Title: Licensed Psychologist
Company: Green Associates
Location: Washington, D.C., United States
Karen Green, Licensed Psychologist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mental health treatment and consulting.
In 1968, Ms. Green began her career in private practice psychotherapy at Green Associates in Washington, D.C., and additionally garnered experience as a consultant psychologist at the Public Defender Service. Until 1970, she served on the President’s Commission on Obscenity and Pornography. Upon earning her psychology licensure, she began working as a clinical psychologist in private practice in 1972. Currently, Ms. Green employs her expertise as both a psychotherapist at Green Associates and as a private practice psychologist.
In addition to her clinical work, Ms. Green has worked as a consultant psychologist to myriad organizations. From 1981 to 1982, she served Providence Hospital, in 1984, she contributed to New Ventures Incorporated and in 1985 she worked at Hood College. Ms. Green also shared her knowledge at Behavioral Factors Incorporated from 1986 to 1989, and from 1987 to 1990, she acted as a consultant to Associated Health Practitioners. Early in her career, she held a position as a public school psychologist in Washington, D.C., from 1967 to 1968.
Ms. Green pursued her higher education at Duke University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, with distinction, in 1959. She continued her academic pursuits at Boston University, graduating with a Master of Arts in 1960, and until 1963 she completed additional postgraduate coursework at the institution. Concluding her academic pursuits at The American University, Ms. Green received a Master of Arts in literature in 1973, and in addition to her primary career as a psychologist, she has leveraged her experience as an educator. In 1980, she worked as an English teacher for the Maryland School of Art and Design, and since 1991, she has held the post of a professor of literature at the University of the District of Columbia.
Ms. Green is a published author of poetry, short stories and plays, and has also contributed articles to professional journals. Among her writings include her poetry chapbook, “Bloodlines” and her short story “Repetition,” and for her work “These Dead Ladies Are My Friends” she won a playwriting contest in 1983. She was recognized with an Editor’s Choice Award and an Outstanding Achievement in Poetry Award from the National Library of Poetry in 1996, and as a further testament to her success, she has been featured in the 47th and 63rd editions of Who’s Who in America as well as multiple editions of Who’s Who of American Women.
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