About the Millers

Arnold Miller, Ph.D., Director of the Language and Cognitive Development Center of Boston and Affiliate Professor of Psychology, Clark University, received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Clark University. He has held research appointments at Boston University and Harvard Medical School, served on the faculty of the University of Montana and directed the Language Development Laboratory at Wrentham State School in Massachusetts.

The Millers Eileen Eller-Miller, M.A., CCC, Sp/L, Education Director of the Language and Cognitive Development Center, received her M.A. in speech and language pathology from Columbia University and a B.A. in psychology from the City University of New York. She has held positions at Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital, Beth Abraham and Hunter College in New York City.

Together, the Millers founded the internationally respected Language and Cognitive Development Center (LCDC) in Boston, in 1965. From then to the present - with the help of research and demonstration grants from the U.S. Department of Education - the Millers have introduced a range of innovative strategies for helping developmentally challenged children achieve their fullest potential.

Since Eileen Miller's death (see obituary under What's New) Arnold Miller – with the assistance of senior LCDC staff – carries on the mission of the Center using strategies described below.

These strategies - now known as the Miller Method® include the following:

And to help parents and caregivers of children on the autism spectrum, the following: