Navigating ourselves through life, especially in today’s world, will often feel challenging, confusing, and scary. Whatever hurdles life throws in our paths can sometimes leave us stuck on our journey. What we’ve learned and experienced throughout our lives, matters. However, at times, change is necessary in order for one to live authentically. Tim’s philosophy of good therapy is assisting his clients in recognizing their own resilience, while building compassion for what they’ve been through and examining our flexibility. His goal is to assist his client’s in moving forward towards their goals, in order to create healthy outcomes
Creating a safe space for his clients to guide through their past and current experiences is paramount, especially when establishing relationships between client and therapist. Tim’s personal therapeutic style is integrative, person-centered, transparent, and empathic. He draws from a diverse range of therapeutic practices and theories to meet his client’s needs. Tim utilizes a strengths-based approach, in hopes of elevating his client’s understanding of their own courage, values, and determination, through personality and patience. He acknowledges that seeking help is a strength that should be celebrated and recognized as the first step in creating healthier outcomes and positive changes.
Tim is an individual therapist able to discuss a multitude of topics such as anxiety disorders, depression, men’s issues, stress management, behavioral change and goal-setting strategies, as well as career & occupational issues. He is an active therapist that utilizes various strategies and techniques to make sure each session moves the client closer to their therapeutic and personal goals. Tim incorporates empirically validated treatments, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), to name a few. His passion for learning is on-going. Tim has experience working with the LGBTQIA+ community, men and women in young adult/adult populations, as well correctional settings, community mental health settings and in-patient residential and intensive outpatient programs