Duane Green, Ph.D.

Duane Green, Ph.DDuane Green, Ph.D., ABPP, FAACP is a board-certified psychologist licensed in Washington and Idaho. He is a Fellow in the Academy of Clinical Psychology. He received his doctorate from USC and then joined the faculty at UCLA. He has been in full-time private practice with Spokane Psychiatry & Psychology, P.S. since 1978. Prior to coming to Spokane, he was an Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology at Duke University Medical Center. Currently, Dr. Green is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, University of Washington Medical School. He is on the staff of several local hospitals. He has served on the Board of Directors and as Treasurer of the American Institute of Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. He is also on the Spokane Residency Faculty and active in teaching and training psychiatric residents during their training. To learn more about Dr. Green read his bio.

Duane Green, Ph.D PsiHis practice focuses on intensive short-term clinical psychotherapy, neuropsychology, rehabilitation and forensic psychology.  He has provided expert testimony involving both civil and criminal matters in Federal and State Court. Duane has provided training and education regarding forensic and clinical issues to several psychological, legal, vocational and insurer groups.

Dr. Green served as Chairman of RehabLogic, Inc., a company that provided assessment, treatment and consultative services for the neurologically impaired patient’s reintegration into the various roles in family, work and community settings.

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