Telephone: 905.430.4055 et. 6805
Received a PhD. in Counselling Psychology from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto (OISE/UT) and am registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario with competencies in clinical and forensic psychology. As a research scientist, I am charged with advancing the Research and Academic Plan of the hospital by expanding my own program of research and supporting research across the hospital. More specifically, my research focuses on issues within the intersection of the mental health and legal systems. I also have adjunct faculty status within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at Ontario Tech University (UOIT) and York University where I sometimes teach graduate-level courses and supervise many students.
Research Practice Areas
Forensic Psychology, Risk, Trauma, Police Psychology, De-escalation, Resiliency and Recovery
Areas of Research
Forensic mental health
Bias in mental health
First responder mental health
Dr. Rose Ricciardelli – Memorial University of Newfoundland
Drs. Pierre Cote & Efrosini Papaconstantinou – Ontario Tech University
Dr. Jack Tomlin – University of Rostock, Germany
Dr. Jennifer Lavoie – Wilfred Laurier University
Dr. Zoe Hilton & Ms. Elke Ham – Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care
Martin, K., Arora, V., & Fishcler, I., & Tremblay, R. (2018). Analysis of non-pharmacological interventions attempted prior to pro re nata medication use. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27(1), 296-302
Martin, K., Stevens, A., & Arbour, S. (2017). The Process of Developing a Co-design and Co-delivery Initiative for Mental Health Programming. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health.
Martin, K. (2017). Employment and Criminal Offenders with Mental Illness. In Ricciardelli, R., Peters, A.M.F. (eds). After Prison: Navigating Employment and Reintegration. Wilfred Laurier University Press. ISBN 9781771123167.
Martin, K., Arora, V., Fischler, I., & Tremblay, R. (2017). Analysis of non-pharmacological interventions attempted prior to pro re nata medication date. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, doi:10.1111/inm.12320
Martin, K., Arora, V., Fischler, I., & Tremblay, R. (2016). Descriptive analysis of pro re nata medication use at a Canadian psychiatric hospital. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/inm.12265
Martin, K., & Martin, E. (2016). Factors influencing treatment team recommendations to review tribunals for forensic psychiatric patients. Behavioral Sciences and the Law. Online.