Dr. Robert F. Mullen

Robert F. Mullen is director of ReChanneling Inc, an organization focused on alleviating the impact of ‘mental’ disorders (neuroses) through a wellness model of research, program development, and individual support. Finding one-size-fits-all recovery inadequate in addressing the totality of the individual personality, ReChanneling favors a psychobiographic analysis[1] of the problem before developing a multilayered custom solution. A working platform showing encouraging results for social anxiety disorder is an integration of positive psychology’s optimum human functioning with CBT’s behavior modification, neuroscience’s network restructuring, and other personalized supported and non-traditional approaches.

The deficit of self-esteem and motivation due to the disruption in natural human development is addressed by a program called healthy philautia. ReChanneling utilizes Stanislavski’s method of memory and emotion retrieval and control[2] and the behavioral ethics of the nine right truths (right choice) of AbhidharmaReChanneling’s custom, life support for remission-recovery, carries the individual client through the process of recovery from program inception through core-work, neural network restructuring, implementation, and onto recovery-remission for as long as it takes. Dr. Mullen is a Doctor of Philosophy; his disciplines include contemporary behavior, modified psychobiography, and method psychology. His most recent published work on social anxiety disorder[3] will soon be featured in Handbook of Love from Springer, available through Amazon and most booksellers.

[1] Mullen, R. F. (2019). How an Honorable Psychobiography Embraces the Fluidity of TruthNew Trends in Psychobiography, Chap. 5, Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-16953-4. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-16953-4.

[2] Mullen, R. F. (2016). The Art of Authenticity: Constantin Stanislavski and Merleau-PontyJournal of Literature and Art Studies, 6 (7):790-803 (2016). doi:10.17265/2159-5836/2016.07.010  http://www.davidpublisher.org/ Public/uploads/ Contribute/ 57426420547ed. pdf

[3] Mullen, R. F. (2020). Enlisting Positive Psychologies to Challenge Love within SAD’s Culture of Maladaptive Self-BeliefsHandbook of Love in Cultural & Transcultural Cultures, Springer, 2020.

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