Julii Green, Ph.D.

​Assistant Professor, Alliant International University/CSPP Research Associate, CIHED

Email: jgreen@alliant.edu

Julii M. Green, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at Alliant International University/CSPP in San Diego and a research associate within CiHED. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of North Dakota. She completed her APA accredited internship at Sharp Healthcare, and her postdoctoral training at PIRE/UC Berkeley School of Public Health and UC San Francisco, Child Trauma Research Program. Dr. Green is actively engaged in research, teaching, clinical practice, and service to the profession. Her research is focused on intimate partner violence; Native American, Alaska Native, and Indigenous mental health and wellness; ethnicity and underage substance use; attachment and trauma as well as its impact on diverse families; and mixed methodology. She is actively engaged in advocacy through her participation in the San Diego DV Council, the UC Berkeley Reproductive Justice Working Group, and APA governance. Dr. Green was the 2012 recipient of the University of North Dakota’s Allery Award for Native Research.

Project Summary

Research interests include intimate partner violence and ethnically diverse families (specifically Native American and African American); trauma and attachment among Native American families; multicultural and community psychology. Current and future projects include tribe-directed research addressing intimate partner violence, mental health, and wellness; ethnicity and underage substance use, as well as child welfare system involvement in the context of trauma, attachment, and resilience. Dr. Green is involved in advocacy focused on feminism and women's issues (e.g., reproductive justice) and cultural competency in mental health services. Finally, she is committed to community-based participatory action research and mixed methods research.