C. Tate is a licensed clinical psychologist and an Assistant Clinical Professor
in Psychiatry at Yale University. His areas of practice in organizational consulting include coaching
and leadership development, conflict resolution, team-building, succession planning
and promoting healthy organizational development. In his clinical
practice, he sees individuals, families and groups around issues concerning
health, relationships, and dealing effectively with life transitions.
Dr. Tate is a co-author of Sink or Swim: How Lessons from the Titanic Can Save Your Family Business. He earned a certificate in family business advising from the Family Firm Institute, and serves as the facilitator for the National Association of Corporate Directors Connecticut Chapter’s Family Business Roundtable. He also is the co-founder of the Connecticut Consulting Psychology Group.
Dr. Tate received his B.S. at Cornell University and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Virginia. He completed pre- and post-doctoral fellowships at Yale University before joining the faculty.
Education & Training
|PhD||University of Virginia (1999)|
|MA||University of Virginia (1995)|
|BS||Cornell University, Human Development & Family Studies (1991)|