Love Under Repair: Taking the Guesswork Out of Couples Counseling in Washington DC


Washington, DC — June 19, 2015

Love Under Repair From Washington, DC Psychotherapist Keith Miller Takes the Guesswork Out of Finding Professional Help, and Provides Invaluable Advice About How to Succeed in Couples Counseling

There's a problem with couples therapy: How can a therapist be trusted to improve the state of a couple's marriage, when most therapists aren't specially trained to help couples? That's the question Keith Miller asks (and answers) in his new book, Love Under Repair: How to Save Your Marriage and Survive Couples Therapy, available now from Love Good Press, and for sale on Amazon.

"[Love Under Repair is] a practical tool that every therapist and couple should have within reach," said Harville Hendrix, PhD, author of Getting the Love You Want and Making Marriage Simple.

Keith Miller — founder and director of successful, eponymous psychotherapy practices with offices in Washington, DC and Bethesda, Maryland — reveals the hazards that cause many couples to stumble blindly through couples therapy, or never consider it a viable option in the first place. Love Under Repair takes the guesswork and confusion out of finding professional, marriage-saving help.

For couples struggling with communication, infidelity, seemingly unresolvable differences, or the challenges of day-to-day life as individuals and a family; and the therapists and counselors endeavoring to help them, Love Under Repair is a concise, engaging resource.

About Keith Miller

Keith Miller is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker; a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist; a certified therapist/coach of Self-Leadership using the Internal Family Systems Model; and founder and director of Keith Miller & Associates Counseling, a private psychotherapy practice based in Washington, DC. Miller has worked in mental health and psychotherapy for 12 years in a variety of settings, and has trained closely with nationally renowned experts in the fields of individual and couples psychotherapy. For more information, visit