Tim received his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University. He believes that through changing the way we think, we have the power to influence the way we feel and change the outcomes of our actions. He has worked in co-occurring mental health/chemical health settings since 2014, and other mental health service roles since 2010. Tim brings a well balanced perspective with knowledge of cognitive therapies and experience in behavior change. His mindful, person centered approach can help clients of South Metro Therapy get in touch with who they are, to align their behavior and thoughts with their personality. He understands that although change may seem simple it is rarely that easy. Tim believes that the more we know about ourselves the easier it is to connect with our reasons for change, and to find the pieces of ourselves that hold us back.