ABOUT MILES

Miles Adcox is the CEO/Owner of Onsite, and Milestones at Onsite (extended care center for emotional trauma & co-dependency). Miles speaks nationally on various topics including Emotional Leadership, Inspiration, Communication, Organizational health, Creative Flow, Family Systems, Trauma, and Emotional Wellness.

Miles is a communication, personal growth, and mental health consultant to the music and entertainment industry. He is a featured guest expert on The Dr. Phil Show, and has also been featured on The Doctors, A&E’s Intervention and has been interviewed on codependency, emotional wellness, and family dynamics on several national radio shows. He is a producer of the gripping emotionally transformative documentary in production I’m Done Drowning. Onsite has been featured on 20/20, Good Morning America, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.

ONSITE WORKSHOPS

“A lifetime of experiences brought together to create the experience of a lifetime.”

Located in a beautiful ranch-like setting in the breathtaking rolling hills outside of Nashville, TN, Onsite provides a safe, loving, family environment where guests can break the cycles that hold them back and rediscover themselves and their relationships. We are committed to creating the highest quality experience possible through our passion, innovation, and service. Known for many years as the worldwide leader in therapeutic and personal growth workshops, our primary goal is to help each guest reach their full potential of emotional freedom.

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