Tim Riley, PhD


Tim Riley is a licensed psychologist and founding partner of MidWest Behavioral Health. Prior to starting private practice in Lincoln, Dr. Riley was a professor of pediatrics at the Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. At UNMC, he directed the Attention Deficit and Related Disorders Diagnostic Clinic and the Outreach Behavioral Health program as well as serving as team psychologist for the medically handicapped children and genetics clinics. He has also served as a consulting psychologist for the Omaha Home for Boys and taught at UNL, UNO, and Bellevue University.

Clinically, Dr. Riley specializes in psychophysiology which considers not only developmental, psychological, and social factors but also the effects of nervous system irregularity on such issues as anxiety, sleep, mood, and social behavior. He sees patients from age 10 to adult and utilizes both ACT/mindfulness therapy and individualized training in biofeedback, neurofeedback, and other methods to help clients learn improved self-regulation.

Dr. Riley is the author of two books (click on books for more information):

How to Live an Unstuck Life (pub. Aug 2022)                                                                                      First the Broccoli, then the Ice Cream (pub. Jul 2014)

How to Live an Unstuck Life

First the Broccoli, then the Ice Cream

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