Winslow Gerrish, PsyD
Director of Behavioral Sciences, Research and Grants
Dr. Winslow Gerrish received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Seattle Pacific University and completed an internship at the VA medical center in Portland, Oregon. Before coming to Full Circle Health, he acted as director of the PTSD clinic at the Boise VAMC and served as faculty in their Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education. Dr. Gerrish grew up the son of a rural, full-spectrum, family doc in a small dairy town in Washington State. This upbringing laid the foundation of his life-long passion for family medicine and caring for the underserved.
Dr. Gerrish is a Clinical Assistant Professor of the University of Washington and has been involved in primary care education with multiple University of Washington and WWAMI residency programs in Boise and Seattle. His special interests include PCMH transformation, interprofessional education, and behavioral health integration in primary care. His recent publications include a new book, Interprofessional Education in the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Dr. Gerrish is an avid climber and skier. When not at work, you will find him with his wife (also a family physician) and children trying to get lost in the mountains while engaged in some type of crazy outdoor adventure.