Patricia Harrison-Monroe, Ph.D.
NAMI Southern Arizona Board Member
Patricia Harrison-Monroe, PhD is a clinical psychologist and is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Director of the Early Psychosis Intervention Center and Director of Community Outreach & Clinical Development for the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine. She previously served as the Chief of Behavioral Health Services at UA Medical Center-South Campus and Director of Behavioral Health for the Pima County Juvenile Court Center. She additionally maintains a private practice and serves on a number of community boards and committees. Prior to moving to Arizona, she was Assistant Commissioner for the New York City Department of Mental Health. She has been an active supporter of NAMI Walks and is committed to addressing mental health stigma. “...I intend to use my community relationships to assist NAMI Southern Arizona in continuing its efforts to have a clear and central presence in Pima County.”