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Julii Green


Julii M. Green, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at California School of Professional Psychology/Alliant International University, San Diego in the Clinical PsyD Department. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of North Dakota. She then completed postdoctoral fellowships at the Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation/UC Berkeley School of Public Health and UC San Francisco in the Child Trauma Research Center. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Howard University and a master of science in Psychology from CSPP/Alliant International University-San Diego. Her research focuses on underage drinking among Southern California Native youth, intimate partner violence and its impact on Native American mother-daughter attachment relationships, Intergenerational access to welfare systems and attachment patterns, health disparities among ethnically diverse populations, and AI/AN mental health disparities. She is a member of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, which provides consultation and support to communities regarding family violence. She leads a research team within CSPP/AIU (Clinical PsyD Dept) devoted to the well-being of ethnically diverse communities, including Native American/Indigenous communities, and medically underserved populations. She is a Society of Indian Psychologists (SIP) Leadership Development Institute Fellow. Additionally, she is the current president of APA Div. 35 section 6 (American Indian, Alaska Native, and Indigenous women).

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