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889 Centerville Rd.
Warwick, RI 02886


P. 401-826-8875
F. 401-823-9180

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CLINICAL STAFF

The staff at Psychological Associates includes psychologists and licensed social workers.

 
   
Barry Josephson, Ph.D.
Barry Josephson graduated from Brooklyn College, the University of California at Berkeley, and George Peabody College. He completed his internship at the Bradley Hospital and worked at the Providence Veterans Hospital. He has also served as a consulting psychologist at Cranston General Hospital and Kent County Hospital.
 
   
Besides his role as a psychologist, Dr. Josephson has worked as a high school guidance counselor as well as a history teacher. Dr. Josephson started Psychological Associates over 30 years ago. His treatment approach has always been brief treatment with a specific focus on teaching effective strategies and skills for people to apply to their problems. Current specialty interests include diagnostic assessment and treatment of children and adults with ADHD, teaching more effective study and organizational strategies for students at all educational levels, and teaching adults to be more effective in their work settings.  

 
William D'Amico, Ed.D.
William D'Amico is a Licensed Psychologist with over 30 years of experience offering services to children, adolescents, and adults. He spent his first 10 professional years in public education, most of which occurred prior to his doctorate, first as a school psychologist, and later, as a special education director.
 
   

As such, he is familiar with the provisions and constraints of state and federal education laws and has successfully represented both school systems and private patients in appeals before the MA Superior and MA State Supreme Courts.

William D'Amico has served as the Director of Behavioral Medicine for a large neuromuscular and neurological functional rehabilitation facility. He has been the principal psychologist for a team of ADHD specialists and has taught health and mental health professionals, through articles and workshops, how to work together to meet the needs of their patients

 

 

Deanna Voisine, Ph.D.
Deanna Voisine is a Licensed Psychologist who attended the University of Rhode Island, Fairfield University, Coastal Carolina University, and Elmira College. 

She completed her internship in both a neuropsychological private practice and in the juvenile justice system. 

 
   
Dr. Voisine has several years of experience as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and has worked with children from preschool to college age.  She was the Director of Social Work at a chronic and convalescent hospital, worked in federal prison settings providing psychoeducational groups and therapeutic services, taught at a program for children with autism, and she has worked in private practice settings for several years.  Dr. Voisine specializes in outpatient animal-assisted therapy and consultative services, as well as in behavioral and educational assessments and interventions.  At Psychological Associates, Dr. Voisine provides evaluation, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and consultation services for children and adults.  

 

Crystal Dussault-Felipe, Ph.D.
Dr. Dussault-Felipe graduated from the School Psychology program at the University of Rhode Island with her Doctorate in Psychology. 

She completed her internship working with youth at the Rhode Island Training School. 

Dr. Dussault-Felipe has taught psychology courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Rhode Island and the Community College of Rhode Island. 

 
She has co-authored two research articles in the Journal of Attention Disorders examining non-medical prescription stimulant use among college students.  Dr. Dussault-Felipe has also reviewed numerous research articles submitted to the Journal of Attention Disorders for publication.  Her specialties include diagnostic assessment and treatment of children and adults with ADHD.  She also teaches study and organizational skills and strategies to students and adults.   

 
Genevieve Verdi, Graduate Psychology    

 

Betty Mongeau, MSW, LICSW
Counselor, Psychotherapist, Betty Mongeau received her Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from Rhode Island School of Social Work.

She has worked for 17 years in the field of Social Work as both a clinician and administrator.  

 
   

She has worked in the capacity of  program manager for two community based programs providing supportive services to at risk children and families,  Clinical Utilization  Case Reviewer for the Department of Children Youth and Families Children’s Intensive Service (CIS), at a psychiatric hospital on the adolescent unit where she provided clinical support  to patients and their families, Program Manager for the Rhode Island College School of Social Work Welfare to Work 5 year longitudinal research Study, taught in the Rhode Island College Case Management Certification  Program.  She has had a small private practice as well as provided clinical services to clients in local psychotherapy practices.  

Betty Mongeau specializes in depression, anxiety, OCD, social phobias, trauma, grief and loss, life transitions, life coaching, and relationship issues. She has developed an integrative therapeutic approach over her decreases emotional stress and promotes personal growth through the use of supportive interventions, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, CBT, and Solution-Focused therapy.

 

 

Jackie Rita, LCMHC

   
 



   
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