GME Logo

User login

User menu

John J. Miller, MD, Psychiatrist, Seacoast Mental Health Center, Exeter, NH

Dr. Miller received his B.S. degree in Biochemistry at the University of
Massachusetts/Amherst where his research interest was molecular biology. He
completed medical school at the University of Massachusetts Medical School/Worcester,
served his medical internship at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont, and then
completed his residency training in Adult Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts
Medical Center/Worcester. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and
Neurology. Dr. Miller’s areas of clinical interest include psychopharmacology, our
evolving understanding of how receptor binding properties differentiate psychotropic
medications, psychiatric benefits and complications of meditative practices, and how to
enhance brain health. He is the founder and medical director of Brain Health, which is
committed to educating clinicians of all specialties on the appropriate diagnosis and
treatment of mental illnesses. He maintains an active web site, to
provide free access to lecture handouts, publications and resources relevant to the mission
of Brain Health. Over the past 25 years he has lectured extensively throughout the
United States on the pharmacological treatment of mental illnesses. He works in the out-
patient setting with the chronically mentally ill as a staff psychiatrist at Seacoast Mental
Health Center in Exeter, NH. He is a psychiatric consultant at Exeter Hospital in Exeter,
NH, as well as at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. Dr. Miller has served as
the Editor in Chief for Psychiatric Times since February 2019.

To contact GME, email us at [email protected]

GME does not provide medical advice. The website and articles are intended for informational purposes only. They are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the GME Website. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911.

Log In


Join GME For Free

Become a GME subscriber and gain full access to our extensive library of 700+ psychiatric medical education videos, free CME webcasts, latest research updates, and more. To sample our content, watch the featured videos below.
Join Today!