Tim Ward, M.A., LPCC
I believe the relationship between client and therapist is extremely important. It is my hope that as your therapist I can come alongside you and meet you where you are at. This can only happen when there is trust, and sometimes it can take time to trust. I hope by communicating clearly, being patient, and learning about you we can foster a genuine relationship.
Many times I encounter people that don’t know what to do or where to go when they are in the depths of their struggles. It is my desire to find a balanced approach between thoughts and emotions, utilizing all aspects of your being to help you begin to experience healing, gain insight, and reach your goals.
What to Expect in Therapy
When meeting with me you can expect my full attention. I value your time and the courage it takes to reach out and troubleshoot your struggles with another person. There is no issue that is too big or too small, and I will not be judging you but treating your openness and vulnerability with the utmost care. I also want you to expect the unexpected. In our meetings together I will move at a pace that works for you and I will also encourage you to try doing some things differently so that we can explore and find the best solution(s) for you. Reaching your goals and getting to a point where you feel equipped to move forward on your own is a great feeling! I want this to happen for you! I will continue to support you thereafter, whether it be a check up, a phone call, or prayer, I will remain a part of your support team.
I earned my Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary in 2019. I earned my undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Colorado State University in 2013.
I began my career in the banking industry and was able to gain extensive professional experience in a management role. My favorite part while being in that industry was working with people. Hearing their stories and understanding who they really were outside of the professional working environment made me realize that I care about people and would much rather connect with people on a genuine level, not simply interactions focused around finance. So, long story short, I made a change and began a graduate degree in mental health counseling at Denver Seminary. I have learned so much and have enjoyed focusing on work that involves others. I am grateful to be at Cornerstone Christian Counseling and I am excited to meet with you.
My wife and I married in 2016 and we love going on adventures together. We love to mountain bike and play outside as much as possible in the summer and ski/snowboard in the winter. We enjoy spontaneous dates and good food all year around.
I really enjoy watching and playing sports. I will literally play anything because all sports are great but especially love basketball and spikeball. As a Colorado native I root for all the home teams.
I have no artistic capacity but really appreciate those who do. I love the performing arts and will check out a show whenever I can.