Dr. Christie Valentino-Sundy is a staff psychologist at Boise State University’s Counseling Services. Her long-term goal is to work in both the university setting and be a part of a group psychology practice. Her areas of interest continue to be anxiety, depression, ADHD, and mood disorders within the child and adolescent population.
Dr. Dan McGrath is a Staff Psychologist as well as ID-PIC Site Director/Supervisor at the Pearl Health Clinic. He is a 2011 graduate of the American Psychological Association accredited Marshall University School of Professional Psychology in Huntington, West Virginia, a program which emphasizes a generalist skill set and service for rural and underserved populations. He came to Idaho in 2013 to work at Pearl Health Clinic, whose mission is to provide assistance to those most in need. Dr. McGrath continues to work at Pearl Health Clinic, providing assessment and interventions for a wide range of clients.
Dr. Tashina Keith earned her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from George Fox University and also holds a master’s degree in forensic psychology from California Baptist University. Dr. Keith completed her internship at Southeastern Idaho Psychology Internship consortium. She has been a staff psychologist at State Hospital South and an internship site supervisor since 2015.
Dr. Anne Stegenga earned her Psy.D. in clinical psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. She has served as a training committee member for the Southeastern Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium, and now is a site training director for ID-PIC, the chair of ID-PIC Diversity Subcommittee, and the creator of ID-PIC’s Diversity Development Digest. She completed her internship training at ISU Family Medicine and State Hospital South (SHS), and her Postdoctoral fellowship at SHS. Her clinical experiences have been characteristically generalist and have included: short-term intensive outpatient therapy and case management for recently hospitalized C&A, long-term outpatient services for adults, along with psychoeducational groups and assessment services for psychiatrically hospitalized adolescents and adults. Her passions are in social justice, human rights, and macro-level change greatly fostered by her education in Las Vegas and Chicago. She is the creator and Chair of SHS’s Task Force for Cultural Inclusion. She has served in various leadership positions for the Idaho Psychological Association and presents on the diversity related didactic subjects: Working with Sexual and Gender Diverse Patients, and Cultural Influences on Mental Health.
Dr. Verena Roberts is the Behavioral Science Director and ID-PIC Site Director at the Idaho State University (ISU) Family Medicine Residency. As a Clinical Professor for ISU, she is primarily involved in family medicine resident and psychology intern/student education. She also sees patients through the clinic site at Health West ISU. She received her Ph.D. from Idaho State University and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan. She also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in integrated primary care/health psychology through the Colorado Health Foundation. She then worked for Denver Health and Kaiser Permanente for several years developing integrated behavioral health programs in several clinics across the Denver area before returning to Idaho. Dr. Roberts currently primarily works with adults and geriatrics and sees a variety of concerns including anxiety, mood, and psychotic disorders as well as interpersonal issues, adjustment to medical diagnoses and other health related difficulties. Dr. Roberts also supervises psychological evaluations for diagnostic purposes, including evaluations for mood, anxiety, attention-related, and personality disorders as well as cognitive, ADHD and learning disability related concerns. Her therapy style is solution-focused and skills-building oriented. She applies a variety of theoretical orientations including cognitive-behavioral, dialectical-behavioral, and emotion-focused therapy. She thrives to provide a welcoming and accepting environment for her patients as well as trainees. Dr. Roberts is a first generation immigrant from Germany. She has a particular interest in rural mental health as well as the interface of mental health and the law. Dr. Roberts has a passion for teaching psychologists and physicians in training. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling with her husband, good food, and riding her horses.
Dr. India King received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a focus in Health Psychology from Pacific University. She completed her doctoral internship at the White River Junction VA in Vermont and her postdoctoral fellowship at the Boise VA, with a focus on integrated primary care. She then joined the Boise VA’s Center of Excellence Primary Care Education, where she worked to develop and evaluate interprofessional educational innovations. Dr. King joined FMRI in 2018 and is Director of Behavioral Science at the FMRI Nampa Program. In this role she co-chairs the Nampa Residency Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee and manages the community outreach curriculum. Her professional interests include graduate medical and interprofessional education, population health and changing systems to address health care disparities, and primary care psychology. When she is not hard at work serving FMRI patients and the Nampa community or teaching, you can find her enjoying the outdoors mountain biking, backpacking, fly fishing, or exploring Idaho’s many alpine lakes!
Dr. Winslow Gerrish received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Seattle Pacific University and completed internship at the VA Medical Center (VAMC) in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Gerrish is core faculty and the Director of Behavioral Sciences, Research, and Grants at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise (FMRI-Boise). At FMRI-Boise, Dr. Gerrish teaches family medicine residents about the behavioral sciences, interacts with the primary care team as an behavioral health consultant, maintains his own psychotherapy caseload, and conducts and oversees research and scholarly activity. Dr. Gerrish is a member of FMRI-Boise’s committee on Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and his current scholarship is focused on assessing the interrelationships between demographic characteristics, social determinants of health, and health disparities with a goal of improving care and outcomes for the underserved populations that FMRI serves. Prior to joining FMRI-Boise, Dr. Gerrish was Director of the PTSD Clinical Team at the Boise VAMC with a clinical focus on chronic complex PTSD, he was also a team psychologist on the Boise VAMC’s Home-Based Primary Care team, and he served on faculty in the Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education. Dr. Gerrish is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine and author of the book Interprofessional Education in Patient-Centered Medical Homes: Implications from Complex Adaptive Systems Theory. Dr. Gerrish loves being in the mountains and is an avid climber, skier, and rafter. When not at work, you will find him with his family trying to get lost in the wilderness while engaged in some type of crazy outdoor adventure.
Dr. Susan Martin (she/her) is the ID-PIC Program Director and Site Director/Supervisor at Full Circle Health/Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Nampa, ID. Dr. Martin received her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Florida Institute of Technology and completed her internship at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. Susan completed a 2-year fellowship in health psychology in primary care at Michigan State University/Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training/Flint Area Medical Education in 2006. Dr. Martin specialized in urban family medicine residency training for 9 years following fellowship. Susan then came to Idaho to pursue teaching family medicine residents in a rural setting and has been with Full Circle Health (FCH) since 2015. Susan’s special areas of interest include integrated behavioral health and psychology internship and fellowship training at FCH. She is an advocate for promoting the profession of psychology in Idaho. Dr. Martin’s clinical experience includes short-term cognitive behavioral outpatient therapy for adults and older, adult LGBTQIA+ populations and persons of refugee status. She is a member of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee at FCH in Nampa which aims to reduce biases and increase inclusivity in education. She is past president of the Idaho Psychological Association (IPA), and been a member of the Ethics Committee, Continuing Education Committee, Advocacy and Legislative Affairs Committee and Diversity Task Force at IPA. Dr. Martin is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Washington in the Department of Family Medicine. Outside of work, their family spends time hiking, biking, camping and attending sports adventures.
Dr. Alison Radcliffe is the Associate ID-PIC Program Director as well as Site Director/Supervisor at the University Health Services, Counseling Services at Boise State University. She earned her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Wayne State University, in Detroit, Michigan and completed her predoctoral internship in Health Psychology with Henry Ford Hospital, in Detroit, Michigan. Her current work focuses therapy and assessment based interventions with the Boise State population, including students, faculty, and staff, as well as on supervision, outreach, and teaching. When not at work, Alison enjoys spending time with her family and friends, skiing, reading, and relaxing with her pets.