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About Dr. Julie Morris

 

I am committed to helping others live kindly, mindfully, and boldly.

I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and I specialize in an area of psychology known as Health Psychology

 

My job is to help you achieve wellness of the body and mind. Working with a Health Psychologist, I can help you make sense of your illness or condition, learn effective ways to cope, and achieve a better quality of life. I have years of specialized experience helping clients realize and live their best lives during especially trying times such as a cancer diagnosis, infertility, and pregnancy and postpartum complications.

Even if what brings you to therapy is not related to an illness or condition, I bring this specialized focus on the interaction between body and mind to all issues that we can address together like major life transitions, relationship changes, parenting stress, grief and other concerns.  

LICENSES

Colorado Psychology License - #5070

Wyoming Psychology License - #672

Rhode Island Psychology License - #1507

EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor (Clinical), Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Brown University Medical School

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Clinical Health Psychologist, Lifespan Hospitals

Providence, Rhode Island

TRAINING 

APA accredited Postdoctoral Fellowship - Clinical Psychology

Concentrations: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Integrated Primary Care

VA Maine Healthcare System

Augusta, Maine

APA accredited Clinical Internship- Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Medicine

Geisinger Medical Center

Danville, Pennsylvania

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Emphasis: Integrated Behavioral Healthcare

APA Accredited Clinical Psychology PhD Program

University of Wyoming

Laramie, Wyoming

M.A. Psychology

Teachers College, Columbia University

New York, New York

B.S. Applied Psychology

New York University

New York, New York

 

Dr. MORRIS'S (née: Angiola) PUBLICATION LIST:

ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

1. Angiola, J.E., & Bowen, A.M. (2013). Improving quality of life in advanced cancer patients: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy view. The Counseling Psychologist, 41(2): 313-335. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0011000012461955

2. Ross, L.M., Moring, J.C., Angiola, J.E., & Bowen, A.M. (2014). The influence of sexual scripts and the “Better than Average” effect on condom responsibility. Journal of College Student Development, 55(4): 408-412. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/csd.2014.004

 

BOOK CHAPTER

1. Moring, J.C., Bowen, A.M., Page, T., & Angiola, J.E. (2014). HIV in Rural Areas. In J. Warren & B. Smalley (Eds.), Rural Public Health: Best Practices and Preventive Models. New York, NY: Springer.

 

OTHER NON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

1. Angiola, J.E. (January 2012). Gender Differences Among Rural Undergraduates on Knowledge and Acceptability of HPV Issues. Society of Behavioral Medicine Women’s SIG blog.

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

1. Angiola, J.E. & Bowen, A.M. (April 2009) HPV acceptance among rural, Rocky Mountain region women: Preliminary, qualitative findings. Presented at the 2009 Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention (RCAP) biennial meeting in Bloomington, Indiana.

 

2. Angiola, J.E. & Bowen, A.M. (April 2011) Gender differences in Human Papillomavirus vaccination behavior among rural, Rocky Mountain region undergraduates. Presented at the 2011 Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention (RCAP) biennial meeting in Bloomington, Indiana.

 

3. Angiola, J.E. (March 2013). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and It’s Use in Weight Loss Plan Adherence. Presented at the Division of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania.

 

4. Angiola Morris, J.E. (January 2016). Interventions for Smoking Cessation. Presented at the Department of Family Medicine Grand Rounds, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island & Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

 

5. Angiola Morris, J.E. (October 2016). Psychological Approaches to Chronic Pain. Presented at the Comprehensive Spine Center Interdisciplinary Spine Conference at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

 

6. Angiola Morris, J.E. (September 2018). Chronic Pain, Suffering and Psychological Flexibility. Presented at the 3 rd annual Comprehensive Spine Center Interdisciplinary Spine Conference at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

 

7. Angiola Morris, J.E. (January 2019). Compassionate counseling at end of life. Presented at The Brown Club’s “An Evening of Theatre and Discourse” event. 8. Angiola Morris, J.E. (April 2019). Body Dysmorphia. Presented at the Brown University Medical School’s Department of Surgery monthly meeting.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS (POSTERS)

1. Angiola, J.E. & Bowen, A.M. (October 2009). The status of HPV vaccine knowledge and behavior in Wyoming. Poster presentation at the 2009 Wyoming Psychological Association (WPA) annual meeting in Jackson, WY. 

 

2. Ross, L.L., Angiola, J.E., Moring, J.C., & Bowen, A.M. (April 2010) Condom responsibility: Who’s the boss? Poster presentation at the 2010 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in Seattle, WA.

 

3. Angiola, J.E., Ross, L.L., Moring, J.C., & Bowen, A.M. (April 2010) HPV acceptance among rural, Rocky Mountain region women. Poster presentation at the 2010 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in Seattle, WA.

 

4. Angiola, J.E. & Bowen, A.M. (October 2010). Cowboy machismo and sexual health. Poster presentation at the 2010 Wyoming Psychological Association (WPA) annual meeting in Jackson, WY.

 

5. Thomas, J., Moring, J., Hopper, G., & Angiola, J. (April 2011) Health-related self concept and report of physical symptoms. Poster presentation at the 2011 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

 

6. Ross, L.L., Moring, J., & Angiola, J.E. (April 2011) Love on the Internet: More than college students bargain for? Poster presentation at the 2011 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

 

7. Angiola, J.E. & Bowen, A.M. (April 2011) “Cowboy Up?”: Rocky Mountain males HPV vaccination intention. Poster presentation at the 2011 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

 

8. Moring, J.C., Tsega, T., Bowen, A.M, Angiola, J.E., & Burman, M. (April 2012). Mental health needs of low-income individuals attending a rural free clinic. Poster presentation at the 2012 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

9. Ross, L.L., Moring, J.C., Angiola, J.E., & Bowen, A.M. (April 2012). What’s in a purse?: A pilot study of college student perceptions of women who carry condoms in their purse. Poster presentation at the 2012 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

10. Angiola, J.E., & Bowen, A.M. (July 2012). Staying on “track:” ACT for weight loss plan adherence. Poster presentation at the 2012 Association for Contextual Behavioral Science World Conference X in Washington, D.C.

 

11. Bowen, A.M., Angiola, J.E., Aldrich, L., Moring, J.C., & Ross-Bailey, L.L. (April 2014). Smart girls may carry condoms but they are judged promiscuous. Do public service announcements reduce stigma? Poster presentation at the 2014 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

12. Moring, J.C., Bowen, A.M., Thomas, J., Joseph, J., & Morris, J.E. (April 2015). Acceptance mediates the relationship between tinnitus-related cognitions and anxiety sensitivity. Poster presentation at the 2015 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas.

 
 

Professional Affiliations

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