Nina Martin, Ed.D.

M.Ed. Program

Associate Clinical Professor

Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychology and Human Development

Nina Martin is an associate clinical professor in the Department of Psychology and Human Development, where she directs the empirical research track of the child studies master’s program, a program designed to strengthen master’s students’ preparation for later doctoral study. In addition, she is a member of the faculty of the Department of Human and Organizational Development, where she teaches in the master’s program in human development counseling and trains students as future clinical mental health and school counselors and practitioners.

Dr. Martin’s research interests include adolescent depression, longitudinal research methods, and the design and application of school- and community-based intervention and prevention efforts to enhance the well-being of children, adolescents and families.

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