Dr Green is a Chartered Consultant Clinical, Forensic and Neuro-Psychologist. He currently holds clinical appointments in the Forensic Service of South West London and St. George's NHS Foundation Trust and runs a long established private clinical practice. Additionally, he holds the posts of Honorary Lecturer and Researcher in the Psychology Department at Kings College London and the Institute of Psychiatry in London, where he teaches and supervises trainee Psychologists.
Previously, he has been appointed as Head of Psychology and Psychological Therapies for The Dene and Pelham Woods hospitals, which are part of the Partnerships in Care group. These hospitals provide secure unit care for male and female Mentally Disordered Offenders. Previously he worked at Oakview Hospital for Adolescents with behavioural and mental health difficulties. He was previously employed as Head of Psychological and Talking Therapies in Forensic Services of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
He has over 20 years experience assessing and treating mentally disordered offenders in addition to commenting upon psychological issues pertinent to offending for Court purposes. He has many years experience in assessing and treating sex offenders with and without formal mental disorder.
He also has several years' experience in the assessment and treatment of individuals who have suffered extreme trauma and has conducted assessments in matters of criminal injuries compensation and asylum. He has extensive experience preparing reports for a number of different Courts, both civil and criminal, including immigration tribunals. He conducts Court assessments around 120 times per year has appeared to give evidence many times, having been instructed by both the defence and prosecution.
He has conducted assessments of inmates on death row in the Caribbean in cases of appeal before the Privy Council.
He is published in the area of psychological assessment and treatment of offenders, development of psychometric assessment and recovery focused treatment.