Tim Black

Tim Black
Associate Professor and Graduate Advisor
Office: MacLaurin A453

BA (Western Ont), MA, PhD (Brit Col), RPsych

Area of expertise

Counselling Psychology

  • Integral Psychology
  • Military and civilian trauma
  • Post traumatic stress disorder
  • Group counselling
  • Counsellor training/education
  • Action-based adult learning
  • Therapeutic Enactment
  • Clinical supervision
  • Career transition

Dr. Black's research focuses mainly on group therapy approaches as well as psychological trauma and its effects on civilian and military populations, specifically the transition of former members of the Canadian Forces to civilian life. He is also pursuing research into Integral Psychotherapy based on Ken Wilber's Integral Metahtheory, which includes Integral Methodological Pluralism (IMP) as the next step in comprehensive research strategies.

Read more:

Q&A: Trauma Resiliency Program to change culture around PTSD

UVic psychologist helps veterans and families manage PTSD