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Shelley Green

Dean: Human Development and Family Services

Nova Southeastern University

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Nova Southeastern University

3301 College Ave

Fort Lauderdale, Florida,33314

United States

Company Description

Located in beautiful Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is a dynamic research institution dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and first-professional degree levels. A private, not-fo...more

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Employment History




Context Consultants


American Family Therapy Academy


Family Therapy

Associate Professor


Bachelor of Science Degree

Cornell University

Doctorate Degree

Nova Southeastern University


Nova Southeastern University


Family Therapy

Texas Tech University

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Faculty | Conversation-Fest 2013

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Shelley Green, Ph.D., LMFT,
Shelley Green is a Professor of Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University. She teaches human sexuality and gender, systems theories, and postmodern, social constructionist theory. She also developed and teaches an equine assisted family therapy course.


Shelley Green, Ph.D., LMFT
Training Director Professor at Nova Southeastern University Shelley Green is Professor of Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Green earned her Ph.D. in Family Therapy from Texas Tech University in 1989. Since 1991, she has served as a faculty member at NSU, providing classroom instruction and clinical supervision of master's and doctoral students in the Family Therapy program, and serving as Director of the Doctoral Program from 1996-2001. Dr. Green teaches Human Sexuality and Gender at NSU, in addition to clinical and theory courses. She has published and presented widely in the areas of AIDS/HIV, sexuality, clinical supervision and qualitative research. A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Florida since 1992, she has also been an Approved Supervisor with the AAMFT since 1991. Dr. Green and her husband, Dr. Douglas Flemons, co-edited the book, Quickies: The Handbook of Brief Sex Therapy, published by W.W. Norton. They serve as co-directors of Context Consultants, a private practice in East Fort Lauderdale, where Dr. Green specializes in working with clients' sexual issues

Dr. Rochelle Green - Ida Crown Jewish Academy

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Dr. Shelley Green is Director of 21st Century Teaching and Learning, joining the Academy in fall 2014.
Prior to joining the Academy, Dr. Green served as Division Dean, Program Professor and STEM coordinator at Nova Southeastern University for over 20 years. During that time she started the Jewish Educator's Program where she customized educational programs for Jewish Day Schools. Prior to her work at NSU, Dr. Green taught middle and high school science for 16 years. Dr. Green received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Cornell University and her Masters and Doctorate Degree from Nova Southeastern University. Read more about Dr. Green and her plans to strengthen STEM at ICJA.

Lauryn Salassi Gilliam, Integrapy Inc., Publications and Engagements

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Shelley Green, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Family Therapy (DFT) in the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) and Lauryn Salassi Gilliam, M.S., a doctoral candidate in DFT, presented a workshop entitled "Sex, Lies, and Love: A Both/And Approach to Infidelity, Abuse, and Addiction" at the annual conference of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy in Sacramento, CA.
August 2007: SU Residential Institute Fort Lauderdale, FL. Co-presented with Dr. Shelley Green utilizing a case study of the benefits of a relational model of therapy with a couple experiencing sexual dissatisfaction in their relationship to students and academia at the Nova Southeastern University Residential Institute.


In order to learn how early education teachers can effectively introduce STEM concepts, we sat down with Dr. Shelley Green, a professor of STEM education at Nova Southeastern University to talk about how busy elementary teachers can get a handle on STEM education in a way that's meaningful and effective.
Dr. Green helped us boil it down to the four essential tasks that teachers can do in order to lead their students to successful STEM education. "It's all about changing the lens through which we view our teaching practices," says Green. "Elementary teachers need the opportunity and the confidence to be engineers alongside their students," says Dr. Green. "Community partnerships-both with education businesses and higher education institutions," agrees Dr. Green, "are a key factor in the success of STEM programs." Ideally, school districts should be receiving donated resources from local businesses and higher education institutions should provide hands-on and in-depth training to teachers. "Both have a huge stake in making sure this generation of students can take on the challenges of STEM," says Green. The principles of STEM-critical thinking, asking good questions, observation and exploration-are truly at the heart of every discipline," explains Green. "We need to take a whole-child approach to teaching children about technology," explains Green.

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