Robert H. Klein, Ph.D., is an accomplished, internationally recognized clinical psychologist who provides highly experienced, skilled, compassionate assessment and treatment. As a clinical faculty member at the Yale University School of Medicine, he has held a variety of clinical positions, including directing inpatient, outpatient, outpatient partial hospitalization, and education and training programs. He is a widely respected speaker, clinical supervisor, and co-editor/author, whose publications include nearly 100 scientific articles, book chapters and seven books. He has won many awards and honors, most recently including the 2020 Social Responsibility Award from the International Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health.
Dr. Klein’s areas of specialization include individual, couples, and group psychotherapy, with expertise in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, self-esteem, infidelity and relationship issues. As the past president of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, he volunteers his expertise in disaster outreach/intervention and mental health supervision on an international level.