Beverly Greene, PhD, ABPP is a Professor of Psychology at St. John’s University, and a practicing clinical psychologist in New York City. A Fellow of the American Psychological Association, she is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology (American Board of Professional Psychology), a Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Psychology and is a licensed psychologist in New York and New Jersey.
Dr. Greene is the author of over one hundred scholarly publications of which twelve have received national awards for making significant and distinguished contributions to psychological literature. She is also the recipient of nearly 40 national awards for distinguished contributions in scholarship, teaching and mentoring, leadership, service and advocacy in the form of longstanding pioneering professional contributions to the development of greater understandings of the intersections of race, gender, sexual orientation and social marginalization in psychotherapy and the development of multiple identity/intersectional paradigms.
Her groundbreaking theoretical formulations have forcefully advocated for the deepening of competencies in working toward the greater integration of psychological theory, research, practice and social justice and provides a public health framework for understanding and providing mental health services to many of society’s most marginalized members.