Chris Mosunic, PhD, MBA, Executive Director
Dr. Chris Mosunic is an experienced leader in healthcare administration, specializing in integrated behavioral health. He completed his undergraduate studies at Bucknell University and went on to pursue a Masters of Science in Nutritional Biochemistry from Tufts University, a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Vanderbilt University and a Masters in Business Administration from Yale University. In 2010, Dr. Mosunic created the first behavioral chronic-condition focused program at Yale New Haven-Greenwich Hospital, which later expanded to long-term conditions such as cancer, heart disease and chronic pain.
Dr. Abby Morris, Medical Director
A graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine, Dr. Morris is responsible for all inpatient care, training and future planning and for developing a continuum of care that will follow each client throughout their stay at the center. Previous to her appointment to the IAFF Center of Excellence, Dr. Morris was the Medical Director of a 24-bed inpatient facility that treated addiction and behavioral health disorders.
Carol Simmons, Ph.D., Clinical Director
Dr. Simmons has more than 20 years of behavioral health and healthcare experience at the local, state and federal levels, with leadership roles at Ft. Meade and the Pentagon. Her background includes leadership and high quality clinical care. Dr. Simmons is responsible for the overall clinical operations at the IAFF Center of Excellence.