and community and family services for abuse and neglect cases and domestic relations. Co-parenting/custody cases within the Colorado 18th Judicial District: Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties. Attend court hearings to represent children of dependency, neglect and domestic relations cases. Respond to calls for services and problems with cases. Recruit and interview potential CASAs. Motivate and train CASAs. 1990-1998 Researcher, Writer, Seminar Presenter Ghost writer and researcher for books related to various behavioral science and legal topics, cross - cultural, non-verbal communication and workplace investigations. 1989-1990 Research Director Development Technologies, Inc., Englewood, CO Supervised data collection and analysis for validity reliability testing with a cross-cultural emphasis on American Indian, Black American, Asian American, and Mexican American populations. 1988-1989 Center for Health Services Research, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO. - Research Faculty Research Projects for policy recommendations for the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) of the Department of Health and Human Services. 1987 - 1989 Red Feather Lakes and Crystal Lakes, Colorado Fire Department Emergency Medical Technician 1983 - 1985 Executive Director Home Helps, Inc., Ft. Collins, CO Directed a private nonprofit home health care agency; staff of 50 - 300 clients. 1981 - 1983 National Director Women\'s Educational Service Association, Ft. Collins, CO Established and managed a national network of women\'s educational programs. 1981 -1982 Research Director Department of Criminal Justice: Larimer-Weld Regional Council of Governments, Loveland, CO Data collection and analysis for U.S. Dept. of Criminal Justice: Larimer-Weld Family Violence Study. Developed and published Model for Prevention of Family Homicide. 1981-1982 Director Larimer-Weld Area Agency on Aging, Larimer-Weld Regional Council of Governments, Loveland, CO Director of Elderly Services: Area Agency on Aging Representative facilitating transition to separate county agencies. 1976-1999: Research Associate, Graduate Teaching Assistant and Coordinator Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO


To provide science-based addiction recovery opportunities to those afflicted with the brain disease of addiction. This state-of-the-science recovery regime includes “Using the brain for a change”, i.e., neurotransmitter rebalancing, brain imaging, and neuro-feedback to treat addiction, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, trauma, PTSD, PMS and all other afflictions that are controlled by the brain. Forty years addiction experience and dedicated family and domestic relations professional with significant experience in family matters. Background includes child and family investigation, domestic violence, drug related criminal cases, and DUIs. Extensive participation in family court status conferences with pro se litigants, respondent attorneys, caseworkers, GALS, therapists, families and a track record of success dealing with family court matters in a variety of capacities including facilitator, mediator and Mental Health Specialist. Skills include parenting time evaluation, domestic violence, restraining orders, developing shared-parenting plans, court reporting, facilitating and mediation. Educational background in family relations, child and human development, and community and human resources; committed to service in family relations and addiction recovery.