Tim J. Möller
Tim J. Möller is an adjunct Psychology lecturer at Touro University Berlin and the International Psychoanalytic University Berlin, with a background in Neurocognitive Psychology. During his PhD, he investigated disorders of the self in patients with Schizophrenia and Borderline personality disorder, using innovative methods such as Virtual Reality, Eye-tracking, and EEG. He has also developed a mobile ECG device that is used in scientific studies and clinical practice around the world.
In addition to his research, Tim J. Möller is currently undergoing training as a Psychotherapist, and has gained over 1000 hours of clinical experience across various clinical institutions and different clinical cases. He is passionate about understanding the complexities of the human mind and behavior, and uses his expertise to teach courses such as Psychology of Motivation, Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Psychology, and Clinical Psychology at Touro University Berlin.
To learn more about Tim J. Möller and his work, you can visit his website at https://www.timjmoeller.com/.
At Touro Berlin he lectures on Clinical Psychology.