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Discussing his childhood and early career experiences, Dr. Robert T. Muller explores his motivations for specializing in trauma therapy and the lessons that he has learned along the way.

In this coaching session for The Affair Recovery Movement, Dr. Robert T. Muller and Sarah P. discuss a variety of topics that relate to avoidant attachment, PTSD, and coping with an affair.

In this CBC Radio special Dr. Robert T. Muller examines why we decide not to share truths with those closest to us, the effects of secretiveness on families, and what happens when family secrets are revealed.

In this episode, Dr. Robert T. Muller discusses posttraumatic growth and his new book, “Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up:  From Avoidance to Recovery and Growth.”
In this episode, Morgan Rector discusses trauma outcomes and treatment with Dr. Robert T. Muller.
Dr. Robert T. Muller provides the steps needed to build and maintain a strong therapist-client relationship – one that helps bring recovery and growth.
Dr. Anna Baranowsky interviews Dr. Robert T. Muller on the therapist-client relationship, and the importance of having a therapist who uses a compassionate approach.
Dr. Robert T. Muller is interviewed on the topic of Avoidance in the treatment of posttraumatic stress. He addresses why he wrote about the avoidant client and offers some advice for trauma therapists who are dealing with avoidant clients.
Dr. Robert T. Muller joins Matt and Curt to discuss his new book Trauma & The Struggle to Open Up, exploring how the guilt and shame of trauma affects the ability to discuss and overcome a traumatic past.
A guest on the Trauma Therapist Podcast, Dr. Robert T. Muller explores the psychotherapy relationship when working with complex trauma.
Troubled attachment and intimacy avoidance is a natural outcome of challenging life experiences or trauma. Sue Marriott interviews guest, Dr. Robert T. Muller.
In this episode, learn about the differences between PTSD and other forms of trauma, how to identify it, and what can be done about it.
In this podcast, Dr. Robert T. Muller describes his clinical work with individuals who have experienced trauma.
In this episode Dr. Robert T. Muller discusses his book, “Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up.” Topics include: Attachment style as a template from which we create intimacy, and working with trauma in the client/therapist relationship.

Speaking on the Covid-19 Pandemic, Dr. Robert T. Muller speaks on the implications of trauma and trauma therapy in a socially distanced environment.

In part one of this podcast series, Dr. Robert T. Muller describes the links between trauma and attachment theory, using case examples from his psychotherapy practice in Toronto.