About Dr. Thomas Houle

"There is no problem that occurs outside of your relationships. So, when you're experiencing a personal, emotional, and behavioral problem you have to look to relationships and their demands as the source of the problem." - Dr. Houle

Thomas A. Houle, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Connecticut.

During his extensive career in psychology, Dr. Houle has encountered a variety of professional experiences.

He's worked in various treatment facilities, including a women's correctional facility, a veterans' administration hospital, a mental hospital, and a residential treatment facility for children.

He's been a college professor of psychology and has conducted a decades-long private practice in clinical psychology.

Dr. Houle holds a BS from the University of Minnesota, an MS from the University of Wisconsin, and a Ph.D . from Michigan State University. He also has a post­doctoral MS in clinical psychopharmacology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.

He has written broadly (and continues to write) on psychological issues.

His most current work focuses on human relationships and their contribution to psychological problems, including mental illnesses.