Ph.D. Duquesne University (Counselor Education & Supervision). DISSERTATION TITLE: The Self-Reported Multicultural Sports Counseling Competencies Among Professional School Counselors and Play It Smart Academic Coaches.
D.Min. United Theological Seminary (Prophetic Congregational Development Using 21st Century Methods, Establishing Strong Leadership). DISSERTATION TITLE: The Church as a Multicultural Sports Team: A Model for Ministry Leadership Development for God’s Coaching Staff.
M.A. University of Iowa (Higher Education Administration). THESIS TITLE: The Effects of Minority Status on the Initial Employment Success of Baccalaureate Degree Graduates.
B.A. Augsburg College. MAJOR: Business Management, MINOR: Economics
Advanced Certificate. Biblical Seminary (now Missio Seminary). MAJOR: Missional Theology
Spiritual and Christian Interventions in Counseling
Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling and Organizational Development
Church and Ministry Leadership Development
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, COUNSELING & HUMAN SERVICES • Lincoln University, Philadelphia, PA
NATIONAL CERTIFIED COUNSELOR (NCC) & LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR (LPC) • Transitions Counseling Services, LLC, Paoli, PA
CONSULTANT • Love & Basketball Ministries, Paoli, PA
CLINICAL DIRECTOR • Mount Ararat Counseling Center, Pittsburgh, PA
PAST-PRESIDENT • Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, Alexandria, VA
Tinsley, T. M. (2020). Four quarters: A cultural and developmental approach to transforming your spiritual autobiography. Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance Publishing Co.
Tinsley, T. M. (2020). Substance use and addiction: Addressing Outreach and engagement in the African American Community. In Voice and Vision, Inc., Help and Hope Substance Use: The Growing Need to Know. Warrington, PA: Voice & Vision.
Forster-Scott, L., Tinsley, T. M., Ng, K., Withycombe, J. L., & Poudevigne, M. (2017). Diversity in sport psychology assessment. In Jim Taylor (Ed.), Assessment in sport psychology consulting. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, Inc.
Tinsley, T. M., & Prentice, J. (2016). Is pastoral theology still relevant in an age of modern psychology? In K. C. A. Mattis & M. G. Maness (Eds.), Testamentum Imperium (Can You Hear Me Now? Making Pastoral Theology Relevant in a Modern World), 5(2016).