Julie Morris, PhD is a staff psychologist at The Miriam Hospital, where she provides individual counseling in behavioral medicine focused on health behavior change, coping with chronic illness, management of chronic pain, and co-existing depression and anxiety. Dr. Morris provides clinical training within the Brown Clinical Psychology Residency.
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