Dr. Tim Clark has received advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and devotes approximately half his practice time to helping individuals in distressed relationships. He helps these distressed couples develop more effective patterns of communication and more secure attachment bonds.
Dr. Clark also maintains an interest in clinical issues of depression and anxiety particularly as it relates to the breakdown of primary relationships and isolation.
Dr. Clark maintains a number of areas of special interest in his current clinical practice. These include work with stepfamilies with emphasis on the relationships between parents and between parents and children.
He has worked extensively with parents and adolescents who are experiencing difficulty and also with adults who struggle with a variety of life challenges. His experience has included work with children and the elderly.
In addition to his clinical practice Dr. Clark has a special interest in corporate psychology. He continues to coach senior managers and executives in developing powerful leadership strategies and human resource management skills. He has been a guest lecturer at Simon Fraser University in the Executive MBA program and is on faculty with the McRae Institute of International Business Management. He has consulted with students and managers in South East Asia and Latin America as well as participating in a wide variety of consulting projects with major corporations in Alberta and British Columbia.
Dr. Clark continues to deepen and evolve his clinical and corporate practice. He is currently exploring how concepts of mindfulness and meditation can be applied in modern psychology.