Timothy Piehler, PhD, LP
Assistant Professor, Family Social Science, College of Education and Human Development,
Assistant Professor, Family Social Science, College of Education and Human Development
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry
PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (2008)
MS, Psychology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (2004)
AB, Psychology, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME (2001)
Dr. Piehler’s research interests include both the etiology and prevention of behavior problems and substance use in children and adolescents. He is particularly interested in understanding the role of peer influences in the development of conduct problems and substance use as well as iatrogenic effects in group interventions for youth with behavior problems. Additional interests include the role of executive functioning in moderating response to preventive interventions and advanced quantitative methods.
Dr. Piehler teaches and supervises psychotherapy and psychological assessments for clinical psychology interns and psychiatry residents within the Psychiatry Clinic. He is a member of the training faculty of the University of Minnesota Medical School APA-accredited Psychology Internship.
Dr. Piehler is a Licensed Psychologist in Minnesota and director of the Attention and Behavior Problems Clinic in the Department of Psychiatry. He provides psychological assessments as well as family-focused psychotherapy. He also supervises clinical psychology interns working within the Attention and Behavior Problems Clinic.