Trauma Psychotherapist in Toronto
Dr. Robert T. Muller completed his training at Harvard in 1994, and is a registered psychologist.
Toronto psychotherapist, and professor of clinical psychology at York University, he teaches trauma therapy and supervises psychotherapists.
He practices individual, couples & family psychology, helping people improve their lives.
114 Maitland St. (Maitland & Jarvis)
Toronto (downtown, near Wellesley station)
As a clinical psychologist and trauma therapist, I work with individuals and families in my Toronto psychotherapy practice. I help them with the interpersonal traumas and losses that have affected their lives.
My 2010 psychotherapy book, Trauma & the Avoidant Client, focuses on how therapists can help trauma survivors who avoid attachment, closeness & painful feelings.
My 2017 book, Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up, details how to navigate the therapeutic relationship with trauma survivors, to help bring recovery and growth
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