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Specialist Panel

Gretchen Gudmundsen, PhD

Gretchen Gudmundsen, PhD, earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Dartmouth College and her doctorate in child clinical psychology from the University of Denver. She completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital, then joined the faculty as an assistant professor in the Department of Psychological and Behavioral Sciences. She was also an attending clinical psychologist in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She currently oversees diagnostic assessment and therapeutic intervention for the St. Luke's Children's Day Treatment Center. She provides psychological evaluation and consultation to assist in diagnosis and intervention planning with children and adolescents with psychiatric conditions.

Gretchen Gudmundsen, PhD

Psychologist, St. Luke’s Children’s Center for Neurobehavioral Medicine, Boise

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Angela Lindig, BS

Angela Lindig is the executive director of Idaho Parents Unlimited, a statewide Parent Training and Information Center and Family to Family Health Information Center assisting families whose children have disabilities from birth to adulthood. Angela is the parent of three young adult children who also have disabilities and special health care needs.

Angela Lindig, BS

Executive Director, Idaho Parents Unlimited

Angela Lindig

Thomas Patterson, MD

Dr. Patterson grew up in Arizona and attended the University of Arizona for Undergraduate, Medical School and Pediatric Residency. After his residency, he spent 18 years at what is now Saltzer Medical Group. He has taught at the University of Washington School of Medicine and currently enjoys teaching and seeing patients at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. Dr. Patterson has served both the local and national chapters of the American Academy of Pediatrics, where he has held several leadership roles throughout his tenure. He enjoys weight training/fitness, hiking, swimming and the outdoors. He is happiest when he is spending time with his wife and three boys.

Thomas Patterson, MD

Pediatrician, Family Medicine Residency of Idaho

Thomas Patterson

Renee Robinson, PharmD, MPH, MSPharm

Renee Robinson received her doctorate in pharmacy from the University of Georgia, completed residencies at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and a fellowship in clinical research through the National Institutes of Health. From 2002-2006 she conducted basic science and clinical research as a faculty member in the Department of Pediatrics.

In 2006, Renee Robinson left academia to focus on building clinical and management skills in industry to improve pain management and reduce risk for workman’s compensation patients. In 2008 she joined the United States Public Health Service and in 2010 became the Senior Researcher at Southcentral Foundation, a tribal healthcare facility. In 2018, she joined the ISU team at the Anchorage campus, taking over the Special Populations Module Coordination and worked with ISU faculty staff to pursue external health outcomes research funding. In her downtime, she does Pilates, knits and is a budding aerialist.

Renee Robinson, PharmD, MPH, MSPharm

Associate Professor of Pharmacy, Idaho State University

Renee Robinson

Sue Ropski, RN, MS, MPA, NCSN

Sue Ropski is a registered nurse and has worked in Boise’s West Ada School District since 2001. She currently works full-time with students from developmental preschool through high school. In addition, she is the liaison between the West Ada School District and the Meridian Schools Clinic, their school-based health center run in partnership with the Family Medical Residency of Idaho. Ms. Ropski has over thirty years of nursing experience in geriatrics, mental health and pediatrics. She has taught undergraduate nursing classes at Idaho State University and graduate course work at Northwest Nazarene University. She is a nationally certified school nurse and holds a Master of Science in Nursing from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Public Administration from Roosevelt University in Chicago.

Sue Ropski, RN, MS, MPA, NCSN

School Nurse, Meridian Elementary

Sue Ropski

Christopher Streeter, MD

Christopher Streeter, MD is a child psychiatrist working with young people at St. Luke's Children’s Center for Neurobehavioral Medicine. He has broad experience with individual, family and systems-based neurobehavioral issues. He has a passion for transforming children suffering from mental illness and enjoys seeing his patients recover from adversity, trauma, depression, anxiety, ADHD and other issues.

Christopher Streeter, MD

Medical Director and Pediatric Psychiatrist, St. Luke's Children's Behavioral Health

Christopher Streeter

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Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-364-4698

Fax: 208-364-3178

Email: echoidaho@uidaho.edu