Evans Timothy D Ph.D.

★★★★★
  • 2111 W Swann Ave Ste 104

    Tampa, FL 33606

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  • 813-251-8484

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Horrible experience Very unprofessional\r
I think Dr. Evans set our marriage counseling back by several months. We went to him in good faith and it costs us thousands of dollars in several months before we realized we were taken advantage

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Horrible experience Very unprofessional\r
I think Dr. Evans set our marriage counseling back by several months. We went to him in good faith and it costs us thousands of dollars in several months before we realized we were taken advantage

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Remember That No One Ever Kicks a Dead Dog\r
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When you are kicked and criticized, remember that it is often done because it gives the kicker a feeling of importance. It can often mean that you are accomplishing something and are worthy

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Remember That No One Ever Kicks a Dead Dog\r
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When you are kicked and criticized, remember that it is often done because it gives the kicker a feeling of importance. It can often mean that you are accomplishing something and are worthy

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My wife and I have been seeing Dr. Evans for about 4 months now and he is great. To see some of the posts below is sad considering how much I have learned from him and how much he has helped my marriage. Yes he has a different

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My wife and I have been seeing Dr. Evans for about 4 months now and he is great. To see some of the posts below is sad considering how much I have learned from him and how much he has helped my marriage. Yes he has a different

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I have had the honor of being supervised by Dr. Evans. He has taught me and many other supervisees more than could ever be expected.He is the guy to see for someone who is actually ready to control of their own life. I have seen his passion for his work and his courage to say the hard thing to clients change people's lives. I can only hope to aspire to that one day.

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I have had the honor of being supervised by Dr. Evans. He has taught me and many other supervisees more than could ever be expected.He is the guy to see for someone who is actually ready to control of their own life. I have seen his passion for his work and his courage to say the hard thing to clients change people's lives. I can only hope to aspire to that one day.

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Dr. Evans has been my mentor as a developing therapist for some time now. I have learned more from him than any schooling that I have had. Not only has he changed the way I see things, I have witnessed him help people completely change

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Dr. Evans has been my mentor as a developing therapist for some time now. I have learned more from him than any schooling that I have had. Not only has he changed the way I see things, I have witnessed him help people completely change

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Very unprofessional, rude with clients and people he works with. Not able to make correct diagnosis. Not able to perform therapy and appears not to know how to perform therapy. Not able to draw correct conclusions. Lying to your spouse about what the other said about them. Just lying in general. He is a divorced marriage counseling who himself cheated on this wife we found out- explains a lot about his own sense of self. He appears unhappy himself. Just tells you that you are helpless and not ever going to improve your life so why even try. Very incompetent therapist- the worst therapist you will ever have!

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Very unprofessional, rude with clients and people he works with. Not able to make correct diagnosis. Not able to perform therapy and appears not to know how to perform therapy. Not able to draw correct conclusions. Lying to your spouse about what the other said about them. Just lying in general. He is a divorced marriage counseling who himself cheated on this wife we found out- explains a lot about his own sense of self. He appears unhappy himself. Just tells you that you are helpless and not ever going to improve your life so why even try. Very incompetent therapist- the worst therapist you will ever have!

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Very unprofessional, rude with clients and people he works with. Not able to make correct diagnosis. Not able to perform therapy and appears not to know how to perform therapy. Not able to draw correct conclusions. Lying to your spouse

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Very unprofessional, rude with clients and people he works with. Not able to make correct diagnosis. Not able to perform therapy and appears not to know how to perform therapy. Not able to draw correct conclusions. Lying to your spouse

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I approached therapy with an open mind and learned that it is most difficult to look at yourself versus point fingers at your significant other or family. Dr Evans' approach is direct and to the point. This approach does not work for

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I approached therapy with an open mind and learned that it is most difficult to look at yourself versus point fingers at your significant other or family. Dr Evans' approach is direct and to the point. This approach does not work for

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Evans was mean and aggressive to me. I felt extremely uncomfortable after already feeling uncomfortable about taking the step to try talking to someone. He even sat in a strange position at one point with his leg up over the arm of one of

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Evans was mean and aggressive to me. I felt extremely uncomfortable after already feeling uncomfortable about taking the step to try talking to someone. He even sat in a strange position at one point with his leg up over the arm of one of

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I have trusted two men in my life. my grandfather and Dr. Evans. He has gone above and beyond what is expected of a therapist and a friend. He has changed my life is such a short period of time. He is talented,funny, smart and is not

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I have trusted two men in my life. my grandfather and Dr. Evans. He has gone above and beyond what is expected of a therapist and a friend. He has changed my life is such a short period of time. He is talented,funny, smart and is not

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I saw Tim Evans for two years to help me deal with an unusual amount of stress in my life. I finished the therapy with a much better understanding of myself, of why I react to difficult situations with stress. While the appointment did

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I saw Tim Evans for two years to help me deal with an unusual amount of stress in my life. I finished the therapy with a much better understanding of myself, of why I react to difficult situations with stress. While the appointment did

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l went to see doctor Evans for the first time and I had a lot going on in my life. I was greeted politely at the front desk by his "teenage" wife with her gigantic breasts and blown up lips. She had on skin tight jeans and a very

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l went to see doctor Evans for the first time and I had a lot going on in my life. I was greeted politely at the front desk by his "teenage" wife with her gigantic breasts and blown up lips. She had on skin tight jeans and a very

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Excellent! Nothing but positive change in my life. I am fortunate to have found him. Being open to change requires looking at yourself and sometimes hearing what you don't want to hear. Tim Evans is the best guide back to living a

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Excellent! Nothing but positive change in my life. I am fortunate to have found him. Being open to change requires looking at yourself and sometimes hearing what you don't want to hear. Tim Evans is the best guide back to living a

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Dr. Tim Evans and his wife, Geri Carter are amazing therapists.

My husband says they are angels because they turned our marriage around in under 1 month. We went from the brink of getting divorced, to feeling like we're on a honeymoon

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Dr. Tim Evans and his wife, Geri Carter are amazing therapists.

My husband says they are angels because they turned our marriage around in under 1 month. We went from the brink of getting divorced, to feeling like we're on a honeymoon

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I have been seeing Dr. Evans for about a year now and my life has had an amazing transformation. I can understand that his approach may not be typical, however it does work.

If you decide to stick with it your life will look much

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I have been seeing Dr. Evans for about a year now and my life has had an amazing transformation. I can understand that his approach may not be typical, however it does work.

If you decide to stick with it your life will look much

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I have seen Dr. Evans for over a year, both individually and as a couple for marriage counseling. Dr. Evans has changed my life, and helped me become a stronger, healthier, and happier person. He believed in me when I didn't even believe

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I have seen Dr. Evans for over a year, both individually and as a couple for marriage counseling. Dr. Evans has changed my life, and helped me become a stronger, healthier, and happier person. He believed in me when I didn't even believe

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I was very reluctant to see a therapist at first, because I have never done anything like this before. When I first came in to see Dr. Evans I was a bit taken aback, because he seemed to be a little rough around the edges. However, after

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I was very reluctant to see a therapist at first, because I have never done anything like this before. When I first came in to see Dr. Evans I was a bit taken aback, because he seemed to be a little rough around the edges. However, after

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Felt as if Dr Evans was able to cut through alot of layers and give me direct and helpful feedback. If you want to cut to the chase and make some positive changes in your relationships and life, he is the person to see. If you want someone

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Felt as if Dr Evans was able to cut through alot of layers and give me direct and helpful feedback. If you want to cut to the chase and make some positive changes in your relationships and life, he is the person to see. If you want someone

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My 2 years of counseling under Dr Evans resulted in me becoming a much better, connected parent, and helped me improve the quality of all my relationships. I truly never knew life can be as peaceful as mine is now. He helped me become

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My 2 years of counseling under Dr Evans resulted in me becoming a much better, connected parent, and helped me improve the quality of all my relationships. I truly never knew life can be as peaceful as mine is now. He helped me become

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Tim Evans needs to retire. He's a biased, bitter, condescending old man. He's "invested" in being right. He was quick to point out what is wrong but lacks the ability to educate you on how to correct anything. I sat on his sofa begging him

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Tim Evans needs to retire. He's a biased, bitter, condescending old man. He's "invested" in being right. He was quick to point out what is wrong but lacks the ability to educate you on how to correct anything. I sat on his sofa begging him

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Dr. Evans is a great asset to the Tampa area. We are fortunate to have someone who is dedicated to his field and attempts to better the community through his service. As a person who has been going to him for about a year I can tell you

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Dr. Evans is a great asset to the Tampa area. We are fortunate to have someone who is dedicated to his field and attempts to better the community through his service. As a person who has been going to him for about a year I can tell you

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Dr. Evans is not in business to help you wallow in self pity. He's pointing out what's causing it and educating you on WHY you've chosen the symptoms you have to cope. Whether they are good or bad wrong or right, You've chosen them and

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Dr. Evans is not in business to help you wallow in self pity. He's pointing out what's causing it and educating you on WHY you've chosen the symptoms you have to cope. Whether they are good or bad wrong or right, You've chosen them and

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My wife and I visited Carter & Evans in May of 2010. We feel like we have a strong relationship, but simply wanted to improve our communication skills. Our family was expecting a new addition (my wife was pregnant at the time), and we felt it was important to create the best/most healthy environment possible for our child.

Visiting Dr. Evans was a terrible mistake. First off, Mr. Carter is a divorced marriage counselor. If you don??t believe me check the Hillsborough Clerk of the Circuit Court website (his divorce is a matter of public record).

Second, when we told Dr. Evans we were interviewing multiple marriage counselors to determine which was best for us he immediately grew hostile and seemed offended. He wanted us to embrace him and his advice carte blanche even though we were simply in the interview process.

Third, Dr. Evans is extremely immature. We ended up choosing an excellent marriage counselor that was more qualified and experienced. When we politely informed Dr. Evans of our choice he said that ??he didn??t think anyone could help us anyway? and that ??he didn??t think we??d make it?.

I am pleased to say that I have been currently happily married for five years (twice as long as Dr.Evans), and that we have a beautiful, happy newborn son. I would not recommend this ??Dr.? to my worst enemy.

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My wife and I visited Carter & Evans in May of 2010. We feel like we have a strong relationship, but simply wanted to improve our communication skills. Our family was expecting a new addition (my wife was pregnant at the time), and we felt it was important to create the best/most healthy environment possible for our child.

Visiting Dr. Evans was a terrible mistake. First off, Mr. Carter is a divorced marriage counselor. If you don??t believe me check the Hillsborough Clerk of the Circuit Court website (his divorce is a matter of public record).

Second, when we told Dr. Evans we were interviewing multiple marriage counselors to determine which was best for us he immediately grew hostile and seemed offended. He wanted us to embrace him and his advice carte blanche even though we were simply in the interview process.

Third, Dr. Evans is extremely immature. We ended up choosing an excellent marriage counselor that was more qualified and experienced. When we politely informed Dr. Evans of our choice he said that ??he didn??t think anyone could help us anyway? and that ??he didn??t think we??d make it?.

I am pleased to say that I have been currently happily married for five years (twice as long as Dr.Evans), and that we have a beautiful, happy newborn son. I would not recommend this ??Dr.? to my worst enemy.

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I never even made it as far as an actual appointment. I emailed him to inquire-
please see the email transactions below: (read from bottom to top)

----- Forwarded Message ----
From: Timothy Evans
To: KLC
Sent: Tue, May 18, 2010 9:23:21 AM
Subject: Re: Pre-Marital/relationship counseling

K,

You have great insights into human behavior and do a find job of giving unsolicited feedback.

I think you are on the right track pursuing per-marital if not psychotherapy which sounds like its needed.

Best Wishes

Dr. Evans

On May 17, 2010, at 6:23 PM, KLC wrote:

Mr Evans-

I appreciate your prompt response to my inquiries.
I do however, feel it necessary to share with you a bit of feedback.
Please know, I do understand that since you cannot hear tone of voice through email transactions, some exchanges can be taken out of context. I do hope that this is the case here.
That being said, I was slightly taken aback by your reply. I do not feel that my "commitment" should be in question here. Suggesting that I see someone who does not have as strong a practice makes you come across as arrogant and cold - both of which are traits that I would prefer to stay away from while putting my heart on the line in therapy sessions.
Again, I thank you for your time. I hope you do not take this as a personal affront, just something to ponder the next time you write an email.

Regards,

K

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From: Timothy Evans
To: KLC>
Sent: Thu, May 13, 2010 9:57:56 AM
Subject: Re: Pre-Marital/relationship counseling

K,

We keep regular office hours---which I know required a commitment from the clients we see to come in and work on their relationships. You could probably find someone who does this part time or does not have a strong practice and would be willing to see you in the evening hours. We also have an intern and I have several qualified people who work in our office that could see you on a weekend or evening hours. I would be glad to arrange for you to see them---I am not sure if they take UHC but you could work something out with them. If you want to see me you would have to come during business hours ----and I understand that would take a commitment of your time etc. Doing this in the evening hours means that people are usually tired etc.

Tim
On May 12, 2010, at 5:55 PM, KLCwrote:

Great-
do you have any evening availability? Monday and Thursday nights after 6pm are best for my work schedule.

thank you,

K

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From: Timothy Evans
To: KLC>
Sent: Wed, May 12, 2010 1:57:40 PM
Subject: Re: Pre-Marital/relationship counseling

K,

Yes we take United Health Care. If you like an appointment with me you can email or phone the office. Thursday morning Denise is here to take appointments. If you email, give me several different times and day options. I will be in next week through Wednesday.

Tim Evans
On May 12, 2010, at 8:56 AM, KLC wrote:

> Hi Tim-
>
> I did some google searching this morning and came across your website.
> My fiance and I are planning a wedding for May of next year.
> We've recently agreed on pre-marital counseling,
> We've been together for 3 years but have had several ons and offs. The proposal came over Thanksgiving, and things have definitely changed. . . he recently moved in with me and we are sharing a small space, etc. I would love to scheduled an appointment with you. Think he would be more comfortable with a male therapist.
> What are the costs of these sessions? Do you take insurance? I have united health care . .
>
> Please feel free to contact me via email or phone ***.***.****
>
> Thank you very much,

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I never even made it as far as an actual appointment. I emailed him to inquire-
please see the email transactions below: (read from bottom to top)

----- Forwarded Message ----
From: Timothy Evans
To: KLC
Sent: Tue, May 18, 2010 9:23:21 AM
Subject: Re: Pre-Marital/relationship counseling

K,

You have great insights into human behavior and do a find job of giving unsolicited feedback.

I think you are on the right track pursuing per-marital if not psychotherapy which sounds like its needed.

Best Wishes

Dr. Evans

On May 17, 2010, at 6:23 PM, KLC wrote:

Mr Evans-

I appreciate your prompt response to my inquiries.
I do however, feel it necessary to share with you a bit of feedback.
Please know, I do understand that since you cannot hear tone of voice through email transactions, some exchanges can be taken out of context. I do hope that this is the case here.
That being said, I was slightly taken aback by your reply. I do not feel that my "commitment" should be in question here. Suggesting that I see someone who does not have as strong a practice makes you come across as arrogant and cold - both of which are traits that I would prefer to stay away from while putting my heart on the line in therapy sessions.
Again, I thank you for your time. I hope you do not take this as a personal affront, just something to ponder the next time you write an email.

Regards,

K

________________________________________
From: Timothy Evans
To: KLC>
Sent: Thu, May 13, 2010 9:57:56 AM
Subject: Re: Pre-Marital/relationship counseling

K,

We keep regular office hours---which I know required a commitment from the clients we see to come in and work on their relationships. You could probably find someone who does this part time or does not have a strong practice and would be willing to see you in the evening hours. We also have an intern and I have several qualified people who work in our office that could see you on a weekend or evening hours. I would be glad to arrange for you to see them---I am not sure if they take UHC but you could work something out with them. If you want to see me you would have to come during business hours ----and I understand that would take a commitment of your time etc. Doing this in the evening hours means that people are usually tired etc.

Tim
On May 12, 2010, at 5:55 PM, KLCwrote:

Great-
do you have any evening availability? Monday and Thursday nights after 6pm are best for my work schedule.

thank you,

K

________________________________________
From: Timothy Evans
To: KLC>
Sent: Wed, May 12, 2010 1:57:40 PM
Subject: Re: Pre-Marital/relationship counseling

K,

Yes we take United Health Care. If you like an appointment with me you can email or phone the office. Thursday morning Denise is here to take appointments. If you email, give me several different times and day options. I will be in next week through Wednesday.

Tim Evans
On May 12, 2010, at 8:56 AM, KLC wrote:

> Hi Tim-
>
> I did some google searching this morning and came across your website.
> My fiance and I are planning a wedding for May of next year.
> We've recently agreed on pre-marital counseling,
> We've been together for 3 years but have had several ons and offs. The proposal came over Thanksgiving, and things have definitely changed. . . he recently moved in with me and we are sharing a small space, etc. I would love to scheduled an appointment with you. Think he would be more comfortable with a male therapist.
> What are the costs of these sessions? Do you take insurance? I have united health care . .
>
> Please feel free to contact me via email or phone ***.***.****
>
> Thank you very much,

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I saw Timothy Evans a few times in 2008 and he was so bad I cancelled any future appointments with him. During our sessions he criticized me, made me feel bad, and talked about inappropriate things. I didn't take much from the sessions, apparently he "already knew" what was wrong with me but didn't really listen to understand what i was saying and why i was upset and where i was coming from. I got the impression that he felt he was above people that went there and actually needed help. I didn't get the feeling like I was seeing a therapst to help me evolve and move on from some of my issues to do better. He was also late to a few sessions and then would cut the time short. So for example, the session was supposed to be an hour but since he was late it would only be 45mins and he would still bill me for the whole hour. I really don't recommend Timothy Evans as a therapst. I hope this review was helpful.

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I saw Timothy Evans a few times in 2008 and he was so bad I cancelled any future appointments with him. During our sessions he criticized me, made me feel bad, and talked about inappropriate things. I didn't take much from the sessions, apparently he "already knew" what was wrong with me but didn't really listen to understand what i was saying and why i was upset and where i was coming from. I got the impression that he felt he was above people that went there and actually needed help. I didn't get the feeling like I was seeing a therapst to help me evolve and move on from some of my issues to do better. He was also late to a few sessions and then would cut the time short. So for example, the session was supposed to be an hour but since he was late it would only be 45mins and he would still bill me for the whole hour. I really don't recommend Timothy Evans as a therapst. I hope this review was helpful.

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