As Executive Director for Resilience & Leadership Development in the U.Va. Career Center, Tim provides strategic direction on the University’s efforts to foster resilience and build leadership potential in the student community.
Prior to his current role, Tim was the Director of the U.Va Center for Counseling & Psychological Services. Previously he served as Associate Director/Clinical Director at the University of Michigan Counseling & Psychological Services Department. He held previous positions at the Indiana University Counseling & Psychological Services Department and the University of Dayton Counseling Center.
Tim has taught courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels on a variety of topics, including group counseling, psychological assessment, psychopathology, sex therapy, counseling techniques, and advanced seminars on the use of dreams in therapy. He received the Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award from the College of Education at Indiana University. He has authored and co-authored book chapters and articles on spirituality in counseling, dream work, group counseling, and career choice in young adulthood.
Tim earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park and his master’s in Counseling from Arizona State University. Tim completed a postgraduate program in Organizational Development at the Gestalt Institute (Columbus, OH) and was on staff as an organizational consultant and business team facilitator with Business of People, an independent consulting firm. Prior to his career as a psychologist, Tim held a variety of marketing and research positions with The Procter & Gamble Company. He left P&G in order to study the development of happier and healthier individuals and organizations.