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julii green

Dr. Julii Green, is an Eastern Band Cherokee & African American Associate Professor and clinician. She has taught for nine years in the Clinical PsyD Dept. at the California School of Professional Psychology/Alliant International University (San Diego). She teaches Foundations in Multicultural Psychology, Family Therapy with Ethnic Families, and Qualitative Research Methods. She obtained her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of North Dakota and completed postdoctoral studies at UC Berkeley (School of Public Health) and UCSF. Dr. Green has leadership experience within APA Div. 35 (Society of the Psychology of Women), sec. 6 (Alaska Native/American Indian women), is the current member-at-large (Native American slate) within Div.45 and has worked in community mental health for over 15years. She conducts research and advocates in the following areas:  IPV, Native American women and social determinants of health; Indigenous feminist focused-mentorship, as well as strategies to recruit/retain/and assist with the matriculation of ethnically diverse graduate psychology students.

Professional Interests
  • Social Justice and Radical Healing Approaches
  • Indigenous Feminist and Multicultural Psychology
  • Intersectionality and Decolonizing Praxis
Education and Certifications
  • MA, PhD
  • Div 45 ECP Service Award


Professional Activities

  • APA Div 45, Member-At-Large (Native Slate) & CEMA Liaison
  • APA Div 35, AWP/SPW Student Research Paper Award (co-chair) 
  • Co-chair DEI committee (CSPP-Clinical Psychology Dept, San Diego)


Professional and Honorary Memberships

  • APA Div. 35, APA 45, & Div. 2
  • ABPsi (San Diego Chapter)
  • SIP


Community Service

  • AIRO-Mentor
  • Reservation-to-Graduation (R2G) co-Founder 
  • Foundations in Multicultural Psychology
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Family Therapy with Ethnic Families
Scholarship and Contributions to the Field
  • Ross, R., Green, J., & Fuentes, M. (2022). Utilizing a strength-based approach to child maltreatment: Focusing on American Indian and Alaska Native children. Rutgers University Press. 
  • Straits, K., Green, J., Issacs, D., Tehee, M., & Smith, M. (2022). Leading through resilience: Climate change and Indigenous movements. H. Weaver (ed). Handbook of Indigenous Resilience, Routledge. 
  • Estrellado, J., Green, J., Shuman, T., & Staples, J. (2021) Cross-Racial and Intersectional Allyship. Efforts among Psychology Doctoral Programs. Research in Human Development.