Author Bio

Wilson Trusty is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Idaho State University. Prior to his graduate studies he received his bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Idaho, where he conducted research on self-critical perfectionism and depression. His current research is focused on psychological help-seeking, religion and spirituality in psychotherapy, and microprocesses related to the working alliance. He is also a scholar in the Southeast Idaho Area Health Education Center, where he serves on the steering committee for interdisciplinary research on clinician experiences of telebehavioral health during COVID-19. He currently provides therapy and assessment services in community mental health and college counseling settings.

Articles by Wilson T. Trusty, M.S.