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Paul Martin

Paul Martin

Affiliate Faculty
  • The Chicago School Chicago
Department
Clinical Psychology
Address
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Office Location
Office Phone
On-campus Ext.
Email
paulmartin@thechicagoschool.edu
Website
Affiliate Faculty
Biography

Paul received his PsyD in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2010. In 2011, Paul began teaching at The Chicago School as an adjunct faculty, and became an affiliate faculty in 2013. He is also the assistant director of The Center for Grief Recovery, a not-for-profit group practice in Chicago in which his private practice is housed. Paul has extensive experience providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy, emotionally expressive psychotherapy, and relaxation training. His clinical experiences have focused on helping people who are struggling with grief, chronic depression, and feelings of loneliness or isolation from others. Paul enjoys teaching coursework in the areas of grief and mourning as well as psychodynamic theory and intervention.

Education
  • (2010) PsyD in Clinical Psychology - The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
  • (2004) BA in Psychology - Illinois State University.
Licensure(s)

Licensed Clinical Psychologist since February 2012.  License#:  07.1008292

Areas Of Expertise

Select Presentations

  • Martin, P. (2014). Do the Privileged Experiene Conflict? Thoughts on the Participation of Privileged Individualism Multicultural Discourse. Division of Psychoanalysis (39) 34th Annual Spring Meeting. New York, NY.
  • Martin, P. (2014). Starting a Practice: The How-To's of Setting Up a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Practice (or Things They Never Taught You in Graduate School). Division of Psychoanalysis (39) 34th Annual Spring Meeting. New York, NY.
  • Martin, P. (2013). Grief and Differentiation: Resuming Self-Definition in the Wake of a Death. National Association of Social Workers, Illinois Chapter; Statewide Conference. Lombard, IL.

Community Involvement

  • (March 2014). Child and Adolescent Experiences of Loss - discussant on Q & A panel at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
  • (August 2012). "Complince" screening - discussant on Q & A panel following movie premier.
  • (August 2012). Chicago's Psychological First Aid Program - discussant on the topic of community-based trauma and loss.
  • (February 2012). Northwestern University's "One Book One Northwestern" - discussant for The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.