Dr. Howe-Martin joined the faculty at UT Southwestern in 2009. Prior to receiving her doctoral degree from the University of North Texas, she received much of her training within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, treating inmates with chronic mental illness, medical complications, and/or persistent self-injurious behaviors. She also conducted dissertation research with the UNT Contextual Psychology Group and published her findings on adolescent self-injury in the Journal of Clinical Psychology. After graduation, Dr. Howe-Martin completed postdoctoral training at UT Southwestern in the Parkland Victim Intervention Program.
Dr. Howe-Martin currently sees patients and supervises interns within Consult-Liaison Psychiatry at Parkland Hospital and the Moncrief Cancer Institute in Fort Worth. She also teaches Advanced Abnormal Psychology within the clinical psychology doctoral program, and serves on the Clinical Training and Clinical Examination committees. She has recently been named the Associate Director for Continuing Education within the department of Psychiatry, and is developing an ongoing series of Continuing Education events for mental health providers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
|Undergraduate||University of North Texas (2001), Psychology|
|Graduate School||University of North Texas (2006), Psychology|
|Graduate School||University of North Texas (2008), Psychology|
- Book Review: Advances in Health Psychology: Critical Approaches
- Howe-Martin, LS Psychology of Women Quarterly In Press
- Repetitive Nonsuicidal Self-Injury as Experiential Avoidance Among a Community Sample of Adolescents.
- Howe-Martin LS, Murrell AR, Guarnaccia CA J Clin Psychol 2012 May
Honors & Awards
- Outstanding Graduate Student
University of North Texas Psychology Program (2004)
- Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholar
University of Birmingham, England (2001)
- Texas Psychological Association (2012)
- American Psychological Association - Division 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology); Division 35 (Psychology of Women)
- Association for Women in Psychology (AWP)
- Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)
- Texas Psychological Association (TPA)