Member of the following professional bodies:
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Dr Tim McConville
Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer
Certified Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist
Certificate in Couple Counselling – Relationships Scotland
Diploma in Casework Supervision – Relationships Scotland
Post Graduate Certificates Systemic and Family Practice – FTTN, Glasgow
Doctor of Ministry, Practical Theology (Specialising in Ethics, Spirituality, and Cross-Cultural Ministry) – CTU Chicago
MA, Counselling – Loyola University of Chicago
I have been actively counselling since 2003 and have experience specialising in family counselling, individual and couples’ therapy. I use a wide range of therapeutic approaches including person-centred therapy, psychodynamic therapy, systemic practice and Emotionally Focused Therapy. I counsel people from diverse national, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds. I help them to confront a wide range of difficulties which have caused psychological suffering, such a trauma and domestic abuse.
I am a tutor at Edinburgh University and an accredited trainer in counselling. My experience includes supervising therapists from a wide range of counselling agencies across Scotland. This involves training therapists from a wider range of modalities.
My previous experience includes developing and implementing novel interventions especially in relationship therapy. I am fluent in Central American Spanish, and I have worked with youths caught in the gangs in Central America, concentrating on addressing hypermasculinity and promoting non-violence. This included psychologically based interventions and community-based support to re-integrate youths into the community.
I have worked as a clinical manager on both sides of the Atlantic, leading both small and large clinical and supervisory teams in a professional and ethical manner. I developed best practice approaches in demanding environments.
Couple therapy; individual therapy; family counselling; anxiety; bereavement; depression; low self-confidence; low self-esteem; relationship issues; stress; sork-related stress; spirituality; spiritual abuse, domestic abuse; controlling relationships; separation and divorce.
Family problems; stepfamily, or blended family; transitions; parental alienation; estrangement; shared parenting; fostering and adoption; parenting children, and adolescents.
In the unlikely event that you should be dissatisfied with the service you received; I would urge you to talk it through with me. If you remain dissatisfied, you can access the COSCA complaints procedure here – https://cosca.org.uk/guidance-policies/complaints. Also, the BACP professional conduct procedure can be accessed here – https://www.bacp.co.uk/about-us/protecting-the-public/professional-conduct/how-to-complain-about-a-bacp-member