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Vita
Curriculim Vita

Professional Address:Fallbrook Behavioral Health
  755 Fallbrook Blvd Suite 100
  Lincoln, NE 68521-4643
  402-875-0632
  FallbrookBehavioral.com

EDUCATION
Ph.D.  2008    Counseling Psychology
(APA accredited)
University of Florida

M.S.   2004    Psychology
University of Florida

B.A.   2002     Psychology
University of St. Thomas
(Summa Cum Laude)


LICENSURE
Licensed Psychologist – Nebraska License #747
Effective May 18, 2010 – Renewal date January 1, 2013

SUMMARY
Dr. Tiegs received his PhD in Counseling Psychology from the Unviversity of Florida where he received training as a Scientist-Practictioner. This focus means that Dr. Tiegs uses empircally-based treatments to inform his counseling and that he uses his counseling experiences to inform the research he does. Further, the program at the University of Florida values and teaches an integrative approach with a strong emphasis on Multicultural competence. This means that Dr. Tiegs has broad training in many areas and is especially aware of and sensitive to the many ways that clients differ and the impact that sex, race, social economic status, religion and sexual orientation have on clients and on the counseling process.

PUBLICATIONS
Perrin, P. B., Heesacker, M., Tiegs, T. J., Lawrence, Jr., A. W., Smith, M. B., Cawood, R. L., Mejia-Millan, C. M., & Swan, L. K. (2010). Aligning Mars and Venus: The social construction and instability of gender differences in romantic relationships. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research.

Rowe, M., McCrae, C., Campbell, J., Horne, C., Tiegs, T. J., Lehman, B., & Cheng, J. (2008). Actigraphy in older adults: Comparison of means and variability of three different aggregates of measurement. Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

Tiegs, T. J., Perrin, P. B., Kaly, P. W., & Heesacker, M. (2007). My place or yours?: An inductive approach to sexuality and gender role conformity. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 56(7-8), 449-456.

Tiegs, T. J., Heesacker, M., Ketterson, T. U., Pekich, D. G., Rittman, M. R., Rosenbek, J. C., Stidham, B. S., & Gonzalez-Rothi, L. (2006). Coping by Stroke Caregivers: Sex Similarities and Differences. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 13, 52-62.

SELECT PEER REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
Tiegs, T. J., Heesacker, M., Lawrence, Jr., A. W., Smith, M. B., Cawood, R. L., & Mejia-Millan, C. M. (2004, March). An analysis of sex differences in romantic dating relationships. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

Heesacker, M., Tiegs, T. J., Ketterson, T. U., Stidham, B. S., & Rittman, M. R. (2005, May). Sex differences in stroke patient caregivers. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological American Psychological Society, Los Angeles.

Tiegs, T. J., & Heesacker, M. (2005, August). But I’m different: Testing the accuracy of sex stereotypes. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Tiegs, T. J., Heesacker, M., Stidham, B., Chumbler, N., Edmonds, L., Holland, A., Ketterson, T., Musson, N., Rittman, M., & Gonzalez-Rothi, L.. (2006, August). Validating the Sense of Coherence scale in stroke caregivers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans.

Tiegs, T. J., Heesacker, M., & Mejia-Millan, C. M., & Todd, B. L. (2006, May). Feeling loved, receiving desired loving behaviors, and relationship satisfaction in collegians. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Heesacker, M. , Tiegs, T. J., LaBarge, D. C., Millan, C. M., Lawrence,
Jr., A. W., Smith, M. B., & Cawood, R. L. (2006, August). Desired and received loving behaviors by men and women in romantic relationships. In D. Shepard (Chair), Men in love. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans.

Tiegs, T. J. (2009, May). Investigating the switch from long-term therapy to time-limited therapy. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.