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.
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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.
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.
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Get therapy! It’s really hard to do trauma therapy if you haven’t been involved in your own therapy.
Get supervision. Trauma therapy is really hard to do without good supervision.
Engage in self-care: schedule and take breaks.
Have a focus on counter-transference and notice what’s going on with your own feelings and actions.
Be attentive to vicarious traumatization. We all are susceptible to being vicariously traumatized.
“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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