Timothy Wolff, M.D.
Dr. Wolff obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology at Brown University in 1979. He went on to obtain his medical degree at U.T. Southwestern in 1983. Dr. Wolff did his internship and residency training at Baylor College of Medicine, completing it in 1987. Dr. Wolff joined the U.T. Southwestern Faculty in 1987. Dr. Wolff?s clinical expertise is in the area(s) of adult outpatient psychiatry, suicide, and student mental health. Currently, Dr. Wolff serves as the assistant medical director at the Parkland Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic and is a professor of psychiatry. In addition, he is a staff psychiatrist at U.T. Southwestern Medical Center Student Health Services. Dr. Wolff is a lecturer and supervisor of psychiatry residents. He is an associate residency training director for the psychiatry department. Dr. Wolff?s research participation has been in the area(s) of novel antipsychotics, suicide, and electroconvulsive therapy. Dr. Wolff has been honored by receiving the following awards: American Psychiatric Association Distinguished Fellow and Exemplary Psychiatrist Award from the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. In addition, Dr. Wolff is a member of the North Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians (past president)and the Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians. Dr. Wolff is a past president of the U.T. Southwestern Medical School Faculty Senate.
|Medical School||UT Southwestern Medical Center (1983)|
|Internship||Baylor College of Medicine (1984), Psychiatry|
|Residency||Baylor College of Medicine (1987), Psychiatry|
Using Roleplaying to Teach the Psychiatric Interview
Wolff, T.K.; Miller, D.A. Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry 1993 46(2) 43-51
Supervision: the residents' perspective
Pate, Wolff Academic Psychiatry Fall 1990 14(3) 122-128
Structured diagnostic assessment and depot fluphenazine treatment of multiple suicide attempters in the emergency department
Battaglia, Wolff, Wagner-Johnson, Rush, Carmody, Ramirez-Bosco International Clinical Psychopharmacology 1999 vol 14 no 6 361-372