Vita

Charles R. Martin, Ph.D.

Specialties

Licensed psychologist (FL # PY5214) specializing in individual psychotherapy, training, and speaking services designed to promote professional and personal development, body-mind-awareness integration, self-mastery, and effective living and working. Provide individual counseling, coaching, and career services. Therapy specialties include: body-mind (somatic) approaches to development and problem resolution, transpersonal approaches and depth therapy, gender issues.

Education

  • 1993 Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
  • 1989 M.A.Ed. Counseling, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  • 1983 B.A. Psychology, Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Areas of Experience

  • Administration – have overseen departments of research and development, and administered individualized organizational consultative services. Served as board member for Florida Society for Bioenergetic Analysis, and for Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Communication – have significant experience in public speaking and training of trainers; author of several books and articles on applications of psychological type for professional and personal development Extensive experience in group facilitation and one-to-one coaching and counseling.
  • Training and program design and delivery – have designed and delivered hundreds of training programs to government, business, educational, and healthcare institutions (in the arenas of communication, teamwork, leadership, management and career development). Designed somatic psychology training curriculum for Florida Society for Bioenergetic Analysis. Designed  and delivered ongoing open-enrollment train-the-trainer programs: CAPT MBTI qualifying program, advanced workshops in career counseling and executive coaching.
  • Executive coaching – have delivered coaching services to a range of clients including new managers, senior executives and CEOs, with services including targeted skill development, coaching for development and for the CEO’s agenda.
  • Counseling, therapy, coaching, and career development – have provided counseling and career management services to a wide variety of clients. Have extensive experience training, speaking and writing in career development. Therapy specialties include somatic approaches to therapy and development, transpersonal psychology, and gender issues.
  • Assessment – have experience with a wide variety of psychological assessment tools for personal, leadership and career development.

Employment

  • Board Member and Curriculum Director for the Florida Society for Bioenergetic Analysis. 2015-present.
  • Business Owner, Private Practice of Psychology. Specialties in individual psychotherapy, coaching, somatic (body-mind) approaches to development, organizational consultation, transpersonal psychology, career development, gender issues. Gainesville, Florida, 1995-present.
  • Vice President of Research and Development. Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT), Gainesville, Florida, 1998-2001. Leadership and administration of research and new product development. Senior organizational consultant.
  • Consulting Associate.The Leadership Research Institute, San Diego, California, 1996-1999. Executive and management leadership feedback and training.
  • Staff Psychologist, Faculty, and Director of Research Operations. Center for Applications of Psychological Type, Gainesville, Florida, 1993-1998. Research and training.
  • Psychological Resident. Psychological Services Institute. Gainesville, Florida. 1993 – 1994. Clinical consultation to nursing and rehabilitation centers.
  • Psychology Intern. Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Gainesville, Florida, 1992 -1993. Rotations in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Clinic, Health Psychology, Acute Psychiatry, and Gainesville Family Institute.

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • APA Division of Counseling Psychology
  • Florida Society for Bioenergetic Analysis

Sample Publications and Presentations

  • Berens, L.V., Cooper, S.A., Ernst, L.K., Martin, C.R., Myers, S., Nardi, D., Pearman, R.R., Segal, M., & Smith, M.A. (2001). Quick guide to the 16 personality types in organizations. Fountain Valley, CA: Telos Publications.
  • Lawrence, G.L., & Martin, C.R. (2001). Building people, building programs: A practitioner’s guide for introducing the MBTI to individuals and organizations. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • McCaulley, M. H., & Martin, C. R. (1995, Spring). Career assessment and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Journal of Career Assessment, 3(2), 219-239.
  • Martin, C. R. (1995). Looking at type and careers. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin, C. R. (1996, March). Breaking the barriers of type: Career choice, skills, and skill development. Proceedings of the Second Biennial International Conference on Education of the Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin C.R. ( 1997) Jung’s typology: Extraversion-introversion and clinical syndromes. (pp. 1-20). Atlanta, GA: First Annual Clinical Conference of Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin, C.R. (1998). Looking at type: The fundamentals. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin, C. R. (1998, March). Type as a tool for self-development and increased effectiveness in training and teaching. Proceedings of the Third Biennial International Conference on Education of the Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin, C. R. (1999, February). The healing now: The role of the here-and-now in the healing process for all types. Proceedings of the Second Biennial Clinical Conference of the Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin, C.R. (2001). Quick guide to the 16 personality types and career mastery: Living with purpose and working effectively. Fountain Valley, CA: Telos Publications.
  • Martin C.R. ( 2001) An overview of applications of type in health care. (pp. 1-23). Minneapolis, Minnesota: APT XIV International Conference.
  • Martin, C.R. , & Golatz, T.G. (2001). Out-of-the-box exercises: Using the power of type to build effective teams. Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
  • Martin C.R. ( 2002) The elements of power: tools for awakening, tools for life and career mastery. (pp. 1-10). Atlanta, GA: Southeast Region Conference of the Association for Psychological Type.
  • Martin C.R. (2004) Developing the skills and qualities of the eight function-attitudes. (pp. 1-8). Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type
  • Martin C.R. (2011) Positive psychology, type, and the MBTI Step III assessment. (pp. 1-4). Kansas City, MO: Bulletin of Psychological Type (APT).
  • Martin C.R. (2014) Applying the psychology of personality type to enhance workplace safety. (pp. 1-10). Palo Alto, CA: CPP.
  • McPeek R.W., and Martin C.R. ( 2012) Searching for expert consensus in describing function-attitudes. (pp. 1-24). Mississippi State, MS: Journal of Psychological Type.
  • McPeek R.W., and Martin C.R. ( 2012) An examination of the effect of function-attitude combinations on observer ratings. (pp. 1-22). Mississippi State, MS: Journal of Psychological Type.
  • McPeek R.W., and Martin C.R. (2016) Refining the definitions of sensing and intuition as measured by the MBTI instrument. (pp. 1-26). Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.