Tim Clauss, Administrator

Tim Clauss serves as Administrator of Schreiber Family Medicine. For over 38 years, he has served as a management consultant, business educator, professional organizer, author and gifted spiritual counselor. Since moving to Taos in 1993, he has been the Administrator of Family Practice Associates of Taos, co-founding partner of the Taos Massage & Wellness Center, and business instructor at The Scherer Institute of Natural Healing in Santa Fe. With a background in hospital administration, Tim was assistant to the president of a 250-bed hospital and vice president and seminar leader of a Chicago-based management firm, where he co-authored trainings for the health care community entitled: The Success Factor, Managing for Extraordinary Results, and Completing To Move On. Over the years as a consultant, his clients have included corporations, hospitals, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, and a U.S. vice-presidential campaign, where he served as Operations Coordinator. Tim also enjoys writing professionally. He is co-author of the New York Times Business Best Seller, Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work, a book that has been translated into 20 languages with over one million copies in print. As part of Global Family, a non-profit peace organization represented in 40 countries, he co-authored Social Creativity and Cooperation for the 1990's, edited the organization's international newsletter, and currently serves on the board of directors. He also co-authored a series of educational pamphlets published in the U.S. and Canada entitled, Work & Spirituality, covering topics such as commitment, integrity and compassion, designed to help create a more inspired and energized workplace. Over his career, Tim has supported thousands of people in achieving expanded results and more fulfilling lives. He is highly respected for his integrity, insight, sensitivity to situations, and commitment to positive, uplifting shifts in people's lives. Now, as part of the Schreiber Family Medicine team, Tim is available to assist patients with their health care needs and overall well-being.