Cara Michelle Miller is a mindfulness-based communication and professional development instructor and coach for both individuals and groups. She has taught communication skills to engineering students through the CONNECT program at The Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Science & Art since 2004 and joined the faculty at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2007 as a shiatsu instructor. In recent years, she created a series of professional development communication programs called HigherTouch Communication (HTC). HTC skills are the convergence of interpersonal skills development and neurobehavioral research with East Asian compassion practices; these programs develop strategies for successfully presenting your ideas, resolving conflicts, and connecting with others in constructive ways. Cara Michelle holds a BFA from East Carolina University and is a graduate of the Consultant and Teacher Training Program at The Ohashi Institute. She lives with her husband and son in Baltimore City.

BFA, Theatre Arts, East Carolina University

Specialties: Shiatsu, meditation-based pain reduction, mindfulness-based communication

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