Dr. Robert E. Mueller practiced
psychophysical therapy in Los Angeles. He opened a massage therapy private practice in 1979
where he offered a "Release & Reorientation" program. He sometimes incorporated
alternative methods into his body therapy practice, and would occasionally integrate various
forms of media to be used during sessions by his clientele. The collection consists of
nineteen scrapbooks. Each contains images of women or sexual activity between men and women.
Scrapbooks occasionally feature gay and lesbian content; however, they predominantly follow
a heterosexual and heteronormative framework.
Dr. Robert E. Mueller practiced psychophysical therapy in Los Angeles starting in 1979. In
1981, he graduated from Golden State University with a Ph.D. in Human Relations. He holds
various licenses and credentials in massage therapy, postural integration, and lymph
drainage and decongestion, and is a member of professional organizations such as the
American Massage Therapy Association, Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, and American
Tarot Association. Mueller also intermittently taught advanced massage therapy at Glendale
Career College, and instructed and co-published manuscripts on the topic of Tarot
spirituality. Mueller opened his massage therapy private practice in 1979. At his practice,
Mueller offered a "Release & Reorientation" program, which advertised a "PsychoPhysical
massage" custom designed for patients. He sometimes incorporated alternative methods into
his body therapy practice, and would occasionally integrate various forms of media.
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