Tim Mullins
Clinical Supervisor

Tim joined the Red Mountain team with a background in wilderness therapy, first working as a field instructor before becoming a wilderness therapist. Having worked in residential and experiential adventure programs, Tim has a broad experience with dual-diagnosis treatment in a variety of modalities, and is uniquely equipped to help students transition from primary treatment to Red Mountain. Many young adults struggle with identity: self-concept, self-expression, and individuation. These existential crises are a particular interest for Tim, who came to psychology by way of philosophy. Using an Integral Psychology approach, Tim incorporates various modalities in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, attachment issues, personality disorders, and dual diagnoses. Tim also regularly works with trauma using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and substance use with Motivational Interviewing, 12-step, and mindfulness-based recovery methods. Prior to beginning his current doctoral studies in psychology, Tim received a BS magna cum laude from Strayer University and an MA in counseling psychology from Prescott College. In 2005, he completed yoga teacher training in Montana, which uniquely positions him to aid students within our mindfulness-based framework. The integration of science and spirituality is the focus of his counseling philosophy and the basis of his current doctoral work at Cal Southern University.

Tim also has over twenty years of sobriety in personal recovery.  For health and fitness, he enjoys yoga, mountain biking, backpacking, skiing, and exploring wild places. For other fun Tim plays chess, studies topography, dances Argentine tango and reads incessantly.