Dr. M. Arnold Muller
Dr. M. Arnold Muller has 31 years of practice experience as a licensed psychologist in two countries and various settings (healthcare, school boards, family health teams, addictions centers, correctional institutions, the military, churches, and private practices). The first half of his career was in South Africa and the second half in Ontario, Canada.
Earlier in his earlier career Arnold also did some pastoral counselling and he coached people with respect to finding resolutions to ethical issues, coping with loss, and dealing with moral dilemmas.
Arnold holds a Ph.D. with specialization in Psychotherapy degree from the University of Pretoria and two Masters’ Degrees - one in Clinical Psychology from the University of Pretoria and one in Practical Theology from the University of Stellenbosch.
Arnold specializes in different modalities of psychotherapy, but he is also experienced in psychological assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plan preparation and application. The population he serves includes individuals of all ages, couples, small groups, and families.
Furthermore, Arnold has obtained training in and exposure to Neurofeedback Training, Somatic Experiencing, crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and dealing with cultural differences. Arnold has also been involved in the development and implementation of rehabilitation programs related to addiction and recovery programs for people with both emotional and physical trauma-related treatment needs.
Notable certifications include:
- Board-Certified in Neurofeedback (BCN) with the BCIA.
- Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) with the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute.
- Neethling Brain Instrument Practitioner (NBI) with the Kobus Neethling Institute.
- Myers-Brigg Type Instrument Administrator (MBTI Administrator) with the Myers & Briggs Foundation.
Arnold's favorite pastimes include spending time with his family and friends, hiking, traveling, photography, and poetry.