Trauma Therapy & Counselling Services in Toronto & Online

As a clinical psychologist and trauma therapist, Dr. Robert T. Muller works with individuals and families in his Toronto psychotherapy practice and online. Dr. Muller helps them with the interpersonal traumas and losses that have affected their lives.

Therapy will help you get there. Together we’ll use a tailored approach, focusing on ways you’d like to see change in your life, ways you’d like to be different. 

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Whether you’re coping with the painful effects of traumatic experiences, struggling in your relationships, or having trouble adjusting, you want to move forward but can’t seem to find a way.

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For personal and interpersonal relationships and traumas.

Traumatic Loss

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Meet robert

Toronto-Based Trauma Psychotherapist

Clinical Psychologist and Trauma Therapist Dr. Robert T. Muller completed his training at Harvard in 1994, and is a registered psychologist. Toronto-based psychotherapist, and professor of clinical psychology at York University, he teaches trauma therapy and supervises psychotherapists.

He practices individual therapy and couples & family psychology, helping people improve their lives. Dr. Muller offers in-person and online therapy and counselling, for those with trauma histories and other mental health difficulties.

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Individual Therapy

Using a trauma-informed approach, therapy will help you better understand your triggers, find healthier ways of coping, and navigate complicated emotions and relationships. 

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Couples Therapy

Individual or joint trauma histories can affect a couple’s relationship, as can misunderstanding and hurt. Couples therapy will help you better address these challenges.

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Family Therapy

Loss or trauma powerfully impacts families, but so often people suffer alone. Therapy will help you better support one another, even when conflict occurs between family members. 

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  • Grief & Bereavement
  • Post Traumatic Stress
  • Complex PTSD (CPTSD)
  • Adjustment to divorce
  • Relationship Conflict
  • Parent-Child Conflict
  • Dissociation
  • Eating Disorders

Dr. Muller is a trauma therapist and professor of clinical psychology treating complex trauma and conditions such as:

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Psychotherapy Resources

Psychotherapy Lessons & Seminars

Discussing trauma, therapy, and the challenges of avoidant attachment, Dr Robert T. Muller explores how counselling can bring resilience, and can help work through infidelities, losses, & other painful experiences.



Follow Dr. Robert T. Muller’s latest featured podcasts where he joins other psychotherapy experts and discusses issues of trauma and psychotherapy.



Keep up to date with current trauma and mental health news on Robert T. Muller’s YorkU psychology blog that focuses on issues of trauma and trauma therapy, PTSD treatment and more.


Trauma Therapy Books

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Trauma and the Avoidant Client

In this psychotherapy bestseller, Dr. Robert T Muller explores how psychotherapists can effectively engage traumatized clients who avoid attachment, closeness, & painful feelings.

Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up

Offering new insights into the dynamic between patient and therapist, Dr Robert T Muller’s second book explores how to navigate the therapeutic relationship with trauma survivors, to help bring recovery and growth.

Helping people feel like themselves again

“Dr. Muller is an an expert on the topic of trauma due to his experience as a professor, workshop presenter, researcher, and author. He is also an extremely compassionate and empathetic psychologist. It is clear that he has spent years treating children, teens, and adults making him an amazing clinician who has given me tremendous insight into my challenges and how to resolve them. Dr. Muller has made a significant difference in my life, and I would highly recommend him.”

— S. K.

"Dr. Muller is an excellent psychologist with 30 years of experience. He is compassionate, empathic, and thoughtful when working with clients, colleagues, and students. His insights lead to a better understanding of the self and open the door to change. His expertise in the areas of trauma and attachment was developed through both his clinical work and research initiatives. His knowledge base and clinical skills create the trusting environment needed in therapy."

— j. C.

"Dr. Muller is a competent and empathic clinician. He demonstrates excellent skill and his expertise in trauma therapy is evident in both a treatment and supervision context."

— S. R.

"I strongly recommend Dr. Muller as a trauma therapist and trauma expert! He is an excellent psychologist who is very warm, kind, and genuine. He is incredibly knowledgeable and skilled, with over 30 years of experience providing therapy to those in need and training the next generation of psychologists."

— k. c.

"I've had the pleasure of working with Dr. Muller as a supervisee and he has been an immense support both personally and professionally. His guidance has proven invaluable and I would highly recommend him to any that hope to learn and improve their craft!"

— G. R.

"Dr. Muller is an incredibly compassionate, understanding, and knowledgeable expert on trauma recovery. I often recommend him to many people, because of his expertise on the treatment of trauma disorders. He is an amazing professor, mentor, and advocate for individuals struggling with PTSD."

— Y. L.

"I cannot recommend Dr. Muller strongly enough. If I could I'd give him even more stars! Not only is he an expert as a researcher and teacher, but he is a highly skilled therapist and supervisor who brings warmth, compassion and kindness into the consulting room."

— K. J.

"Robert Muller is a knowlegeable and skilled clinician. He is patient and warm. He can hold your experience whether you are a client or a supervisee, and can help you discover what it means to you."

— L. R.

Your Mental Health Is Important

Use the form at the link below, email, or call to get in touch for an initial consultation. Flexible hours. In-person or online sessions available.