Eric Trupin, Ph.D.
Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences of the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Trupin is currently the Director of the Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy. This Division maintains a wide range of clinical, research and training programs primarily focused on implementing evidence based behavioral health practices to improve outcomes for children and adults. In 2007 the Washington State Legislature established an Evidence Based Institute within his Division.
He directs the Evidence Based Practice Institute which includes clinical and systems research programs supported by the State of Washington, local governments and counties, private and non-profit agencies, foundations and international sponsors.
Evidence Based Practices and Outcomes for children and adults
House Bill 1088 Evidence Based Practice Institute
House Bill 2536 Promising Practices
Evidence-Based Program Training and Consultation for Children’s Administration
Family Integrated Transitions
- American Indian Perspectives on Evidence-Based Practice Implementation: Results from a Statewide Tribal Mental Health Gathering
- Child welfare caseworkers as service brokers for youth in foster care findings from project focus.
- Family Integrated Transitions: A promising program for juvenile offenders with co-occurring disorders.
- Juvenile Justice 101: Addressing family support needs in juvenile court.
- The Partnership Access Line: evaluating a child psychiatry consult program in Washington State.
- Transition Planning and recidivism among mentally ill juvenile offenders.