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Susan Green

Clinical Associate Professor and Co-director of the Institute on Trauma and Trauma-informed Care

"My work is concentrated on trauma and trauma-informed care across the lifespan within communities and organizations. We now have tools to help people heal from trauma and to avoid retraumatizing those seeking help. What an honor to be in a position of helping people recognize the possibilities in our work."

Contact Information

664 Baldy Hall
Amherst, NY 14260
Phone: 716-645-1249
Fax: 716-645-3456
Email: sagreen@buffalo.edu

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Contact Information

664 Baldy Hall, Amherst, NY 14260 (view map)
Phone: 716-645-1249; Fax: 716-645-3456
Email: sagreen@buffalo.edu

Education

  • MSW, Master of Social Work, University at Buffalo (1988)
  • BS, Special Education and Sociology, University of Geneseo (1983)

Professional/Research Interests

Children and families; child welfare; community

Biography

Susan A. Green, LCSW, is currently a clinical associate professor at the UB School of Social Work. She is certified as an EMDR therapist and certified in Advanced Critical Incident Stress Management and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Green teaches or has taught courses in social work interventions with children, adults, families, groups and communities; trauma theory and treatment; risk and resilience; and diversity. She is committed to the integration of theory with practice as she combines full-time teaching and training with clinical practice. Green has been working with various groups and individuals for more than 20 years as both a special educator and social worker.

UB Reporter Article

Green chosen for leadership role

The Health Foundation of Western and Central New York has chosen School of Social Work faculty member Susan A. Green to take part in its Health Leadership Fellows Program, recognizing her influence in community health and investing in her expanding role addressing the health of elders and children living in poverty.

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