Timothy DiGiacomo, Psy.D.
Dr. Timothy DiGiacomo, Mountain Valley’s Clinical Director, is a licensed clinical psychologist with comprehensive experience treating children, adolescents and adults with individual, group and family therapy, including utilizing CBT-based modalities for anxiety, depression and trauma. Tim has treated individuals with anxiety, depressed mood, motivational difficulties, stress-related problems, learning difficulties, and trauma. Tim is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, and other evidence-based treatments. He has a particular interest in family therapy. Tim enjoys meeting clients where they are at and helping them to learn the tools that they need to resolve their difficulties. Tim takes a strengths-based and supportive approach to empower families to make positive changes that work for their family’s needs.
Dr. DiGiacomo provides clinical and administrative supervision, training, and leadership to the clinical team at Mountain Valley. Dr. DiGiacomo is also engaged in clinical program development and seeks to ensure the highest levels of care for residents of Mountain Valley.
During his time at West Central Behavioral Health in Lebanon, NH, Dr. DiGiacomo worked as a clinician, psychological assessment coordinator, Team Leader, and Acting Director of the Child Team. He served as a Clinical/Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry for the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College, providing therapy and assessment supervision, and teaching seminars for psychology interns and post-doctoral fellows. He has taught courses on co-parenting and alternative dispute resolution for the State of New Hampshire for families going through divorce. He has also served as adjunct faculty for New England College and Franklin Pierce University, teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He served as a psychologist and consultant for the Plainfield, NH and Lebanon, NH school districts. Tim has worked in research at Yale University, in clinical roles at VA Medical Centers, and in various mental health facilities.
Dr. DiGiacomo graduated from the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology and completed his internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Dartmouth Medical School. He earned his Master of Arts in Community and Clinical Psychology at Norfolk State University. He completed his B.A. in psychology at Fairfield University.
Tim enjoys spending time with his wife and family, going on hikes, and playing guitar.
Dr. DiGiacomo can be reached at email@example.com