Our Mission

We are committed to helping people make healthy lifestyle changes. The Psychological Consultation Center seeks to educate others about psychological health and processes that affect daily living. By offering evidence-based treatments that are grounded in science and research, we strive to find ways of not only affecting change, but doing so in meaningful and sustainable ways.

We acknowledge the presence of racial and cultural inequities and are committed to the work of dismantling the systems that perpetuate them within our organization, our community, and society as a whole. The PCC embraces cultural, individual, and role differences due to age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability status, language, and socioeconomic status that influence individual experiences.

Psychological Consultation Center AntiRacism Pledge

Administrative and Training Staff

Clinic Director

Clinical Supervisors

  • Ellen Flannery-Schroeder, Ph.D., ABPP
    Dr. Flannery-Schroeder is the Director of the Child Anxiety Program at URI.
  • Theresa (Tracy) Morgan, Ph.D.
    Dr. Morgan provides supervision for the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Team.
  • Rachel Baldwin, Ph.D.
    Dr. Baldwin provides supervision for the Assessment team at URI.
  • Ilene Magee, Ph.D.
    Dr. Magee provides supervision for upper-level clinicians working with both community-based and campus-based clients.
  • Nicole Weiss, Ph.D.
    Dr. Weiss provides supervision for the Multicultural Psychology team at URI.

Clinic Assistant/Intake Coordinator

  • Allegra Sacco, M.A.
    3rd year Doctoral student in Clinical Psychology.

Clinic Administrator