Mark Green, MD
I’m a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and psychopharmacologist. My approach to psychotherapy is relational, pragmatic, structured, direct, and emotionally vivid. As a psychopharmacologist, I shape treatments in a modern way, without taking undue risks. I utilize what’s tried and tested, imaginatively minimizing side effects. I’m trained in many modalities: psychoanalytic, cognitive behavioral, solution-focused, motivational, hypnosis, and others. I’ve also been trained in AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy).
After training in neurobiology with highest honors, I completed my medical degree at University College London. I came to the United States to train in psychiatry and addiction (Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell Medical Center), and have done research in the neurobiology of addiction at Rockefeller University. I have been a faculty member at Cornell, Vermont, and, Harvard Medical Schools. I am dually boarded by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in general psychiatry and addiction psychiatry.
Since graduating in 1999, I have established and led addiction treatment programs (NYC, Vermont), directed evidence-based dual disorders programs, overhauled national addiction and pain programs (Kaiser Permanente, Colorado), and treated thousands of patients. I have written articles in neurobiology, psychiatry, and addictions, and have lectured at major conferences nationwide. I am especially interested in helping other physicians provide excellent and compassionate care to patients with chronic pain and opioid misuse.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.