Tim Dwyer is a licensed marital and family therapist. He is rejoining the Institute after a brief return to New Orleans. Tim is currently a clinical staff therapist at the Institute in addition to teaching and supervising in the MFT program. He is the past director of the Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy Program at The Family Institute at Northwestern University.
Prior to re-joining The Family Institute, Dr. Dwyer was Associate Professor at Loyola University New Orleans; program director of graduate counseling and clinical director at Our Lady of Holy Cross College, New Orleans; Adjunct Clinical Professor at Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry; and maintained a private practice in New Orleans.
Dr. Dwyer earned his PhD in 1995 from Purdue University in marriage and family therapy in 1995, his master's degree in family studies in 1990 and his bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology in 1982 from Michigan State University. He is a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Tim is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Illinois, Louisiana and Michigan.
Dr. Dwyer treats individuals, couples and families.
Clinical Interests: Couple conflict and intimacy; family life cycle issues; adolescence; divorce adjustment; mid-life and aging; grief; loss; medical family therapy; substance abuse; addiction
Family Institute Locations: Evanston, Northbrook
Call 847-733-4300, ext. 0 to contact this therapist.