Tim has a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and is a mediator, organizational consultant, and facilitator. For the past 20 years, he has worked as a mediator and facilitator with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice as well as clients in private, non-profit, public service, and Indigenous organizations. In addition to his work as a consultant and facilitator, Tim has hands-on experience acting on board executive committees, and leading small and large non-profit organizations through visioning, strategic planning, and organizational change.

Tim believes that healthy organizations form the bedrock of a healthy and resilient society. A large part of his work is on assessing and developing organizations by intervening in conflicted and toxic workplaces. Tim has developed his reputation by truly understanding people – wherever and whoever they are – and supporting organizations at critical points in their evolution. He facilitates dialogue between people that allows them to shift the ground of their relationships. From cultural change to strategic planning, training, and systems design, Tim helps organizations identify and implement what they need to thrive and cope with change. As a facilitator, he patiently listens to multiple perspectives and helps people build the foundation of stability and health.