Tim strongly believes in the inherent value, dignity, and strength of every client. Each individual has the unique opportunity to enjoy a meaningful life in the committed pursuit of their own values and goals. He seeks to provide a safe therapeutic environment where clients are accepted, understood, and given practical tools for healing and growth. As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate, Tim seeks to help children, teens, and adults work through diverse concerns including:
- Depression and anxiety
- Grief and loss
- Relationship conflicts
- Life transitions
- Trauma and addiction
- Identity development
- Behavioral concerns
- Anger and disappointment
- Spiritual healing and maturity
- Hispanic concerns and acculturation
Tim has experience using Child-Centered Play Therapy to provide children with the environment and the relationship necessary to process difficult emotions while also rehearsing social skills and problem solving. In addition, he is committed to the comprehensive application of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with both individuals and couples. Currently, he is completing a certificate in Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy.
Tim received his MA in Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He also holds a Master of Sacred Literature from Trinity College and Seminary and a B.S. in Mathematics from Wingate University.
Tim has been married to his wife since 1990 and they have four adult children. They lived and ministered in Central America for more than two decades. As a bilingual counselor (English and Spanish), he is committed to providing informed and compassionate professional care to a diverse population.