Eric Silk, PhD
Dr. Silk earned an undergraduate degree in psychology from Michigan State University. He completed an M.A. in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He then worked as a Research Coordinator at the Substance Use Research Center at the New York State Psychiatric Institute affiliated with the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry. His Ph.D. is in Clinical Psychology with a Specialization in Neuropsychology from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Silk completed his internship training at Child Provider Specialists and Miami Children’s Hospital Dan Marino Center. He also completed a post-doc M.S. in psychopharmacology at Nova Southeastern.
Dr. Silk is currently the Training Director of the Clinical Psychopharmacology Program and a Clinical Associate Professor in the College of Pharmacy at Idaho State University. He also teaches behavior health course at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was formerly the president of the Wyoming Psychological Association from 2017-2018. Dr. Silk has an extensive history of experience in psychopharmacology, psychological, and neuropsychological assessment. Dr. Silk has experience working with diverse patient populations but has a focus in assessment of developmental disabilities. Dr. Silk is a licensed clinical psychologist in Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho.
In his personal life Dr. Silk enjoys spending time with his wife and two golden retrievers. He enjoys skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and fly fishing.