Dr. Greenlee is a Harvard trained board certified Adult and Consult Liaison Psychiatrist who currently sees adults. She completed residency training at The Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School, where she served as Chief Resident of Consult Liaison and Collaborative Care Psychiatry. She then completed a fellowship in Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago. She earned her medical degree from University of California San Francisco. While in medical she earned a MPH from University of California, Berkeley with a focus in health policy and management. She attended California State University, Sacramento, where she graduated magna cum laude with bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences.
Her academic interests include medical education, race and cultural factors within psychotherapy, healing racial trauma, collaborative care delivery models, and health disparities within the field of psychiatry and perinatal health. Dr. Greenlee also enjoys teaching and mentoring medical students and residents.
University of Chicago
Harvard Medical School- Cambridge Health Alliance
Consult Liaison Psychiatry & Medical Ethics Fellowship
I worked with an array of medically complex hospitalized patients. This included treating Perinatal and postpartum depression and anxiety, psych-oncology, and patients with neuropsychiatric disorders. In addition to clinical rotations I had the privilege of working with the hospital ethics committee on complicated cases related to end of life care.
Adult Psychiatry Residency
I worked with patients from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds providing medication and therapy throughout four years of training. During my last year of training I served as Chief Resident for Medical Education supporting first year residents and Chief of the Consult Liaison and Collaborative Care services.
University of California, San Francisco
University of California, Berkeley
California State University, Sacramento
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Master of Public Health - Health Policy and Management
Bachelors of Arts Biological Sciences
Schen, C. R., & Greenlee, A. (2018). Race in Supervision: Let's Talk about it. Psychodynamic psychiatry, 46(1), 1-21.
Taneja, E., Sehgal, P., Greenlee, A., & Frank, A.(2019). To dodge or disclose: a faculty development workshop to promote discussion of racial/ethnic minority trainee cultural identity. Academic Psychiatry, 43(2), 239-243
Noy, G., Greenlee, A., & Huang, H. (2018). Psychiatry residents' confidence in integrated care skills on a collaborative care rotation at a safety net health care system. General hospital psychiatry, 51, 130-131.
Kester, R., Strauss, J., Greenlee, A., Suzuki, J., & Huang, H. (2017). Medical and psychiatric co-morbidities associated with opiate use disorder in the geriatric population: A systematic review. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 25(3), S111-S112.