Architect of ‘s cognitive-behavioral restructuring (CBR), Dr. Mullen lived with social anxiety disorder for many years before realizing he could attribute his behaviors to a symptom. That led to extensive research into SAD and other mental and emotional complications. Finding the one-size-fits-all methodology less useful in dealing with today’s higher complexity-consciousness, Robert is currently testing a more practical with CBT’s behavior modification, and neural restructuring, A former teacher of method acting, Dr. Mullen has found Stanislavski’s emotional retrieval and retention an asset to many recovery and revitalization programs. Academia.edu reports readers in 54 countries access his publications. Three new works are currently in production for spring release. Abstractions of Intent: How a Psychobiography Grapples with the Fluidity of Truth is in C-E. Mayer, Z. Kovary (Eds.) New Trends in Psychobiography (Springer Nature Switzerland) was published in September. (https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-16953-4_5).