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  • Dr. Marilyn Miller practices in the area of clinical and industrial-organizational psychology. She is a registered psychologist in private practice in Toronto, Ontario, with over 20 years’ experience in assessment, counselling, and organization training programs. In addition to working with organizations, she works with individuals to assist them with their careers such as optimal job fit, professional development, executive coaching, and stress related issues, whether from personal or work-based sources, or traumatic events.

  • 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 doctoral students.  He practices individual, couples & family psychology in downtown Toronto, where he helps people struggling with trauma, grief & loss, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), adjustment to divorce, relationship conflict, eating disorders, and family crises.  

  • I qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in South Africa and was registered with South African Board of Psychology. I then moved to London, UK, where I worked as a psychologist with children who had hearing impairments. I trained in group analysis and continued group psychotherapy training when I moved to Toronto in the Mid-1990s. I have worked in research and published in the area of Multiple Sclerosis and psychological consequences of the disease. I have been on the faculty of the Etobicoke General Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program for the past 10 years. In addition, I provide training in group process, facilitation and psychotherapy to mental health professionals and am the co-founder and co-director of the Toronto Institute for Group Studies. I have given numerous workshops and lectures at conferences and for local and national organizations. I am registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario in the practice of Clinical and Rehabilitation Psychology.

  • I provide therapy to a variety of individuals with various concerns from anxiety and depression, to LGBT issues, to relationships, to employment and educational issues. I have been registered as a Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario since 2009. My certificate number from the College is 4681. Prior to that, I was registered with the College as a Supervised Practice Psychologist, as is mandatory for all Psychologists. I completed my Doctor of Philosophy in 2007 from the University of Toronto. My research has varied, but I have primarily focused on the experiences of gay, lesbian, and bisexual individuals, although my practice is not limited to this population. My practicums and internships provided me with a broad experience base in working with many issues and concerns. I have been trained in several different modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, and Client Centered Therapy. I also believe in the value of Psycho-Educational work to help people not only understand their concerns and issues, but provide practical based solutions.

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