Dr. Greene is an experienced clinician, psychologist, professor and author. He has been recognized with the David Mitchell Award for Outstanding Service to Academic and Community Psychology. His awards include Distinguished Fellow of the New York Psychological Association, Distinguished Service to the New York State Psychological Association and Distinguished Service to the Westchester County Psychological Association. He is a Charter Member of The American Psychological Association Division on Trauma Psychology.
As a member of the Psychology Department at Iona College, Dr Greene had served as Psychology Department chair, and Director of the Mental Health Counseling Program, teaching and supervising.
He earned his doctoral degree at Long Island University and bachelors degree at The Johns Hopkins University.
He is licensed to practice in New York State and Virginia, and registered to provide services in Florida for limited time periods, as needed.
Dr. Greene is a member of the American Psychological Association.
- “Trauma and Relationships” Greene, P. & Phillips, S. Trauma and Relationships. NYSPA Notebook, (2010) 1, 12-13
- “What is Clinical Psychology?” Greene, P., & Levine, E. (2008) Clinical Perspectives 9(1).
- “FDNY Crisis Counseling: Innovative Responses to 9/11 Firefighters, Families, and Communities”, Greene, P., Kane, D., Christ, G., Lynch, S., & Corrigan, M. Hoboken: John Willey & Sons (2006)
- Book Review of “Defiant Teens”, by R.A. Barley, H. Edwards, and A.L. Robin (1999) appeared in The Family Psychologist. Fall 1999
- The Psychological Autopsy as a Tool in Student Development. Grieger, I. & Greene, P. The Journal of Student Development. July/August 1998, Vol. 39 No. 4
- Psychological and Dental Case Studies of Patients Reporting “No Bite”. with M. Gelb. American Academy of Orofacial Pain, 20th Annual Scientific Meeting on Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorders. February, 1995.