"If you can't talk about something, you can't think about something" ~ Eula Bliss

Dr. Green offers professional development workshops and training on a range of diversity and inclusion topics. Dr. Green is capable of providing highly interactive and experiential trainings that empower mental health professionals to address racial trauma and healing. He has also developed trainings that assists schools and mental health settings with identifying barriers to inclusion and solutions for getting unstuck. Dr. Green has also provided trainings on addressing mental health and promoting wellness in educational and business contexts. 

Dr. Green’s approach to training recognizes that addressing diversity and justice issues in any organization can be emotionally challenging. As such, he works to ensure that all participants’ voices are heard and validated. Most importantly, Dr. Green seeks to promote a strengths-based appreciation for diversity, especially among individuals who experience such issues as divisive and negative. Dr. Green leverages his expertise related to diversity in higher education and mental health settings in order to provide services that respect the unique perspectives of institutions requesting his services or consultation.

Previous Trainings
  • Georgia State UniversityDid "That" Just Happen?: People of Color Recognizing & Responding to Race-related Stress
  • Johns Hopkins Applied Physics LaboratoryI Get Diversity, But What is STEM
  • American UniversityAdvising & Working to Promote Inclusive Excellence: Concerns, Barriers & Strategies
  • Texas University Counseling Center Directors AssociationAddresing Racial Trauma: Practice, Supervision & Administrative Considerations for Mental Health Providers
  • Prairie View A&M UniversityAddresing Racial Trauma: Practice, Supervision & Ethical Considerations for Providers
  • USA SwimmingWho Am I? Identity, Power & Allyship
  • United States Naval AcademyThe Ethics of Addressing Racial Trauma in a Mental Health Setting
  • KIPP FoundationEnhancing Resilience: Mental & Emotional Wellness
  • Maryland Psychological AssociationCultivating Community: Who Am I? Who Are We?
  • Management Leadership for TomorrowMental Health in the Workplace
  • Boston CollegeThe Trauma of Racism: Bearing Witness in Supervision & Training
  • University of Michigan National Center for Institutional DiversityResponding to Bias on Campus: Institutional Support for Coping & Healing Among Students of Color
  • Howard County Community CollegeBearing Witness to Racial Trauma: The Role of the Therapist/Supervisor
  • Great Lakes Colleges AssociationRace-related Considerations Pertaining to Building Institutional Capacity for Inclusive Mental Health & Wellness
  • Virginia Commonwealth UniversityTalking about Diversity in College Counseling

“Dr. Green had a wonderful way of “confronting” or being honest without creating shame in the audience and having people shut down.”

- workshop participant, Social Justice in College Counseling Conference

“I loved everything about the training. I particularly enjoyed the way Dr. Green responded to comments in the crowd, modeling reflection and a therapeutic approach to discussing race.”

- workshop participant, Counseling and Career Services Conference

“Carlton was very informative, as a conservative white man, it was important [for me] to hear his perspective.”

- workshop participant, Great Lakes Colleges Association Presidential Summit on Mental Health & Wellness
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