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Winslow G. Gerrish, Ph.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Washington Medical Center

777 N. Raymond Street
Boise, ID 83701

Work Experiences / Areas of Interest

I am Behavioral Science Faculty at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (FMRI) and Affiliate Faculty with the Boise VAMC’s Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education (CoEPCE). In my current role, I thoroughly enjoy a nice balance of time across teaching, clinical, and scholarly activities. Prior to joining FMRI, I was a staff psychologist at the Boise VAMC in Home-Based Primary Care, the CoEPCE, and with the PTSD Clinical Team. I am in active pursuit of grant-funded research opportunities related to PCMH-transformation and integrated primary care, and have previously participated in several federally funded multi-site investigations. I have trained and worked with medical residents throughout my entire career and am passionate about preparing residents to care for patients at the intersection of physical-, mental-, and behavioral-health. My teaching, research, and clinical interests include behavioral medicine (especially health-behavior change, chronic pain, and addictive behaviors), mindfulness- and acceptance-based psychotherapies, the application of cognitive-behavioral treatment modalities in primary care settings, and the function of interprofessional team-based care in the context of PCMH-transformation and graduate medical education. I am delighted by the opportunity to supervise, teach, and work alongside psychiatry residents in our integrated primary care clinics.

Current Clinical Work

Behavioral Science Faculty, Family Medicine Residency of Idaho


Ph.D.2010Seattle Pacific University; Seattle, WA
Clinical Psychology2010Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center
M.A.2007Seattle Pacific University; Seattle, WA
BA, Philosophy & Religious Studies1999Whitworth College; Spokane, WA