Rebirth: The Journey of Pregnancy After a Loss


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5.9 X 9.6 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Joey Miller, MSW, LCSW, is a therapist and social worker who has counseled women and their families for eighteen years. She was the Perinatal Loss Program Coordinator at Prentice Women's Hospital of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the largest birthing center in the state of Illinois and the Midwest (and one of the largest in the country, supporting up to 13,600 births per year); she has a private practice at Wellsprings Health Associates in Chicago. In addition to individual clients, Joey also trains healthcare providers, and she remains affiliated with Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, where she has served as a faculty member.


"I have worked with Joey Miller as both an obstetrician working in Chicago and as a patient myself. It was because of Joey that I was able to return to delivering babies in the very hospital I lost my own. I know [this book] will help women who are grieving as well as the health professionals who grieve alongside them but often struggle with how best to support their patients emotionally."--Gwyneth Bryant, MD, Obstetrician/Gynecologist, Prentice Women's Hospital, Chicago, and Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
"I have worked with Joey Miller for over a decade, and in that time, I have seen the benefits that women and their partners accrue by being in her care.[She will] make a valuable contribution to the many individuals (patients, families, care providers) who may never have the chance to work with her on a personal basis."--William Grobman, MD, MBA, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Preventative Medicine, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago
"Joey Miller is Chicago's 'go-to source for perinatal loss counseling. Ms. Miller has tremendous depth of experience with patients whose grief originates within a variety of different contexts. My endorsement reflects the clinical experience of years of patients who have benefitted from her care in the most trying of circumstances. I trust her advice, respect her insight and am glad that she wishes to share her knowledge with a broader audience."--Cassing Hammond, MD, Director, Section and Fellowship in Family Planning, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago
"Joey Miller is an exceptional clinician and therapist. She has expert diagnostic acumen accompanied by unparalleled compassion and fortitude that allow her to walk with her patients in times of profound loss, horrific tragedy and immeasurable threats to themselves and those they love. Her capacity to hold patients in a loving and safe space while also holding them accountable to their own aspirations and goals is inspiring. I am profoundly grateful to be able to learn from her and work with her in the care of individuals who are suffering."--Elizabeth Kieff, MD, Psychiatrist, Private Practice, formerly Student Affairs Dean, Faculty Member, and University Student Mental Health Psychiatrist, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Chicago, Chicago
"Joey Miller is a locally and nationally recognized expert and respected advocate, therapeutic practitioner, and incredibly regarded presenter in the area of perinatal loss. Much of her professional career also includes educating as well as supporting the physicians, nurses, and support staff that care for these patients and families. "--Susan Rizzato, LCSW, MSW, Perinatal Loss Program Coordinator, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago
"Joey Miller is a very competent and highly skilled clinician who joins her clients and their stories of loss, suffering, and adversity in empathic and compassionate ways. She connects with clients while building resiliency and hope for their futures. Joey is highly regarded among colleagues and clients and their families who continue to seek her out not only during vulnerable times in their lives but also in their journey of remembering, meaning making, and resiliency."
--Denada Hoxha, PhD, psychologist, private practice, and professor, Loyola University, Chicago
"Joey Miller is brilliant in her vocation and seeks to bring healing and peace to all who seek her comfort and guidance. This tremendous book flows from years of experience - action put into words. Joey Miller is an angel of hope in the midst of the pain and tragedies of life."--Very Rev. Gregory Sakowicz, rector, Holy Name Cathedral Parish, Chicago