Faculty Profile: Tim Weber

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Tim Weber

Dr. Weber has been faculty and the SC specialization lead at Leadership Institute of Seattle for over 17 years. He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Bellevue, Washington. Dr. Weber specializes in couple and family therapy, working with children, adolescents, and adults. His primary writing and clinical focus is family of origin therapy. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Weber trains and supervises mental health providers and offers leadership training and consultation to executives and businesses.
Dr. Weber completed a postdoctoral residency in family therapy at the Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center in New York, and was awarded the Wilson Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Family Therapy with Dr. Lyman Wynne at the University of Rochester Medical School in New York. He served as faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and was the Coordinator of Family Therapy Training. He has practiced as a Clinical Psychologist in New York, Colorado, and Washington. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and is an Approved Supervisor with The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
With Dr. Lyman Wynne and Dr. Susan McDaniel, Dr. Weber co-authored the book Systems Consultation: A New Perspective for Family Therapy (Guilford, 1986). With Dr. James Framo and Dr. Felise Levine, he most recently co-authored the book Coming Home Again: A Family of Origin Consultation (Brunner-Routledge, 2003). Dr. Weber has also authored book chapters used in the training of therapists, including "Engaging the Family: An Integrative Approach" in the book Integrating Family Therapy (American Psychological Association, 1995) and "Widening the Lens: Engaging a Family in Transition" in the book Case Studies in Integrating Family Therapy (American Psychological Association, 2001).
Dr. Weber has also authored and co-authored numerous articles in journals such as Family Process, Family Systems Medicine, Psychotherapy, The Gerontologist, Journal of Pastoral Care, Journal of Psychology and Theology, Currents in Theology and Mission, the Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling, and the Lutheran Standard. Current research and writing projects are focused on family of origin consultation and therapy, couples' therapy, a systemic understanding of "relational integrity," chronic disease, genetics, and systemic implications, and on dealing with difficult differences. Dr. Weber is also focusing on themes related to the integration of "spirit" in everyday life.

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