Tim Jenkins holds two Master’s Degrees, one in psychology from Antioch University in their Child, Couple and Family program and another in English from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and teaches in the graduate psychology program at Antioch University, including classes on couple therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, systems theory, and developmental psychology from both an individual and systemic perspective. He is an associate member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and has membership in King County Collaborative Law, the International Association of Collaborative Professionals, and Washington Bar Association. He currently serves as the co-chair of a practice pod in King County Collaborative Law and is a 2010 – 2011 co-chair for the Family Law Practice Group.
Prior to his current career he taught academic English and film classes, and ran two small businesses. He brings, as a result, a variety of business and management skills, including planning, organization, accounting, marketing, and evaluation. He has chaired the board of non-profits and thus has honed his talents for teamwork and consensus building as well as his abilities in overseeing a staff of employees.
His therapeutic experience covers a range from severe mental illness to life coaching, family therapy to working with the terminally ill as individuals and in groups. In addition he has worked extensively with meditation and stress reduction techniques, breath work, dream work, and other transpersonal modalities. At The Evergreen Clinic he works with individual counseling, depression and anxiety, with an emphasis on couples work – premarital, marital, divorce and remarriage.