«ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC TRAINING/EXPEREINCE Post Doctoral The College Board and New York University, New York, NY, Gordon Fellowship Gordon Associates; ...»
Alan G. Green PhD
University of Southern California
Rossier School of Education
Waite Philips Hall –WPH 604B
3470 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, CA 90089-4036
PhD Counseling Psychology, Howard University, Washington, DC, May 1997
Dissertation: “Adolescent Stressors, Coping Responses and Psychological Adjustment in Guyana”, J.W. Fulbright Student Fellowship.
MS School and Community Counseling, California State University, Sacramento, CA, May, 1992 BA Public Relations, University of Pacific, Stockton, CA, May, 1988
ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC TRAINING/EXPEREINCEPost Doctoral The College Board and New York University, New York, NY, Gordon Fellowship Gordon Associates; Edmund W. Gordon, John M. Musser Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Yale University, 1997-1999 J.W. Fulbright Dissertation Research Guyana South America, 1995-1996 Fellowship
Peer Reviewed Professional Journal Articles Brown, A.L., Payne, Y.A., Dressner, L., & A. Green. (2010). I place my hands in yours: A social justice based intervention for fostering resilience in street life oriented Black men. Journal of Systemic, 29(3), 45-65 Beaty-O’Ferrall, M.E., Green, A., & Hanna, F. (2010) Classroom management strategies for difficult students: Promoting change through relationships. Middle School Journal.
Lindsey, M. A., Korr, W. S., Broitman, M., Bone, L., Green, A. G., & Leaf, P. J. (2006).
Help-seeking behaviors and depression among African-American adolescents. Social Work. 51, 49-58.
Green, A. G., Conley, J. A., & Barnett, K. (2005). Urban school counseling: Implications for training and practice. Professional School Counselor. 8, 189-196.
Green, A. G., Conley, J. A., Barnett, K., & Benjamin, E. (2005). Urban school counseling and the achievement gap. E-Journal for Teaching and Learning in Diverse Settings.
Vol. 2, Issue 1.
Hanna, F. J., & Green, A. G. (2004). Asian shades of spirituality: Implications for multicultural school counseling. Professional School Counselor, 7, 326-333.
Pajak, E., & Green, A. G. (2003). Loosely coupled organizations, misrecognition, and social reproduction. International Journal of Leadership In Education, 6, 393-413.
Guindon, M. H., Green, A. G., & Hanna, F. J. (2003). Intolerance and psychopathology:
Toward a clinical diagnosis for racism, sexism, and homophobia. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73, 167-176.
Green, A. G., & Keys, S. G. (2001). Expanding the developmental school counseling paradigm: Meeting the needs of the 21st century student. Professional School Counselor, 5, 84-95.
Book Chapters Green, A. (2010). Doing good versus avoiding harm: Resolving situational contradictions,.
In W. B. Johnson & G. Koocher (Eds.) Casebook on ethically challenging work
settings in mental health and the behavioral sciences Vol I (2nd Ed.). New York:
Oxford University Press.
Bridglall B., Green, A. G., & Mejia, M. (2005). A taxonomy of supplementary education programs. In E. G. Gordon, B. Bridglall, & S. Meroe (Eds.), Supplementary education, The College Board. NY: Rowman & Littlefield.
Keys, S. G., & Green, A. G. (2005). Enhancing developmental school counseling programs through collaboration. In C. Sink (Ed.), Contemporary school counseling: Theory, research, and practice. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin.
Hanna, F. J., & Green, A. G. (2004). Hope and suicide: Establishing the will to live. In D.
Capuzzi (Ed.), Suicide across the life span: Implications for counselors (pp. 62-93).
Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Keys, S. G., & Green, A. G. (2004). School counseling. In D. Capuzzi, & D. Gross (Eds.), Introduction to the counseling profession (pp.333-356). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
Keys, S., Green, A., Lockhart, E., & Luongo, P. (2002). School consultation. In B. Erford (Ed.), Professional school counseling on the cutting edge (pp. 171-190). Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Book Review/Editorial Reviews Green, A.G. (2003). [Review of the book Celebrating diversity: Building self-esteem in today’s multicultural classrooms. Siccone (1995)]. International Journal of Counseling, 25(2-3), 193-195. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
2006 ‘Ohana Honors Award, Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ), American Counseling Association.
RESEARCH SUPPORTGreen, A. G. & Tyus, N. C. Exploration of Women’s Lives: Understanding the myriad of factors impacting the lives of women and their children in Baltimore, Maryland, JHU Urban Health Institute, August 2007-January 2008 Rosenberg, M. S., & Green, A. G. Leadership in Urban School Reform. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services, U.S. Department of Education, October 1, 2004 – September 2008 ($768,668) Green, A. G. & Keys, S. G. Project Inspiration. Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, U.S.
Department of Education, September 1, 2000 – September 2003 ($1,186,483) Miller, L., Repa, T., & Green, A. G. New York City Safe and Drug Free Schools Data Project. Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, U.S. Department of Education, April 1998- September 2000 ($1,689,000) Green, A. G. Adolescent Stressors, Coping Responses, and Psychological Adjustment in Guyana. September 1995 – August 1996, J. W. Fulbright Student Fellowship.
Green, A. G. California State University Pre-Doctoral Internship Program Research Fellow, December 1991 – August 1992 ($5000)
SELECTED NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONSGreen, A. G. (January, 2006). Urban school counseling: Implications for curriculum and training. Presented at the, School Counseling in Urban Areas Conference, University of Maryland/National Office of School Counselor Advocacy (UMD/NOSCA) College Board, College Park, MD.
Lewis, C. W., Moore, J. L., Green, A. G., et al. (April, 2005). Promoting academic achievement for African American students in K-12 urban settings: Implications for teachers, counselors, social workers, psychologists, and administrators. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Canada.
Lindsey, M., Green A., & Thomas, D. (November, 2004). A community-based intervention for high-risk African-American adolescent males. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Public Health Association (APHA), Washington, DC.
Moore, J. L, Portman, T., Green, A. G., et al. (June, 2004). A comprehensive analysis of
school counseling with students of color and other diverse student populations:
Perspectives from up-and-coming counselor educators. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American School Counseling Association (ASCA), Reno, NV.
Green, A. G. (March, 2004). Reflecting on the gap: Perceptions of achievement and the disconnection between students and teachers. Presented at the Dunbar High School Professional Development Content Seminar, Baltimore, MD.
Moore, J. L., Green, A. G., et al. (March, 2003). Speaking to the power structure: A town meeting with up-and-coming African American counselors. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association (ACA), Anaheim, CA.
Hanna, F. J., & Green, A. (October, 2002). Expanding the scope of multicultural counseling.
Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), Park City, UT.
Moore, J. L, Jackson, M., Green, A.G., et al. (March, 2002). Sharing, disclosing, and teaching: A roundtable summit for African American males in counseling. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association (ACA), San Antonio, TX.
Green, A. G., Keys, S. G., Ibrahim, F. A., & Brittingham, K. (2002). The development and implementation of an urban school counseling model. Presented at the 2002 Conference of the American Counseling Association (ACA), San Antonio, TX.
Green, A. G. & Nikar K. (1993, July). Crack Cocaine Treatment Perspectives. Presented at the Guyana Conference on Substance Treatment Symposium, Guyana, South America.
CONSULTANCIES/PROJECT EVALUATIONS/COMMUNITY SERVICE
• St. Maarten Dare To Be A King –Youth Violence Initiative
• Provost Advisory Committee, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD - Member
• Advocates for Children and Youth, Baltimore, MD - Board Member
• PRAISE Academy, Urban Leadership Institute, Baltimore, MD - Project Evaluator
• Community Social Mapping Project, East Baltimore Education Initiative, East Baltimore Development, Inc. - Coordinator
• Maryland State Department of Education, Baltimore, MD - Disproportionality in Special Education IDEA Partnership
• Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center, Baltimore, MD - Consultant
• Charles H. Hickey, Jr. School - Consultant
• ConneXions Academy, Baltimore, MD - Consultant
• Empowerment Academy Charter School - Executive Board Liaison
• Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, Baltimore, MD - Participatory Action Research Project
• West Baltimore Middle School, Baltimore, MD - Targeted Student Support Services Project
• Malcolm X Middle School, Washington, DC – School-Based Mental Health Behavioral Support Program
• Meade Middle School, Annapolis, MD – Community Partnership Initiative
• Merritt Education Center, Washington, DC - School-Based Mental Health Behavioral Support Program
• Phoenix Project Georgetown, Guyana NGO - Crack Cocaine Treatment in Guyana
COURSES TAUGHT IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION
860.631 Counselor as a Consumer of Research (Independent Study)
861.502 Theory and Practice of Counseling
861.504 Group Counseling in Urban Schools
861.712 Advanced Techniques
863.526 Practices of Counseling Young Children (Independent Study)
863.633 Legal and Ethical Aspects of School Counseling in the Urban Environment
863.607 Multicultural Counseling Issues and Interventions
863.610 Counseling Urban Families
863.619 Introduction to School Counseling in Urban Settings
863.681 Research and Evaluation for Counselors
863.682 Program Evaluation and Research
863.820 Internship in School Counseling
863.820 Internship in School Counseling
863.830 Graduate Project in Counseling
871.816 Research Practicum in Special Education
884.615 Education of Culturally Diverse Students (doctoral level)
863.676 Spirituality, Culture and Counseling
American Black Psychologists Association American Counseling Association American Education Research Association American School Counseling Association
David Capuzzi, PhD Professor Emeritus of Counselor Education Portland State University Former President American Counseling Association 10 Yorick, Lake Oswego, OR 97035 (971) 219-0915 (Cell), (503) 636-4466 (Home) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Lila Jacobs, PhD Professor, Department of Educational Leadership California Sate University, Sacramento College of Education, Eureka Hall, Room 437, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819-6079 (916) 278-7023 (Office) Email: email@example.com Susan Keys, PhDExecutive Director Inspire USA Foundation 657 Mission Street, Suite 507 San Francisco, CA 94105 o. 415-495-4300 m. 541-728-8950 www.inspireusafoundation.org Revised November 2008