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Magy Martin

Contributing Faculty

College of Allied Health

School of Psychology

Degree Program Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Dr. Magy Martin’s formal training is in Counseling and Clinical Psychology where she has served in various roles over her 30+ year career. Dr. Martin served as a Clinical and Consultant Psychologist most recently in Youngstown, OH. She was a faculty member and a therapist facilitating clinical training, curriculum design, consulting and assessment at both online and brick and mortar schools. At Walden University, she teaches the doctoral capstone and various other courses. Dr. Martin has served on numerous doctoral student dissertation committees.
Dr. Martin’s current research interests focus primarily on children, adolescent and family issues, clinical development, and research. She has presented at numerous local, regional, national, and international conferences. Dr. Martin has published over 28 peer-reviewed articles as well as 9 books on children, adolescent, and family issues in psychology. She received the Faculty Excellence Award for 2018 from Walden University.


EdD, University of Tulsa

Public Service

Literacy Project, Volunteer - BEAVER

Awards / Honors

Faculty Excellence Award, Walden University, 2018


Martin, M. (2017). A comparison of childhood obesity, technology, exercise and academic habits among urban and suburban students in Ohio. European Scientific Institute.

Martin, M. (2016). An evaluation of the relationship between patients’ adult attachment styles of veterans and their level of trust in their physicians at a veteran health care system. European Journal of Business and Socail Sciences.

Schneider, T., Martin, M., Martin, D. (2018). A comparison of the effects of sex differences and cohabitation status on parental stress in parents of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society.

Martin, M. (2012). A qualitative study of the role of friendship in late adolescent and young adult heterosexual romantic relationships.

Martin, M. (2012). Career exploration in an Urban High School: Implementing a comprehensive student portfolio program. Journal of Counselor Practice.

Martin, M. (2011). Examining a drug treatment program in New Jersey: A perspective from the field. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.

Martin, M. (2016). Finding Grit: The No-Nonsense Guide for Raising Your Daughter to be Successful in Athletics, School, and Life.

Martin, M. (2015). Online Teaching in Education, Health & Human Services.

Martin, M. (2018). Parental stress and parent-child relationships in recently divorced, custodial mothers. European Journal of Educational Sciences.

Martin, M. (2015). Psychological differences in post-institutional, internationally adopted children and other groups of children referred for clinical services. Adoption Quarterly.

Martin, M. (2014). Relationship between well-being and perceived wellness in online graduate counselor educations students. Journal for Counselor Preparation and Supervision.

Martin, M. (2013). Transforming families: A Guide for Beginning Family Therapists.


Martin, M. (2017). A Comparison of Childhood Obestiy among Urban Students.

Martin, M. (2011). Adolescent Depression. NYRC.

Martin, M. (2012). Childhood Obesity. OCA.

Martin, M. (2010). Developing an Urban School Counseling Program. ACA.

Martin, M. (2017). Father Daughter Relationships and Female Athletes. 8th International Conference on Sport & Society.

Martin, M. (2011). Identifying and Helping Depressed Child. NyRC.

Martin, M. (2014). Obesity in Urban Schools: Childhood Obesity. International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society.

Martin, M. (2015). Struggles and Success of an Urban School Counseling Program. ACES.

Martin, M. (2013). Treating Childhood Obesity and Depression. OCA.