Timothy D. Evans, Ph. D. received his doctorate from the University of Georgia with a major in counseling and a specialty in marriage and family therapy. He completed an American Psychological Association accredited counseling psychology internship at the University of Delaware. Dr. Evans is an approved supervisor and clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He is a Florida licensed Marriage and Family therapist. He has been chosen as a Torrance Creative Scholar Mentor, at the University of Georgia.
Dr. Evans has worked as a counseling psychologist with adult offenders, narcotic addicts, teenagers, couples, and individuals. He developed and conducted a family therapy program for an adolescent psychiatric unit for St. Louis Medical College and directed a family education center.
Dr. Evans was an Associate Professor of Counseling, Department of Psychological and Social Foundations, at the University of South Florida. Later he developed the graduate training program in Marriage and Family Therapy for the Department of Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling. Dr. Evans has written in the areas of encouragement, brief therapy, marriage and family therapy, human relations training, and group counseling.
Tim Evans has been in private practice in Tampa, Florida for over 10 years. He now works with Geri Carter, M.S., and LMHC in South Tampa. Geri has recently published her first book, Parenting Today’s Teenager. They often co-counseling when working with teens and couples.
Dr. Evans served on the Board of Directors for the International Committee for Adlerian Summer Schools and Institutes (ICASSI). He has taught parenting, educational reform, brief therapy through strength assessment, and conducted personal growth groups for youth. He has served on the Delegate Assembly for the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology. He taught for Adlerian studies in Riga, Latvia, and is the Executive Director for the Florida Adlerian Society. Where they conduct an annual.
Tim Evans conducts training in encouragement, leadership, parenting, marriage and family therapy, and staff development. Over the years he has conducted hundreds of workshops. For example, he has provided training for such groups as the Florida Circuit Court Judges, Florida School Counselors Association, Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Department of Corrections, and Children and Family Services.