Psychotherapy & 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.
Trauma Therapy Resources
Want to learn how therapy can improve your life?
Access Dr. Robert T. Muller’s videos, podcasts, and curated trauma blog in which he explores the benefits of psychotherapy in healing trauma, attachment, avoidance, PTSD, infidelity, and more.
Trauma Therapy Books
Dr. Robert T. Muller’s two psychotherapy books, Trauma & the Avoidant Client (2010) and Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up (2018) focus on how therapists can help trauma survivors who avoid attachment and how to navigate the therapeutic relationship with trauma survivors.
Trauma Psychotherapy in Toronto
Clinical Psychologist and Trauma Therapist
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 therapy and couples & family psychology, helping people improve their lives.
Dr. Muller also offers online therapy and counselling, for those with trauma histories and other mental health difficulties.
114 Maitland St. (Maitland & Jarvis)
Toronto (downtown, near Wellesley station)
Discussing trauma, therapy, and the challenges of avoidant attachment, Dr Robert T Muller explores how counseling can bring resilience, and can help work through infidelities, losses, & other painful experiences.
Trauma Therapy Podcasts
Follow Dr. Robert T Muller’s latest featured podcasts where he joins other psychotherapy experts and discusses issues of trauma and psychotherapy.
Trauma Therapy Books
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.
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