PsyD, ABPP (Forensic), CCHP-MH, CCHP-A Vice President

Dr. Robin Timme is recognized as a leader in correctional behavioral health across the country, frequently speaking and teaching at national conferences, and supporting innovative programming. Dr. Timme has practiced in the fields of correctional and forensic psychology throughout his career, shaping policy, supervising behavioral health clinicians, and handling evaluations of high-risk and high-needs inmate-patients.

Dr. Timme is increasingly focused on treatment and management of special populations, including extensive work with transgender and gender non-conforming inmates, and with implementation of programming for individuals with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) in both prison and jail facilities.

Dr. Timme has strong expertise in the areas of psychological evaluation, specialized programming for serious mental illness, management of psychopathy and malingering, policy development and implementation, and trauma-informed environments of care. Dr. Timme also specializes in professional development for clinical and custody staff, and behavioral health design assistance for Justice Architecture.

In addition to a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Timme holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, as well as a Master’s Degree in Education. He is the chair of the Ethics Committee of Delaware Psychological Association and sits on the Education Committee and Mental Health Subcommittee for the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC).  Dr. Timme is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).  He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Forensic Psychologists (AAFP), and a Certified Correctional Health Professional for Mental Health (CCHP-MH).

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