At Health (athealth.com) was founded in 1997 by a psychiatrist - Dr. John Miller - to provide mental health information and services for mental health professionals and those they serve. Our online community includes clinicians, academicians, and students committed to meeting the diverse needs of those with mental health concerns.
Mental health touches everyone. It is the child traumatized by domestic violence; the teenager addicted to drugs; the working mother caring for a disabled family member; the single parent coping with an ADHD child; the college student struggling with anorexia; the young mother suffering from postpartum depression; the middle-aged man grieving the death of his wife; the aging grandmother with early Alzheimer's; the family in conflict; the couple seeking to improve their communication and enhance the quality of their lives.
To offer high quality and easily accessible educational programs for psychologists and other mental health professionals that will help them develop and maintain professional excellence.
We feel privileged to be a part of that effort.
To engage in a process of continuing improvement to ensure that our educational offerings are relevant to our customer’s practice, education, and current science. This ongoing process will help psychologists and other mental health professionals keep pace with emerging issues and new technologies. In addition, the education we provide will support psychologists and other mental health professionals in their pursuit to maintain, develop, and increase competencies in order to improve services to the public and enhance contributions to their profession.
In early 2018 Dr. Miller retired from his full time role in day-to-day operations for At Health. Andy Michaels, who had been a member of the At Health team since 2013, took over the business with his wife Jill. Andy and Jill plan to continue the legacy of service and quality that Dr. Miller established.
In order to best serve Mental Health Professionals and monitor the changing landscape that impacts you and your patients, we have established an advisory board.
This board is made up of professionals from different disciplines and backgrounds to allow At Health to bring you current, relevant continuing education on topics you need.
Dr. Julie Shafer - CE Director
Dr. Shafer graduated from Ohio State University with a doctorate in clinical psychology and opened her private practice in 2005. Since then she has helped hundreds of people with anxiety and mood disorders, as well as relationships struggles and life transitions. Her clinical specialty is in health psychology. She specializes in working with individuals who have health conditions such as autoimmune disorders and chronic pain, as well as people with histories of trauma and PTSD. When she's not meeting with clients or writing, she is usually out exploring Portland with her two dogs.
Dr. Amy Eldridge - Social Work Expert
Dr. Eldridge, PhD is Dean Emerita of the Institute for Clinical Social Work in Chicago, having served in that role between 1998 and 2012, and is currently on their faculty. She currently serves as the Social Work Consultant for At Health, LLC. She has a psychotherapy practice with adults, adolescents, and children in downtown Chicago and more recently, in Asheville, NC. She also consults on clinical practice, training and leadership issues. Dr. Eldridge is the President Elect of the International Association of the Psychology of the Self, is an editor for the Psychoanalytic Social Work Journal, is a Distinguished Social Work Practitioner in the National Academies of Practice, and is the author of numerous published papers on clinical practice.
Dr. Bradley Powers - Psychology Expert
Bradley K. Powers, Psy.D is a licensed psychologist with over 30 years of experience in the field. He is currently a fulltime Assistant Professor in the Psy.D doctoral program at Missouri State University and holds the title of Co-Director of Clinical Training. From 1997-2020, he was an Associate Professor at Forest Institute and additionally served as faculty president and interim dean. Dr. Powers has held various clinical and administrative positions throughout his career, including Mental Health Director at the Greene County Justic Center (1994-2000), Clinical Health Psychologist at Ozarks Community Hospital and Cox Health Systems (2015-2019) where he developed primary care behavioral health and pain management programs, and finally, Director of Springfield, MO first Behavioral Crisis Center - at Burrell Behavioral Health from (2019-2021). Additionally, from 1997-2000 he owned/managed a private practice where he provided psychological services, consultation/education and specific trainings with Law Enforcement agencies throughout Missouri. He holds certificates in Primary Care Behavioral Health, Corrections, Crisis Intervention and Prevention, and Hostage Negotiation. He has served at the local, state and national levels on various community-focused agencies, taskforces and advisory boards and has presented at the local, regional and national levels on topics related to crisis mental health, correctional mental health, re-entry-recidivism, suicide, health disparity, and underserved populations. Finally, he helped develop the clinical training, supervisory, and policy requirements for one of the largest APA Accredited doctoral level psychology internship/residency training consortiums in the US (HAPTC/NPTC).
Dr. John Miller - Retired from the Board
John L. (Jack) Miller, MD. Dr. Miller was the former President and CEO of At Health, Inc and served as CE Director for At Health, LLC. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed residencies in pediatrics and adult psychiatry, as well as a fellowship in child psychiatry. He practiced adult and adolescent psychiatry in Bellevue, WA, and later joined the TRICARE Northwest Lead Agency at Madigan Army Medical Center as the Mental Health Director. At Madigan he also served as the Mental Health Disease Management Chief in the Outcomes Management Division and the Health Information Management Director of the Child, Adolescent and Family Behavioral Health Office. He later joined the Behavioral Health Data Portal (BHDP) Program Management Office as a clinical subject matter expert to provide technical and clinical oversight for the redesign, development, pilot testing and deployment of the Behavioral Health Data Portal (BHDP) to more than fifty of the Army’s mental health clinics. As a member of the BHDP team, he shared in the Excellence in Enterprise Information Award from the Association for Enterprise Information as the Government Awardee for 2013.