Abigail K. Mansfield Marcaccio completed her BA in History at Smith College, and her PhD in Psychology at Clark University. She completed her psychology residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and her postdoctoral fellowship at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. She is currently the director of the Family Research program at Rhode Island Hospital, where she runs several studies on family functioning and mood disorders, supervises psychiatry and psychology residents in family therapy, and provides clinical services to couples and families.
|Mansfield, Abigail K., Keitner, Gabor I., Dealy, Jennifer The Family Assessment Device: An Update. Fam. Proc.. 2014; 54 (1) : 82-93.|
|Archambault, Richard, Mansfield, Abigail K., Evans, Doug, Keitner, Gabor I. Using the Tenets of the Problem-Centered Systems Therapy of the Family (PCSTF) to Teach the McMaster Approach to Family Therapists. Fam. Proc.. 2014; : n/a-n/a.|
|Mansfield, A. K., Dealy, J. A., Keitner, G. I. Family Functioning and Income: Does Low-Income Status Impact Family Functioning?. The Family Journal. 2013; 21 (3) : 297-305.|
|Mansfield, Abigail K, Dealy, Jennifer A, Keitner, Gabor I Family interventions for bipolar disorder: a review of the literature. Neuropsychiatry. 2012; 2 (3) : 231-238.|
|Keitner GI, Mansfield AK Management of treatment-resistant depression.. The Psychiatric clinics of North America. 2012; 35 (1) : 249-65.|
|Shea MT, Vujanovic AA, Mansfield AK, Sevin E, Liu F Posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and functional impairment among OEF and OIF National Guard and Reserve veterans.. Journal of Traumatic Stress . 2010; 23 (1) : 100-7.|
|Addis ME, Hatgis C, Cardemil E, Jacob K, Krasnow AD, Mansfield A Effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral treatment for panic disorder versus treatment as usual in a managed care setting: 2-year follow-up.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2006; 74 (2) : 377-85.|
|Addis ME, Hatgis C, Krasnow AD, Jacob K, Bourne L, Mansfield A Effectiveness of cognitive--behavioral treatment for panic disorder versus treatment as usual in a managed care setting.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2004; 72 (4) : 625-35.|
|Mansfield AK, Addis ME Manual-based treatment Part 2: The advantages of manual-based practice in psychotherapy.. Evidence-based mental health. 2001; 4 (4) : 100-1.|
|Fellow||The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, psychiatry and human behavior||2008-2010||Providence, RI|
|Intern||University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester State Hospital, clinical psychology||2006-2007|
|Licensed Psychologist||Rhode Island||2010-||#PS01170|
|Staff Psychologist. Rhode Island Hospital, Department of Psychiatry 2010-Present|
I supervise psychiatry and psychology residents in family therapy, and enjoy helping clinicians to widen the lens through which they view cases. I also provide training in family assessment and therapy as requested within the Brown Medical School system.