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Amy Green

Title(s)Assistant Adjunct Professor, Psychiatry
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    Amy Green, PhD is a clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor at UC San Diego and the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC).

    Dr. Green has also had a long standing interest in child and family mental health services research, with a focus on the impact of health policies and reducing disparities for high-risk youth. She began her research career by examining risk and protective factors among school-aged youth, positive youth development, and community/school-based prevention. Her pre-doctoral clinical internship focused specifically on public sector care, mental health policy, and advocacy. Since joining CASRC in 2009, Dr. Green has worked on research related to the implementation, adaptation, and sustainment of evidence-based practices in public sector settings for youth and families, with a focus on systemic and policy factors. Dr. Green’s most recent work examines ways to reduce disparities for LGBTQ populations including the implementation of strategies to support LGBTQ youth in schools settings and the implementation of organization change strategies to improve services for LGBTQ populations in primary care.

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    1. Dishop CR, Green AE, Torres E, Aarons GA. Predicting Turnover: The Moderating Effect of Functional Climates on Emotional Exhaustion and Work Attitudes. Community Ment Health J. 2019 Jul; 55(5):733-741. PMID: 31127420.
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    2. Jaramillo ET, Willging CE, Green AE, Gunderson LM, Fettes DL, Aarons GA. "Creative Financing": Funding Evidence-Based Interventions in Human Service Systems. J Behav Health Serv Res. 2018 Dec 10. PMID: 30535899.
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    3. Green AE, Willging CE, Ramos MM, Shattuck D, Gunderson L. Factors Impacting Implementation of Evidence-Based Strategies to Create Safe and Supportive Schools for Sexual and Gender Minority Students. J Adolesc Health. 2018 Nov; 63(5):643-648. PMID: 30205932.
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    4. Willging CE, Gunderson L, Green AE, Jaramillo ET, Garrison L, Ehrhart MG, Aarons GA. Perspectives from Community-Based Organizational Managers on Implementing and Sustaining Evidence-Based Interventions in Child Welfare. Hum Serv Organ Manag Leadersh Gov. 2018; 42(4):359-379. PMID: 31179349.
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    5. Ehrhart MG, Torres EM, Green AE, Trott EM, Willging CE, Moullin JC, Aarons GA. Leading for the long haul: a mixed-method evaluation of the Sustainment Leadership Scale (SLS). Implement Sci. 2018 01 19; 13(1):17. PMID: 29351767.
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    6. Gunderson LM, Willging CE, Trott Jaramillo EM, Green AE, Fettes DL, Hect DB, Aarons GA. The good coach: implementation and sustainment factors that affect coaching as evidence-based intervention fidelity support. J Child Serv. 2018; 13(1):1-17. PMID: 30906421.
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    7. Aarons GA, Ehrhart MG, Moullin JC, Torres EM, Green AE. Testing the leadership and organizational change for implementation (LOCI) intervention in substance abuse treatment: a cluster randomized trial study protocol. Implement Sci. 2017 03 03; 12(1):29. PMID: 28253900.
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    8. Aarons GA, Green AE, Trott E, Willging CE, Torres EM, Ehrhart MG, Roesch SC. The Roles of System and Organizational Leadership in System-Wide Evidence-Based Intervention Sustainment: A Mixed-Method Study. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2016 11; 43(6):991-1008. PMID: 27439504.
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    9. Willging CE, Green AE, Ramos MM. Implementing school nursing strategies to reduce LGBTQ adolescent suicide: a randomized cluster trial study protocol. Implement Sci. 2016 10 22; 11(1):145. PMID: 27770819.
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    10. Green AE, Ferrand J, Aarons GA. Functioning Among Youth with Comorbid Mood Disorder and Chronic Physical Illness in Public Sector Care. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2016 Oct; 37(8):637-646. PMID: 27680986.
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    11. Willging CE, Aarons GA, Trott EM, Green AE, Finn N, Ehrhart MG, Hecht DB. Contracting and Procurement for Evidence-Based Interventions in Public-Sector Human Services: A Case Study. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2016 09; 43(5):675-692. PMID: 26386977.
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    12. Green AE, Dishop CR, Aarons GA. Organizational Stress as Moderator of Relationship Between Mental Health Provider Adaptability and Organizational Commitment. Psychiatr Serv. 2016 10 01; 67(10):1103-1108. PMID: 27301760.
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    13. Green AE, Trott E, Willging CE, Finn NK, Ehrhart MG, Aarons GA. The role of collaborations in sustaining an evidence-based intervention to reduce child neglect. Child Abuse Negl. 2016 Mar; 53:4-16. PMID: 26712422.
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    14. Willging CE, Trott EM, Fettes D, Gunderson L, Green AE, Myers R, Hurlburt MS, Aarons GA. Research-Supported Intervention and Discretion Among Frontline Workers Implementing Home Visitation Services. Res Soc Work Pract. 2017 Oct; 27(6):664-675. PMID: 28947872.
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    15. Willging, C. E., Trott, E. M., Fettes, D., Gunderson, L., Green, A. E., Hurlburt, M. S., & Aarons, G. A.Research-Supported Intervention and Discretion Among Frontline Workers Implementing Home Visitation Services. Research on Social Work Practice. 2015.
    16. Aarons GA, Green AE, Willging CE, Ehrhart MG, Roesch SC, Hecht DB, Chaffin MJ. Mixed-method study of a conceptual model of evidence-based intervention sustainment across multiple public-sector service settings. Implement Sci. 2014 Dec 10; 9:183. PMID: 25490886.
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    17. Willging CE, Green AE, Gunderson L, Chaffin M, Aarons GA. From a "perfect storm" to "smooth sailing": policymaker perspectives on implementation and sustainment of an evidence-based practice in two states. Child Maltreat. 2015 Feb; 20(1):24-36. PMID: 25125232.
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    18. Green AE, Albanese BJ, Shapiro NM, Aarons GA. The roles of individual and organizational factors in burnout among community-based mental health service providers. Psychol Serv. 2014 Feb; 11(1):41-9. PMID: 24564442; PMCID: PMC4294456.
    19. Green AE, Albanese BJ, Cafri G, Aarons GA. Leadership, organizational climate, and working alliance in a children's mental health service system. Community Ment Health J. 2014 Oct; 50(7):771-7. PMID: 24323137; PMCID: PMC4294429.
    20. Fettes DL, Aarons GA, Green AE. Higher rates of adolescent substance use in child welfare versus community populations in the United States. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2013 Nov; 74(6):825-34. PMID: 24172108; PMCID: PMC3817044.
    21. Novins DK, Green AE, Legha RK, Aarons GA. Dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices for child and adolescent mental health: a systematic review. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2013 Oct; 52(10):1009-1025.e18. PMID: 24074468; PMCID: PMC3922894.
    22. Aarons, G.A., Miller, E.A., Green, A.E., Perrott, J.A., & Bradway, R.Adaptation happens: A qualitative case study of implementation of The Incredible Years evidence-based parent training program in a residential substance abuse treatment program. Journal of Children Services. 2013; 4(7):233-245.
    23. Green AE, Fettes DL, Aarons GA. A concept mapping approach to guide and understand dissemination and implementation. J Behav Health Serv Res. 2012 Oct; 39(4):362-73. PMID: 22892987; PMCID: PMC3841108.
    24. Aarons GA, Green AE, Palinkas LA, Self-Brown S, Whitaker DJ, Lutzker JR, Silovsky JF, Hecht DB, Chaffin MJ. Dynamic adaptation process to implement an evidence-based child maltreatment intervention. Implement Sci. 2012 Apr 18; 7:32. PMID: 22512914; PMCID: PMC3436717.
    25. Green AE, Miller EA, Aarons GA. Transformational leadership moderates the relationship between emotional exhaustion and turnover intention among community mental health providers. Community Ment Health J. 2013 Aug; 49(4):373-9. PMID: 22052429; PMCID: PMC4209723.
    26. Green AE, Aarons GA. A comparison of policy and direct practice stakeholder perceptions of factors affecting evidence-based practice implementation using concept mapping. Implement Sci. 2011 Sep 07; 6:104. PMID: 21899754; PMCID: PMC3178500.
    27. Miller EA, Green AE, Fettes DL, Aarons GA. Prevalence of maltreatment among youths in public sectors of care. Child Maltreat. 2011 Aug; 16(3):196-204. PMID: 21803778.
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    28. Green AE, Bekman NM, Miller EA, Perrott JA, Brown SA, Aarons GA. Parental awareness of substance use among youths in public service sectors. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2011 Jan; 72(1):44-52. PMID: 21138710; PMCID: PMC3001680.
    29. Aarons, G.A., Covert, J. Skriner, L.C., Green, A., Marto, D., Garland, A.F., Landsverk, J.The eye of the beholder: Youth and parents differ on what matters in mental health services. Administration and Policy in Mental Health. 2010; (37):459-467.
    30. Stiles PG, Boothroyd RA, Dhont K, Beiler PF, Green AE. Adherence to practice guidelines, clinical outcomes, and costs among Medicaid enrollees with severe mental illnesses. Eval Health Prof. 2009 Mar; 32(1):69-89. PMID: 19164300.
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    31. Wienke Totura CM, Green AE, Karver MS, Gesten EL. Multiple informants in the assessment of psychological, behavioral, and academic correlates of bullying and victimization in middle school. J Adolesc. 2009 Apr; 32(2):193-211. PMID: 18801565.
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    32. Green, A. Gesten, E.L., Greenwald, M., & Salcedo, O.Predicting delinquency in adolescence and young adulthood: A longitudinal analysis of early risk factors. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 2008; (6):323-342.
    33. Wilson KM, Klein JD, Sesselberg TS, Yussman SM, Markow DB, Green AE, West JC, Gray NJ. Use of complementary medicine and dietary supplements among U.S. adolescents. J Adolesc Health. 2006 Apr; 38(4):385-94. PMID: 16549299.
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    34. Friedman, R.M., Pinto, M., Behar, L., Bush, N., Chirolla, A., Epstein, M., Green, A., Hawkins, P., Huff, B., Huffine, C., Mohr, W., Seltzer, T., Vaughn, C., Whitehead, C., & Kloker Young, C.Unlicensed residential programs: The next challenge for in protecting youth. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 2006; (76):295-303.