Richard C. Miller, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, author, researcher, yogic scholar and spiritual teacher who, for the past 45 years, has devoted his
life and work to integrating the ancient nondual wisdom teachings of Yoga, Tantra, Advaita, Taoism, and Buddhism with modern Western psychology. Richard is the founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute, co-founder of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, founding editor of the peer-reviewed International Journal of Yoga Therapy, and a founding member and past president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology.
Richard serves as a research consultant for the iRest Meditation protocol that he developed (Integrative Restoration
~ iRest), a modern adaptation of the ancient nondual practice of Yoga Nidra, documenting its efficacy on health, healing, and well-being with diverse
populations that include active-duty soldiers, veterans, children, youth, college students, seniors, the homeless, the incarcerated, and people
experiencing issues such as sleep disorders, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, chemical dependency, and anxiety.
In 1983, after decades of searching, Richard met his spiritual mentor, Jean Klein, who introduced him to the non-path, non-method, and non-goal realization
of nonduality. Richard now shares the paradox of nondual instruction through international training sessions, meditation retreats on awakening, and the
integration of enlightened living into daily life. For information on Richard’s teachings visit www.irest.us.