BiographyEric Trupin, Ph.D., is a psychologist and director of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy at the UW and vice chair and professor of UW Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Dr. Trupin maintains clinical, research and training programs primarily focused on implementing evidence-based behavioral health practices to improve outcomes for children and adults. He aims to engage and empower patients with capacities and skills to effectively manage their challenges. He also strives to use the most effective, empirically supported treatments and adapt them to patients’ values and strengths.
Dr. Trupin earned his Ph.D. from UW. His clinical and research interests include child and adolescent psychology, evidence-based behavioral health practices and outcomes for children and youth.
Personal InterestsIn his spare time, Dr. Trupin enjoys sailing, hiking, skiing and fly fishing.
University of Wyoming
Medical education, 1974
Natl. Institute of Mental Health
UW - Dept. of Child Psychiatry
Internship, Clinical Psychology