Vanessa Bruce-Miller, LMSW
Counseling & therapy
Vanessa Bruce-Miller, LMSW is a Black, Jamaican, Queer woman. Vanessa’s pronouns are She and They. Vanessa (Vee) is a skilled Metalsmith and Clinician with formal training in working with LGBTQ communities. She holds a Bachelor’s in Sociology and a Master’s in Clinical Social Work from CUNY Hunter College. Vanessa lives & works in New York, NY out of their studio apartment that they share with their 30+ plant children. As a Therapist, Vanessa addresses an array of concerns including: racial distress, anxiety, spirituality, work distress, multicultural issues, trauma, and LGBTQ affirming care. She has two interests: (1) Somatic and mindfulness-based work within communities with complex identities (2) Utilizing the power of creativity and art making within sessions. Vanessa's identities have shaped their clinical interests; she knows first-hand the effects of oppression and the subsequent resilience that it takes to survive. The intersections of their identity have been integral in shaping their clinical interests in mindfulness, relational work, art therapy, spirituality, and somatic based interventions. As a result, Vee is deeply invested in seeing folks with intersecting identities thrive.