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 and comorbid medical complications. She also conducted dissertation research with the UNT Contextual Psychology Group. After graduation, Dr. Howe-Martin completed postdoctoral training at UT Southwestern with the Consult-Liaison Psychiatry division and remained with the C/L division serving Parkland Hospital for the next 5 years.
Dr. Howe-Martin is now the Director of Behavioral Sciences at the UT Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Institute in Fort Worth, where she also treats patients, supervises trainees, and engages in clinical research. She initiated the Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizure Program within the Parkland Behavioral Health Center, where she continues to treat patients and supervisee. Within the UT Southwestern Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, she teaches the Advanced Abnormal Psychology and Cultural Diversity courses, and is the Chair of the Curriculum Commitee. Dr. Howe-Martin is also a member of the American Psychological Association's Continuing Education Committee, and has recently co-edited with Dr. Adam Brenner an introductory book on psychotherapy for trainees and early career professionals (Psychotherapy: A Practical Introduction).
- Undergraduate School
- University of North Texas at Denton (2001), Psychology
- Graduate School
- University of North Texas at Denton (2006), Psychology
- Graduate School
- University of North Texas at Denton (2008), Psychology
- Graduate School
- U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners (MCFP) (2008), Psychology
- Other Post Graduate Training
- UT Southwestern Medical School (2009), Psychology
- Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures
- Teaching / Education
- Book Review: Advances in Health Psychology: Critical Approaches
- Howe-Martin, LS Psychology of Women Quarterly In Press
- A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group for Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Patients: A Review of a Pilot Program.
- Hall BC, Short VM, Giberson S, Howe-Martin L, J Adolesc Young Adult Oncol 2020 Jan
- Beyond the Language Barrier: Recommendations for Working with Interpreters in Individual Psychotherapy.
- Martin, B., Benedetto, N., Elledge, D., Najjab, A., & Howe-Martin, L. Psychotherapy. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 2020
- The Role of Social Support in Adolescent/Young Adults Coping with Cancer Treatment.
- Pennant S, C Lee S, Holm S, Triplett KN, Howe-Martin L, Campbell R, Germann J, Children (Basel) 2019 Dec 7 1
- Review of Shades of Gray: Writing the New American Multiracialism
- Howe-Martin, L.S. Psychology of Women Quarterly 2019 3 43
- What Advisors Want from Advisees: A Survey Within One Academic Psychiatry Department.
- Camp ME, Howe-Martin L Acad Psychiatry 2017 Oct
- A Pilot Program for Implementing Mental Health Screening, Assessment, & Navigation (MH-SCAN) in a Community-Based Cancer Center.
- Howe-Martin L, Jester B, Walker R, de la Garza N, Jha M, Tovian C, Levinson S, Argenbright K, Trivedi M Psychooncology 2017 Mar
- 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
Psychotherapy: A Practical Introduction
Brenner, A.M., & Howe-Martin, L.S. (Ed.) (2020). Wolters-Kluwer
Other psychodynamic schools. In Kaplan and Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry (10th edition)
Brenner, A., & Howe-Martin, L.S. (2017). Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott
Honors & Awards
- Outstanding Educator, School of Biomedical Sciences
Awarded by the UT Southwestern Academy of Teachers (SWAT) (2016)
- Outstanding Teaching Award
UT Southwestern - Division of Psychology (2014)
- Selected to LEAD program Class of 2014
UT Southwestern - Office of Faculty Diversity and Development (2014-2015)
- Institute for Academic Feminist Psychologists
American Psychological Association Division 35: Society for the Psychology of Women (2012)
- Outstanding Graduate Student
University of North Texas Psychology Program (2004)
- Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholar
University of Birmingham, England (2001)
- American Psychological Association - Continuing Education Committee (2018-2023)
- American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS) (2015)
- Dallas Psychological Association (2013)
- American Psychological Association - Divisions 2 (Teaching of Psychology),12 (Clinical Psychology; SCP Mentorship Program), 35 (Psychology of Women), and 45 (Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity & Race) (2009)
- Association for Women in Psychology (AWP)
- Texas Psychological Association (TPA)