Ph.D., Kent State University; M.A., Walsh University; B.A., Malone University
Use of career centers in online universities; counselor burnout/satisfaction
Dr. Roberts-Martin is a program manager at an agency in Ohio as well as an adjunct professor at Kent State University. She has been teaching for 18 years and counseling for 19 years. Her counseling expertise includes psychological testing and assessment, counseling the GLBTQ population, women’s issues, PTSD and trauma, veterans’ issues, forensics, supervision, counseling the severely mentally disabled population (SMD) and developmentally disabled (DD), head trauma, and pain disorders. Dr. Roberts-Martin has presented peer-reviewed presentations at the All Ohio Counselor Conference and at the Ohio Counselor Association Supervision Summit Conference. Her public interests include service on the school board for Summit Academy Schools in Canton, Ohio. Summit Academy is a charter school that serves special needs children with autism, ADHD, and other learning disabilities. Dr. Roberts-Martin is contributing faculty member at Walden. Her specializations include cultural diversity, assessment and diagnosis, and counseling theory.