About Dr. Timothy Weil

Dr. Timothy Weil BCBA-D has been involved in the practice of behavior analysis since 1993 when working in the area of traumatic brain injury rehabilitation while completing his undergraduate degree from Florida State. Upon graduation he invested his time and training in learning how to help children who presented with varying behavioral issues and academic difficulties. Dr. Weil attended graduate school at the University of Nevada, Reno.  While at UNR, Dr. Weil focused his training on all things pediatric and acquired expertise in working with children of varying diagnoses, as well as pediatric presenting problems and academic learning difficulties.  Upon graduating with his Ph.D. in behavioral psychology, Dr. Weil taught in graduate Behavior Analysis programs at both the Florida State University and University of South Florida. Additionally, he ran the early childhood autism program at FSU and served as program coordinator for both graduate programs.  Dr. Weil has presented hundreds of presentations at state, national, and international conferences.  He has been an invited speaker on various topics and conducts workshops on languaging via derived stimulus relations and acceptance and commitment training.  Dr. Weil has published book chapters and research articles in a variety of journals.  He currently serves as Associate Editor of the Journal of Contextual Behavior Science. 

Maintaining healthy relationships is vital to-, and an often neglected part of-working with families.  


Our Behavior Analysts are teachers at heart; learning is made less effortful and more fun with a focus on unique individual differences.

Key Offerings:

​-Expert in diverse areas of pediatric behavioral issues.

-Personally designed parent training and coaching.

-Positive behavior change for pediatric behavioral and academic issues.


Valued living can provide a way forward in our lives that was impossible before...the focus is on relationships, the effects are positive 

At Tandem Behavioral we follow a scientist-practitioner perspective when working with individuals in identifying naturally occurring barriers that get in the way of developing, healing, and growing behaviorally.  It is our view that things in our environment, barriers included, are both accessible and alterable that will bring about the positive change desired.  Because the focus is on the environment, the solutions produced are ecological in nature; this is an organic approach meaning that treatment involves changing the way we behave with respect to the setting around us.  In doing so, our behavior comes more in tune with the goings on around us; in turn, these behavior-environment changes will enhance contact with valued (and valuable) action, growth and development, and importantly, access to desirable reinforcers.    

Behavioral Health

We have a simple, yet robust mission:

 To have a positive impact on human suffering through a focus on valued living.