Dr. Barbara Green brings more than 30 years of clinical experience to her work with individuals and families.
Dr. Green provides supervision and training to others in her field and is committed to developing the next generation of clinicians. She finds the supervision to be a mutual learning process.
In her role as a researcher, Dr. Green is grounded in and committed to data driven information and cutting edge training and literature.
For the past several years, Dr. Green has been developing and co-leading Montana: Nature and Nurture, a series of retreats held in the magical location of Paradise Valley, Montana.
Barbara J. Green, PhD
“I’m passionate about helping individuals benefit from well-researched and effective approaches to mental health and overall wellbeing.”
She has a clinical approach that incorporates research-based interventions with a developmental/systems orientation and skill-based strategies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Lifestyle Management among others.
Years of research have shown us that a combination of psychotherapy with meditation, exercise, healthy nutrition, restful sleep, yoga, massage, and other self-care measures leads to a vastly higher quality of life.
Life Transitions & Passages
Life Transitions & Passages
Life is a series of transitions as we navigate from one stage to the next. Some passages are natural and expected, like committing to a life partner or spouse, or having children.
The entire course of our life span is lived in relation to others: to our parents, spouses or partners, children, siblings, work mates and community members.
Adult ADD often presents individuals with an array of challenges such as disorganization, chronic lateness, and short attention span.
We learn life’s lessons one moment at a time and learn to live in the moment, one moment at a time. Covid has certainly taught us many things, including the need to be mentally and emotionally agile as unexpected change and uncertainty became the normative driving...
We have navigated “Celebration Season” and can now turn our attention to months of July and August. This summer represents the first time in three years that we can live life a bit outside the “Covid Bubble”. With that, it may be that we have greater expectations...
Youth Health Connection is devoting this June 2022 issue of our newsletter to Digital Well Being: Teaching Youth and Parents and Keeping Youth Safe. We know that electronics have become ubiquitous in our daily lives. We live in a digital world. Our lives are...
“Barbara Green, a licensed psychologist who co-founded the Center for Integrative Counseling and Wellness in Hingham nearly a decade ago, said there is a clear link between adolescent use of social media and increasing reports of anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. Reports of eating disorders, body image issues, suicidal thoughts and other problems have increased, Green said. When children use social media, posts spread quickly, often without supervision.”