PHD KRYSTEN WINTER-GREEN
Private practitioner specialized in pediatric AIDS, in addition to child sexual abuse with a concentration in forensics, diagnostic assessment and treatment with a target population of priest/clergy offenders.
Krysten Winter-Green, Ph.D. is a New Zealander (currently living in the USA) who holds post graduate degrees in Theology, Human Development, Social Work, Religion and Pastoral Psychology.
Doctor Winter-Green was retained as a Pastoral Consultant in the Chicago area where she lectured and taught widely on issues to do with Death and Dying and Bio-Medical Ethics. In 1981, Doctor Winter-Green accepted a position with the Roman Catholic Diocese of the Virgin Islands, and she was retained to operate and manage the Bethlehem Houses Homeless Shelters and supportive services for men, women and children and a Hospice for persons living with AIDS.
In 1993 Doctor Winter-Green was invited to Massachusetts by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River to develop a comprehensive program for persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. She directed a multi-service HIV/AIDS program, was a member of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health AIDS Bureau Leadership Council, a member of several AIDS-related non-profit Boards of Directors, and a consultant to national and international agencies and institutions concerned with the AIDS pandemic.
Doctor Winter-Green also retains a private practice in the United States of America where she specializes in consultation, mediation, and psychotherapy services with a concentration in forensics, diagnostic assessment and treatment with a target population of priest/clergy offenders.