Anne Walters, PHD
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior
Psychiatry & Human Behavior
Dr. Walters has published and presented in the areas of developmental disabilities, childhood psychoses, providing treatment within a day school context, and school consultation. Current research interests focus on the cost effectiveness of a public/private school partnership for educating children with severe psychiatric and developmental conditions.
Dr. Walters completed her undergraduate work at Duke University, graduate school at Georgia State University, internship at UTexas Health Science Center, and post-doctoral fellowship at Brown Unviersity. She is the Clinical Director of the Children's Partial Hospital Program at Bradley Hospital, a program that provides day treatment for children ages 7-12 and their families. She is actively involved in teaching activities within the Clinical Psychology Training Programs of the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and serves as Child Track Seminar Co-Coordinator. Her interests lie in the area of program development and psychotic spectrum disorders.