Shelley's Articles

Sexuality/Sex Therapy

Flemons, D. & Green, S. (2013). Relational sex therapy. In A. Rambo, C. West, A. Schooley, & T. Boyd (Eds.). Family therapy review: Contrasting contemporary models. New York: Taylor and Francis.

Flemons, D., & Green, S. (1998). Hanging on to letting go: A relational approach to sex therapy. In W. J. Matthews & J. H. Edgette (Eds.), Current thinking and research in brief therapy, vol. 2 (pp. 29-56). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Green, S., & Sollie, D. (1989). Long-term effects of a church-based sex education program on adolescent communication. Family Relations, 38(2), 152-156.

Green, S., & Bobele, M. (1988). An interactional approach to marital infidelity: Including the other woman in therapy. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 7(4), 35-47.

AIDS/HIV

Green, S. (1997). Introduction: Special section on AIDS/HIV. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 16(1), 1-5.

Green, S. (1997). An interview with Robert Bor. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 16(1), 36-45.

Green, S., Bobele, M . (1994). Family therapists' response to AIDS: An examination of attitudes toward AIDS, Persons with AIDS (PWAs), and Homosexuals. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 20(4), 349-367.

Green, S., Dixon, P., & Gold-Neil, V. (1993). The effects of a gay/lesbian panel discussion on college student attitudes toward gay men, lesbians, and persons with AIDS (PWAs). Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 19(1), pp. 47-63.

Therapy

Green, S. (2011). Power or pattern? A brief, relational approach. Family Therapy Magazine, Nov./Dec.

Green, S. (2013). Horses and families: Bringing equine assisted approaches to family therapy. In A. Rambo, T. Boyd, A. Schooley & C. West (Eds.). Family therapy review: Contrasting contemporary models. New York: Taylor and Francis.

Reiter, M. & Green, S. (2013). Milan systemic family therapy. In M. Reiter (Ed.) Case conceptualization in family therapy. Boston: Pearson Publications.

Green, S., Cox, J., & Rhodes, K. (1998). A trilogy of changes initiated by The Amazing Brainiac. In F. Thomas & T. Nelson (Eds.), Tales from treating families (pp. 265-276). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Green, S. (1994). The triplet who couldn't be: A matter of language. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 13(1), pp. 51-64. Reprinted as: (1994) Drillinge konnten sie nicht sein: Eine sprachliche Angelegenheit? Zeitschrift fur systemische therapie, 12(3), 156-166.

Bobele, M., Chenail, R., Douthit, P., Green, S., & Stulberg, T. (1989). An interacting team model of therapy.Zeitschrift fur systemische therapie, 3, 146-153.

Green, S., & Brown-Standridge, M. (1989). Inferring the relational system: Interactional therapy within a constructivist paradigm. Family Therapy, 16(2), 99-111.

Supervision

Green, S., Shilts, L, & Bacigalupe, G. (2001). When approved is not enough: Development of a supervision-consultation model. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 27(4). 515-526.

Green, S. & Shilts, L. (2001). Supervisory consultation: Bringing new life to supervision. In B.L. Duncan & J. Sparks (Eds.), Heroic clients, heroic agencies: Partners for change. Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Nova Southeastern University Press.

Flemons, D. G., Green, S. K, & Rambo, A. (1996). Evaluating therapists' practices in a postmodern world: A discussion and a schemeFamily Process, 35, 43-56.