Jennifer Greif Green

Assistant Professor in Special Education, Boston University School of Education

Jennifer Greif Green focuses her research and clinical work on prevention, assessment, and interventions for children with emotional and behavioral disorders in schools. Green is currently developing a line of research that addresses how schools can most effectively assess social and emotional problems to inform school-wide interventions and improve the identification of students most in need of mental health services. Green’s research interests also include studies of school bullying/school violence, the diagnosis of psychiatric disorders in adolescents, and the effectiveness of neuropsychological evaluations for improving outcomes and services for children with learning disabilities. A clinical psychologist by training, Green completed her doctorate at the University of California, Santa Barbara, trained at Yale School of Medicine, and in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School.

Hear from Jennifer Greif Green and Melissa Holt in Beyond Bullying is Bad: How Educators Can Understand and Respond to the Real World Complexities of Bullying.