Leland Green is the Medical Director of the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. He is responsible for teaching parents the techniques with which to achieve the best possible health in their children, whether healthy or brain damaged.
Dr. Green is a graduate in zoology and anthropology: He graduated in medicine at the University of Minnesota. After three years in the U.S. Army he completed his studies in internal medicine at the same university.
In 1962 he accepted a fellowship in allergy and immunology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. This led him to private practice in the same field at the Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia.
Dr. Green came to the Institutes seeking help for his brain -injured child. He started working in the clinic of the Institutes for brain-injured children, as many of them suffer from allergies and have a compromised immune system. From 1967 to 1972 he was assistant medical director of the institute. He helped bring in Adelle Davis, whose principles and concepts have formed the basis of the nutritional program.
An ardent traveler and adventurer, Dr. Green has accompanied the staff of the Institutes on expeditions in South Africa, Brazil, Japan, New Guinea and Italy to study brain development in children.
In 1972 he returned to private practice in allergy and immunology. In 1999, he returned to the medical staff of the Institutes and is actively involved in the program of AK Biofeedback. He is part of the Academy for Children’s Brain Development.