About: David Greene, PhD
David Greene, PhD has been living with type 1 diabetes for over 50 years. He combined his personal experience with his professional during his undergraduate program in psychology (Colorado State University), master’s program in Psychology, Counseling and Guidance (University of Northern Colorado), and PhD in Human Resource Development (Colorado State University). While serving as the program director for adult outpatient and emergency services at Larimer County Mental Health, he provided counseling services for people with chronic illnesses, especially diabetes. For twenty-three years he was professor of psychology at the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth Kansas, and now is the coordinator of the human services program at the University of Northern Colorado. David conducts research on diabetes related issues, particularly emotional adjustment and humor. He and his wife Tammi live in Greeley, a close drive to Denver to visit their son Joshua.
Posts by David Greene, PhD:
- Thanks for Humoring Me (January 15, 2021 - A1c, Humor, Research Study)
- A Volleyball Named Wilson and Diabetes Isolation (December 9, 2019 - Diabetes Burnout, Diabetes Management, Emotional Health, Support)
- To Breed or Not to Breed: the Genetic Risks of Diabetes (February 14, 2019 - Genetics, Personal Essay, Type 1)