Dr. Robert T Muller explores the challenges of psychotherapy with trauma survivors, and the effects of therapists’ feelings on client progress.
Guest speaker on The Trauma Therapist Podcast, Dr Robert T Muller discusses his experiences as a trauma therapist in Toronto, and his personal motivations in counseling trauma survivors.
Discussing trauma in marriage, couples, & relationships, Dr Robert T Muller explains how counselling can bring resilience, and can help work through infidelities, losses, & other painful experiences.
Dr Robert T Muller explores the challenges of avoidant attachment in treatment, and the importance of engagement strategies to help counsel traumatized clients.
Guest speaker on a CBC radio special, Dr. Robert T. Muller explores what happens when families keep traumatic secrets.
Dr. Robert T. Muller is a radio guest on Global News, speaking on the traumatic effects of bullying, and what parents can do to help.
Speaking on the therapy relationship, Dr Robert T Muller explains how the therapist’s responses to various conflicts that arise with clients can either prevent or promote healing in psychotherapy.
In an interview on his second trauma therapy book, “Trauma & the Struggle to Open Up,” Dr. Muller discusses how mental health is understood within a trauma framework.
Discussing posttraumatic growth in this interview, Dr. Muller explains how trauma therapy can help people find a way to face, and even grow from their painful past.
In this interview, Dr. Robert T. Muller discusses compassion in psychotherapy, and the importance of the client-therapist relationship in trauma therapy.
Speaking as a guest on this trauma-informed interview, Dr. Robert T. Muller discusses the place of forgiveness in trauma treatment.
In this video, Dr. Robert T. Muller discusses how to do Relationship-Focused Trauma Therapy.
Dr. Robert T. Muller is interviewed on the topic of Avoidance in the treatment of posttraumatic stress. Dr. Muller addresses why he wrote about the avoidant client and offers some key advice for trauma therapists who are dealing with avoidant clients.
In this interview, Dr. Robert T Muller is asked to explore specifics of PTSD, and how it relates to attachment and having a trauma-informed perspective, as well as what we need to know about trauma recovery.
A guest on the Trauma Therapist Podcast, Dr. Robert T. Muller explores the psychotherapy relationship when working with complex trauma
Speaking on the Covid-19 Pandemic, Dr. Robert T. Muller speaks on the implications of trauma and trauma therapy in a socially distanced world.
Dr. Robert T. Muller, psychologist, author of “Trauma & the Struggle to Open Up,” discusses what to look for, when you’re interested in starting trauma therapy.
Dr. Robert T. Muller delivers a keynote at the 2022 conference of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation.
In author and psychologist, Dr. Robert T. Muller’s webinar, he describes pacing trauma therapy with clients who try to open up too quickly.
“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.
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