Dr. Tim Corson
PSY.D Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles, CA
BA Psychology and Social Welfare University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI
Dr. Corson's services are grounded in an unshakeable philosophy that we are strongest together.
As an engaged parent and community member, Dr. Corson offers supportive coaching, in conjunction with any ancillary providers. This allows a comprehensive, wrap around, team-based approach.
Dr. Corson looks forward to being engaged with you, as enduring and interconnected families, parents, couples, children and adults seeking nurturing support.
Education and Work Experience
September 1989 - June 1996
California School of Professional Psychology – Los Angeles, CA
University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI
I received my doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology in 1996. I transferred directly into this Psy.D. program following the completion of my BA in the dual degrees of Psychology and Social Welfare from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1992. During the course of my doctoral program at CSPP, I had three full years of practicum and internship experiences working with adults and adolescents in clinics, hospitals and shelters.
July 1996 - June 1997
Reiss-Davis Child Study Center – W. Los Angeles, CA
Upon receiving my doctoral degree, I began my first intensive post-doctoral fellowship year. I received extensive experience with assessing and treating children, parents and families. Reiss-Davis offered a full course load of advanced classroom education and in-depth supervision.
September 1997 - August 1998
Judge Baker Child Study Center – Boston, MA
Following the completion of Reiss-Davis, I embarked on a second post-doctoral fellowship. Judge Baker is affiliated with Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. I worked with children and adolescents in collaboration with teachers in the integrated Manville therapeutic day school. This was an invaluable early experience of the necessity of working as a team with all those that work with a child in the course of their day to day life.
August 1998 - Current
Once finished with my pre and post doctoral training years, I became licensed in MA and NH while working at various outpatient clinics, group practice and solo private practice. After a number of years in New England, I decided to move to Montana in 2003. Over the years as a licensed Psychologist in Montana, I have worked in two therapeutic boarding schools with hundreds of kids and families, initiated a private practice and started a family of my own with two beautiful children.