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Michael Jeffrey Green, American Psychologist, consultant, administrator ( hlth: hlth. service, Cons.)psychologist, consultant, administrator. Member Zoning Board Appeals, Middleboro, 1983-1989, town manager selection committee, Middleboro, 1985; Member Massachusetts Bar Association (teaching faculty 1986), National Association Group Psychotherapy, American Psychotherapy Association (diplomate), N.E. Group Psychotherapy Association.

Background

Green, Michael Jeffrey was born on July 9, 1942 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Bernard and Ruth (Paretsky) Green.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Babson College, 1964. Juris Doctor, Boston University, 1967. Master of Education, Boston College, 1970.

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University St. Moritz, London, 1998.

Career

Assistant athletic director Babson College, Babson Park, Massachusetts, 1966-1968. Director student activities Bryant & Stratton Junior College, Boston, 1968-1969. Director West Campus, Boston University, 1969-1972.

Clinical director Brockton (Massachusetts) Area Drug Program, 1972-1974. Psychologist, administrator Brockton Multi Service, 1974-1978. Director, psychologist Family Counseling Associates, Taunton, since 1978.

Director youth programs Volunteer of America, Boston, 1993—1994, director of operations, 1994—1997, chief operating officer, 1997—2001. Board directors Massachusetts Council Family Mediation, Boston, 1984—1990, Community Choice Behavioral health Network, Boston, 1997—2000. Consultant Bridgewater Schools, Massachusetts, 1984—1989, Bristol-Plymouth Voke, 1985—1994.

With Volumes American, 1991—1993. Clinical director The Road Back, 1989—1990, director, since 1990. Member Massachusetts Professional Recovery Program Advisory Board, since 2000.

Membership

Member Zoning Board Appeals, Middleboro, 1983—1989, town manager selection committee, Middleboro, 1985. Executive director New England Intercoll. Soccer League, Boston, 1967—1972.

Water safety instructor-trainer American Red Cross, 1966—1985. President Friends of Middleboro Public Library., 1985—1987, 1988—1990, vice president, 1990—1993, board directors, 1987—1992, Community Choice, since 1995. Member Massachusetts Bar Association (teaching faculty 1986), National Association Group Psychotherapy, American Psychotherapy Association (diplomate), Northeast Group Psychotherapy Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, reading, writing professional articles, music.