Brooke Miller, MA, LMFT



After surviving two brain surgeries, a house fire in her childhood home, and conquering an eating disorder, body image issues and years of depression and anxiety, it was motherhood that

truly brought Brooke to her knees, cracked her open, and changed her perspective. Mother of two daughters ages 6 and 8, Brooke is a licensed psychotherapist, a"trailblazer" according to San Francisco's 411 Magazine, and the founder of Honey Space for Moms--a mental health clubhouse for modern moms and dads located in Ferndale, Michigan.

A graduate of The University of Southern California and Pacifica Graduate Institute as well as a Goldman Sachs 10,000 businesses scholar, Brooke is a community organizer, educator, entrepreneur, and leader in the field of parental mental health. Known by her peers to always blend business with heart, Brooke’s voice has been featured nationally as a contributor to The Ricki Lake Show and in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Crain’s Detroit, and Postpartum Support International.

The granddaughter of a Holocaust Survivor and Nazi Resistance fighter in the underground resistance in Paris, Brooke’s orientation towards her work as a psychotherapist and entrepreneur are rooted in the strength of storytelling, resilience, and the power of the inner feminine. An advocate for all who identify as mothers, Brooke continuously creates opportunities for the maternal instinct to be valued, seen, and heard. Brooke was born in Detroit, raised in Chicago, educated in California, and now lives in Royal Oak, Michigan with her husband of 15 years, Jason, and their daughters, Gisele and Pearl.




26677 West 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48034
Phone 313.961.4748