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Anthony Greene, Ph.D. - Fielding Graduate University. Gainesville, FL, US

Anthony Greene, Ph.D.

Faculty Trustee & Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Gainesville, FL, UNITED STATES

Psychological/social factors for male “at risk” youth; chronic pain research; competence in treating clients of different cultural origins





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Anthony Greene, PhD is a member of the doctoral faculty in the School of Psychology.

Industry Expertise (4)

Mental Health Care


Training and Development


Areas of Expertise (11)

Health Psychology

Multicultural Psychology

Psychological Assessment

Interpersonal Violence

Anger and Psychopathology

Emotions and Health

Clinical and Health Psychology

Anger Management

Biological Bases of Behavior

Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior


Accomplishments (3)

(2001) Humanitarian of the Year Award (professional)

Awarded by Bahai’ of Greater Gainesville, FL

(1996) Ebony Appreciation Award for Community Service (professional)

Awarded by United Ebony Society, Gainesville, FL

(1992) Five Star Salute (professional)

Presented by the Cultural Arts Coalition, Gainesville, FL

Education (1)

University of South Florida (APA Approved): PhD, Clinical & Health Psychology 1988

Affiliations (11)

  • American Psychological Association (38, 45, 48) : Member
  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society : Member
  • Abiding Faith Christian Church : Treasurer, Board of Directors
  • University of Florida : Adjunct Faculty
  • Cultural Arts Coalition, Inc. : Board Member
  • UF Association of Black Faculty and Staff : Pres. 2005-07, Treas. 2009-11
  • Black AIDS Services and Education, Inc. : Board Officer 2004-present
  • The Preserve (Safe House for Youth) : President, Board of Directors 2005-07
  • Cultural Arts Coalition : President, Board of Directors 1999-2014
  • African American Artisan's Guild : Member
  • Florida Psychological Association : Chapter President, 1997-98

Media Appearances (1)

More young women using ADHD medications, study says

The Alligator  online


Anthony Greene, a psychologist at the UF’s Counseling & Wellness Center, said there are two patterns of ADHD. One pattern presents difficulty in focusing and maintaining concentration, and the other is seen in impulsivity and hyperactivity. “Most of the students I interview suggest ADHD interferes with their functioning,” Greene said. He said students can have difficulties ranging from trouble holding casual conversations to zoning out in class. “They can have to restart and reread things, which can take them three to five times as long to get through study materials as their peers,” he said...

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Event Appearances (8)

Mentoring Black Men: Gender Politics.

(2018). The 7th International Colloquium on Black Males in Education  Dublin, Ireland.

Mentoring Black Professionals: Models and Methods.

(2014). Annual Conference of the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education  Charleston, SC.

Anger expression in criminally delinquent adolescents.

(2014). Texas Psychological Association  Dallas, TX

The effects of counseling on healthy anger expression in adolescents

(2013). American Psychological Association  Washington, DC.

Anger expression in adolescents who play organized sports.

(2013). Florida Psychological Association  Tampa, FL.

Adolescent GPA and Anger Expression.

(2013). Fielding Graduate University National Session  Alexandria, VA.

Culturally responsive training: Lessons from a multiculturally conscious training program.

(2011). 1st Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology  Nassau, Bahamas.

Defining and assessing behavior problems among African American children: culturally sensitive approaches

(2000) Forty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association  New Orleans, LA

Articles (8)

Optimizing Chronic Pain Treatment with Enhanced Neuroplastic Responsiveness: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.


Pratscher, S., Mickle, A., Marks, J., Rocha, H., Bartsch, F., Schmidt, J., Tejera, L., Garcia, S., Custodero, C., Jean, F., Garvan, C., Johnson, A., Pop, R., Greene, A., Woods, A., Staud, R. , Fillingim, R., Keil, A., & Sibille, K. (2021).


Preparing physicians for the 21st century: Targeting communication skills and the promotion of health behavior change

Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education

Sibille, K.A., Greene, A.F., & Bush, J.E. (2010).


The Iconoclastic Black Male.

Lambert Academic Publishing: New York.

Greene, A.F. & Coles, C.J. (2010).


Competencies for providing services to dissimilar clients

(2004) Cross-Cultural Psychotherapy Negy, C. (ed.), , 23-35. Bent Tree Press: Reno.

Greene, A.F.


An EAP treatment paradigm for African American women

(2002) Employee Assistance Quarterly


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The relationship between personality, anger expression, and perceived family control among incarcerated male juveniles

(2002) Adolescence


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Psychological correlates of mental stress induced ischemia in the laboratory

(2000) Journal of Health Psychology Vol. 5, 75-85.

Ketterer, M., Freedland, K., Krantz, D., Kaufmann, P., Forman, S., Greene, A., Raczynski, J., Knatterud, G., Light, K., Carney, R., Stone, P., Becker, L., Sheps, D.


Multicultural competence: Criteria and case examples.

(2000) Professional Psychology: Research and Practice


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