1 Amy E. Green Curriculum Vitae EDUCATION AND TRAINING Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute Predoctoral Psychology Internship Program in Public Sector Psychology University of South Florida Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology University of South Florida Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology University of Rochester Bachelor of Arts, Psychology PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2009-Current Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego/ Child and Adolescent Services Research Center PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION Parent Child Interaction Therapy Nursing Child Assessment Satellite Training HONORS 2002 Graduated With Honors (Cum Laude) Psi Chi Honors Society PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Association for Psychological Science American Psychological Association Alliance for the Safe, Therapeutic, and Appropriate use of Residential Treatment Society for Research on Child Development
2 Amy E. Green 2 PUBLICATIONS Aarons, G.A., Covert, J., Skriner, L.C., Green, A., Marto, D., Garland, A.F., & Landsverk, J. (in press). The eye of the beholder: Youths and parents differ on what matters in mental health services. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. Boothroyd, R.A., Stiles, P.G., Dhont, K., & Green, A.E. (2009). Adherence to practice guidelines, clinical outcomes, and costs among Medicaid enrollees with severe mental illness. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 32, Wienke-Totura, C.M., Green, A., Karver, M. S. & Gesten, E. (2009). Multiple informants in the assessment of psychological and behavioral correlates of bullying and victimization. Journal of Adolescence, 32, Green, A. Gesten, E.L., Greenwald, M., & Salcedo, O. (2008). Predicting delinquency in adolescence and young adulthood: A longitudinal analysis of early risk factors. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 6, Friedman, R.M., Pinto, M., Behar, L., Bush, N., Chirolla, A., Epstein, M., Green, A., Hawkins, P., Huff, B., Huffine, C., Seltzer, T., Vaughn, C., Kloker Young, C., & Mohr, W. (2006). Unlicensed residential programs for children: The next challenge for child protection. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 76, Wilson, K.M., Klein, J.D., Sesselberg, T.S., Yussman, S.M., Markow, D.B., Green, A.E., West J.C., & Gray, N.J. (2006). Use of complementary medicine and dietary supplements among U.S. adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 38, CONFERENCE POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS Green, A., Bekman, N.M. & Gesten, E.L., Greenwald, M., & Salcedo, O. (2009). Protecting high risk youth from juvenile justice and law enforcement contact. Presented at the Society on Research for Child Development, Denver CO. Green, A., Bekman, N.M. & Gesten, E.L., Greenwald, M., & Salcedo, O. (2007). Differences between risk factors for substance related and non-substance related delinquency. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington D.C. Greenbaum, P.E., Wang, W., Gesten, E., & Green, A. (2007). School disengagement during 1st to 6th grade predicts out-of-school arrests seven years later: Growth mixture modeling with a zeroinflated poisson distal outcome. Presented at the 15 th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington D.C. Stokes, T., Green, A., Curley, J., Binitie, I., & Jacobs, S. (2007). Applying PCIT procedures with families and siblings of children with autism. Presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis 4 th International Conference, Sydney Australia. Green, A., Gesten, E.L., Greenwald, M. & Salcedo, O. (2007). Predicting delinquency in adolescence and young adulthood: A longitudinal analysis of risk and protective factors. Presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development, Boston MA.
3 Amy E. Green 3 Behar, L., Bush, N., Green, A., Epstein, M. (2006). Fidelity to core values - Easier said than done: Navigating how and when to respond to concerns in the absence of data. Presented at the 19 th Annual Conference - A System of Care for Children s Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base, Tampa FL. Epstein, M. Bush, N., Green, A. (2006). Advocating for safe, therapeutic and appropriate services for youth. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans LA. Green, A., Curley, J.K. & Gesten, E.L. (2006). Predicting high school graduation status from elementary school data. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York NY. Perrin, K.P., Gesten, E., Green, A., Batsch, L., Raffaele-Mendez, L., Austin Lu, B.A., & Salcedo. O. (2005). Variables affecting successful completion of high school: Exploring a K-12 longitudinal school-based data. Presented at the International Pathways to Resilience Conference, Halafax Nova Scotia. Wienke-Totura, C.M., Green, A., Gadd, R., & Gesten, E. (2005) Multiple raters in the assessment of psychological and behavioral factors of bullying and victimization: What do students and teachers tell us? Presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development, Atlanta GA. Klein, J.D., Graff, C.A., Green, A., & Kodjo, C. (2003). Adolescent pregnancy prevention: Impact of siblings who are teen parents. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Adolescent Medicine, Seattle WA. West, J.C., Yussman, S.M., Wilson, K.M., Sesselberg, T.S., Green, A.E., & Klein, J.D. (2003). Sleep disturbance in US adolescents. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Society, Seattle WA. West, J.C., Yussman, S.M., Wilson, K.M., Sesselberg, T.S., Green, A.E., & Klein, J.D. (2003). Complementary and alternative medicine use by US adolescents receiving mental health treatment. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Society, Seattle WA. Wilson, K.M., Klein, J.D., Sesselberg, T.S., Yussman, S.M., West, J.C., Green, A.E., & Gray, N.J. (2003). Herbal remedy and supplement use among US adolescents: A national online survey. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Society, Seattle WA.
4 Amy E. Green 4 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute Summer 2008 Program Assistant: Student Research Institute Supervisor: Catherine Batsche, Ph.D Graduate Research Assistant: Department of Mental Health Law and Policy Supervisor: Roger Boothroyd, Ph.D Graduate Research Assistant: Department of Child and Family Studies Supervisor: Robert Freidman, Ph.D. Department of Psychology University of South Florida, Project Assistant: PCIT for siblings of children with autism Supervisor: Trevor Stokes, Ph.D Project Director: Preventing Delinquency Supervisor: Ellis Gesten, Ph.D. Summer 2004 Graduate Research Assistant: Development and Validation of the Parent Child Interaction Inventory Supervisor: Carnot Nelson, Ph.D Project Director: Pathways to Resilience Supervisor: Ellis Gesten, Ph.D. Department of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY Information Analyst Behavioral health and health service research Supervisor: Jonathan Klein, MD, M.P.H Research Assistant Behavioral health and health service research Supervisor: Jonathan Klein, MD, M.P.H. Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology University of Rochester, Rochester, NY Research Assistant Self-determination research Supervisor: Ed Deci Ph.D Research Assistant Motivational research Supervisor: Andrew Elliot, Ph.D.
5 Amy E. Green 5 TEACHING EXPERIENCE University of South Florida Spring 2008 Spring 2007 Fall 2006 Guest Lecturer: Introduction to Clinical Psychology (graduate) Guest Lecturer: Introduction to Clinical Psychology (undergraduate) Guest Lecturer: Sociocultural Aspects of Aging (undergraduate) Teaching Assistant: Abnormal Psychology (undergraduate) Teaching Assistant: Research Methods (undergraduate) University of Rochester Rochester, NY 2002 Teaching Assistant: Psychology of Human Sexuality (undergraduate) CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Tampa Family Health Center 2009 Psychology Intern Individual therapy to low-income clients at a federally funded health center Supervisor: Michael Dow, Ph.D. Children s Crisis Center 2009 Psychology Intern Individual/family therapy for patients admitted to an inpatient crisis center Supervisor: Nancy Pape, Ph.D. Florida Diagnostic Learning and Resource Center 2009 Psychology Intern Individual/family therapy and developmental/psychoeducational assessments for school-age children and their families Supervisor: Diane Koch, Ph.D.
6 Amy E. Green 6 Moffitt Cancer Center, Psychosocial Oncology and Palliative Care Psychometrist Neuropsychological assessments and individual therapy with cancer patients Supervisor: Margaret Booth-Jones, Ph.D. Department of Pediatrics, Division of Child Development University of South Florida, Psychology Intern Group parent training and developmental/psychological assessments of children ages zero to twelve Supervisor: Kathleen Armstrong, Ph.D. Psychological Services Center University of South Florida, Clinical Psychology Trainee: Psychological Services Center and the Florida Center for Survivors of Torture Therapy with adult and child clients who are refugees or seeking political asylum in the U.S. Supervisor: Evelyn Hernandez, Psy.D Clinical Psychology Trainee: Applying Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities Provision of PCIT to families of children with autism and autism spectrum disorders Supervisor: Trevor Stokes, Ph.D Clinical Psychology Trainee Diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments, individual therapy and family therapy to child and adult populations. Supervisors: Maria Goodwin, Ph.D., Brook McClintic, Ph.D., Trevor Stokes, Ph.D. Vicky Phares, Ph.D., Cindy Cimino, Ph.D., Paul Jacobsen, Ph.D. Human Development Center Inc Psychology Intern Individual/group therapy to individuals withconcurrent diagnoses of developmental disability and mental illness. Supervisor: Holly Steele, Ph.D.