CV – Douglas Martinez, PhD
Clinical Psychologist: Clinical and Forensic Practice
New Jersey License Number 3836
New York License Number 016319
Private Practice (Full time): 26-07 Broadway, Suite 16C Fair Lawn, New Jersey 07410, 201-796-3533 / 973-809-6624. Clinical and forensic practice. Trauma and adolescent/family work.
In New York, in practice with Richard B. Krueger, M.D. and Meg Kaplan, Ph.D. Providing forensic psychological and psychophysiological assessments, as well as group and individual psychotherapy in cases of sex crimes and/or professional sexual misconduct. Experienced since 1984.
Specialization in the following:
- Assessment and treatment of past and recent trauma in adolescents and adults
- Assessment and treatment of adults who have committed sexual offenses
- Forensic interviewing of children regarding suspected sexual abuse
- Evaluation of parents or adults who have been, or who are at risk of abusing their children
- Group and individual treatment of sexual offending / sexual misconduct in adults
- Sexual offender evaluations in secure settings.
- Evaluation of Civilly Committed sex offenders in New York State, under OMH article 10
- Evaluation of Civilly Committed sex offenders (NJ and NY) for the New Jersey State Public
- Advocate’s Office and the State of New York, Attorney General’s Office
- Evaluation of sex offenders for the Court regarding Megan’s Law Tiering
Ph.D. Hofstra University, 1996. School and Community (Clinical) Psychology. Clinical internship in assessment and therapy for adults, adolescents and families, Institute for Evaluation and Planning, Freehold, NJ ( 8/93 to 6/95). Dissertation topic: Sex Offenders’ Histories of Abuse and Subsequent Offending Behaviors, a study of 140 incarcerated sex offenders’ childhood sexual, physical and emotional abuse experiences and subsequent adult offenses, using interviews and written protocols.
M.A. Rutgers University, 1983, Applied Clinical Lifespan Psychology. Internship: The Forum School, Waldwick, N.J. (9/81 to 6/82). Studied autistic children and provided family therapy to their families
B.A. Rutgers University, 1973. Psychology major, Social Work concentration
New Jersey Certified in Advanced Studies in Child Maltreatment with a Specialization in Child Sexual Abuse. Certifying authority: The New Jersey Child Abuse Training Institute, a funded initiative of the New Jersey Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect. First certification of its kind in New Jersey, awarded to approximately 30 professionals statewide; September, 2004.
New York State, Office of Mental Health and Attorney General’s Office, New York State Civil Management Training, Civil Commitment of Violent Sexual Predators. 11/07.
September, 1989 to Present
Consultant regarding adult and adolescent sexual offender assessment and treatment, including psychophysiologic assessment, as well as sexual abuse victim program development. Major projects included:
- June, 1997 to Aug. 2003: Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services, Brooklyn, NYC. Developed an outpatient assessment and treatment program for adult sex offenders and victims of sexual abuse in the Orthodox and Observant Jewish communities of Brooklyn and Queens,
NYC, and surrounding areas. This was at the request of the Brooklyn District Attorney, and the Ohel Administration. Included staff education and training, program design, and direct service.
- May, 1995: Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA. Constructed a psychophysiologic assessment laboratory.
- Psychophysiologic Assessment of sexual interest,July 2005 to Present: Private Practice.
November, 1995 to June, 2005
Program Administrator / Supervising Psychologist. Saint Clare’s Hospital, Child Abuse Treatment Program and Children’s Residential Services, 130 Powerville Rd., Boonton, NJ. (973) 299-5400. Responsible for all aspects of founding, developing and supervising this new (as of 1996) grant-funded program to provide services to sexually and/or physically abused children and adolescents, their families, and adolescent and adult sexual offenders. Responsible for the construction, development and supervision of the Sussex County Child Advocacy Center In 1997. Responsible for program design and development, staff recruiting, hiring and training, clinical program development and supervision, including graduate psychology students, and all relevant hospital administrative tasks, including fiscal management and accountability. Provided clinical supervisory services including psychological and forensic assessments for civil and criminal court and Child Protective Services (DYFS), and therapy for victims. From 1997 to 1999, duties included coordinating the development (construction / renovation advisement, hiring staff, and program design and implementation) of two therapeutic group homes for abused children. Responsible for administrative and clinical supervision of the outpatient program, two children’s therapeutic treatment homes, and clinical consultation to the Child Advocacy Center.
October, 1993 to November, 1995
CCIS Program Coordinator / Senior Psychologist. Northwest Covenant Medical Center (subsequently Saint Clare’s Hospital) Children’s Crisis Intervention Service (CCIS – inpatient child and adolescent psychiatric unit). Responsible for unit team management with medical director and nursing patient care manager, program development and monitoring, staff training, liaison with N.J. State Division of Mental Health and Hospitals and other state and community agencies.
June 1992 to October, 1993
Senior Clinician / Staff Psychologist. Northwest Covenant Medical Center (Saint Clare’s) CCIS. Responsibilities include team management of unit functioning, supervision of designated clinical and nursing staff, and in-service training, as well as case management, psychological assessment, group and family therapy, and participation in clinical multidisciplinary team.
November, 1988, to June 1992 (part time from 6/85 to 11/88)
Research Scientist / Therapist. New York State Psychiatric Institute, Sexual Behavior Clinic. Responsible for psychological, psychosexual, and psychophysiologic assessments, treatment and research of adolescent and adult sexual offenders and victims of sexual abuse. This included research data management and data analysis, as well as training and supervision of psychophysiologic assessment procedure. Trained in sex offender assessment and treatment, and in forensic report writing by Judith Becker, Ph.D.
April, 1987 to November, 1988
Program Director. Institute for Evaluation and Planning, Project Open House, Freehold, NJ. Supervised 22 staff, program operations, provided clinical supervision and individual and family therapy, and directed the multi-disciplinary team and treatment strategy in this therapeutic, crisis oriented family court shelter/ host home program for children and adolescents.
August 1983 to April, 1987
Program Director. Adolescent Day Psychiatric Hospitalization Unit, Barnert Hospital, Paterson, N.J. Supervised clinical, fiscal, and program activity, including coordinating academic and therapeutic services, after school program, and provided direct treatment services.
December, 1984 to April, 1987
Program Director and Co-Founder. Juvenile Sexual Behavior Program, Barnert Hospital, Paterson, N.J. First community-based program for both juvenile sexual offenders and child victims of sexual abuse in New Jersey. Supervised program and fiscal operations, provided psychological and psychosexual assessments, and individual and group treatment.
February, 1983 to August, 1983
Social Work Supervisor. New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Paterson, N.J. Supervised a unit of crisis intervention and intake social workers for this state child protective services agency.
September, 1974 to January, 1983
Child Protective Service Social Worker. New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Paterson, N.J. Worked in various specialized units, including residential placement, abuse/neglect investigation and intervention and permanency planning for children in long term foster care. Also 6 years concurrent experience with after-hours Special Response Unit for child abuse intervention.
October, 1973 to September, 1974
Youth Counselor. Neighborhood Youth Corps, Paterson, N.J.
1983 to Present
- New Jersey: Child abuse and neglect, 1982, Passaic County NJ Family Court.
- New Jersey: Child abuse and neglect as well as juvenile sex offender assessment/treatment. Cited in N.J. Superior Court Reports, 212, N.J. Super 222. N.J. Superior Court, Passaic Family Part, 1986.
- New York: Treatment of adolescent sex offenders, psychophysiological assessment and treatment of adult sexual offenders. New York Supreme Court, Manhattan, 1990.
- New York: Treatment of adolescent sex offenders, Queens NY Family Court, 1991.
- Pennsylvania: Adolescent sex offender assessment and treatment, Montgomery County, PA, 1992.
- New Jersey: Assessment and treatment of adult sex offenders; Megan’s Law classification; N.J. Superior Court, Sussex County Criminal Part, 1998.
- Adult sex offender assessment and treatment. NJ Superior Court, Family Part, Morris County, 10/03 (witness for the office of the Law Guardian, before Judge Critchley.)
- Juvenile sex offender assessment and treatment. NJ Superior Court, Family Part, Sussex County, 12/03.
- Children with sexual behavior problems; and child abuse assessment and treatment. NJ Superior Court, Family Part, Sussex County, 11/04.
- Adult sex offender civil commitment, New Jersey Special Treatment Unit, Superior Court, Criminal Part, Hudson County, NJ 12/04. Several voir dires for same purpose since 2004.
- As a professional Psychologist, including psychological assessment and treatment of victims and perpetrators of sexual abuse or assault, and adolescent and adult victims of trauma. NJ Superior Court, Family Part, Passaic County, May, 2005.
- New York Supreme Court, Queens, Frye and Expert testimony, 10/2007
- Federal Court, Third Circuit, 10/2008.
Clinical Supervision (pre-licensure)
(1983 to 1988) George D. Jackson, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist (N.J.) and professor of Psychology at Howard University.
(1985 to 11/90) Judith V. Becker, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Columbia University, and director (until 11/90) of the New York Psychiatric Institute, Sexual Behavior Clinic.
(11/90 to 5/92) Meg S. Kaplan, Ph.D., Assistant professor of Psychology at Columbia University, and current director of the New York Psychiatric Institute, Sexual Behavior Clinic.
(6/92 to 6/93) Andrew Berger, Ph.D., Hofstra University.
(8/93 to 6/95) Michael Nover, Ph.D., Institute for Evaluation and Planning, Freehold, NJ.
(7/92 to 6/00) Philip Horowitz, Ph.D.
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) 1997 National Graduate Research Award Finalist.
- New York State training for Article Ten OMH Civil Commitment, 11/07/07
- Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) International Conferences (3 days each) (1988, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2006).
- Harvard Medical School Seminars on Psychological Trauma, June, 2006
- EMDR Advanced Training on Early Life Trauma, May, 2006
- New Jersey Task force on Child Abuse and Neglect Statewide Conference, September, 2004.
- International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Conference, October, 2003
- International Society for the Study of Dissociation Conference, October, 2003
- Treatment of Complex Trauma, John Briere, Ph.D., June, 2002
- “Finding Words” Forensic interviewing of children, sponsored by the National Prosecutor’s Research Institute, Washington, D.C., and the Corner House of Minneapolis Minnesota. Certified as Child Forensic Interviewer, April, 2002
- Various one-day trainings, approximately four times a year, presented through New Jersey chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (NJ-ATSA) including abuse reporting versus confidentiality, Megan’s Law and tier selection, risk assessment, treatment approaches, “thinking errors” treatment, treatment of denial, etc.
- Albert Ellis Institute for Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Primary Certificate program, July 7 – 9, 2000.
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): Level one certification, March 1999. Level two (advanced) certification, November, 1999. Advanced Clinical Applications – Case Conceptualization, Information Processing, Phase-oriented Psychotherapy, and Treatment of Dissociative Disorders at additional seminars.
- Hare Psychopathy Checklist level one certification. Three day training with Dr. Robert Hare and Dr. Adele Forth, January, 1999.
- Assessing and treating trauma. One day training with Bessel van der Kolk, M.D., October, 1998.
- Treatment of Trauma: A Staged Approach, Judith Lewis Herman, M.D., December, 1997.
- Three day, 13th National Adolescent Perpetrator Conference, April, 1997
- American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children National Training Conference, June, 1996.
- Psychosocial Evaluation of Sexual Abuse in Children, 36 hour training program, Christine Baker, Ph.D., June, 1996.
- Understanding Trauma and Memory in Clinical and Forensic Settings, and Psychological Trauma, Maturational Processes and Therapeutic Interventions. Harvard Medical School Conference, 3 days, March, 1996.
- Healing the Family through Play: 2 day training with Eliana Gil, Ph.D., March, 1996.
- Evidence in child abuse and neglect cases: 1 day training with John E. B. Myers (1995).
- Victimization Through the Lifecycle: Harvard University, 3 days, (1990).
- Advanced Reality Therapy (1985): 1 week training, Reality Therapy Institute, NYC.
- Physical Crisis Intervention (1985): 1 week training, Crisis Prevention Institute. Refreshers in 1992 and 1997.
- Group Psychotherapy with Adolescents (1984).
- Group Therapy training with Irwin Yalom: 2 days (1983).
- Human Sexuality, Rutgers University: 1 week (1980).
- Intervention in Child Sexual Abuse: one week with Suzanne Sgroi. M.D. (1980)
- Technical experience in setup, maintenance and operation of a psychophysiological assessment laboratory, including setup at Hahnemann University and other facilities.
Child abuse and neglect, sexual victimization, effects and treatment of trauma, sexual offending behavior, sexual and physical aggression, forensic psychology and criminal behavior, child and adolescent development and behavior, and family and community systems.
Committees and Memberships
- American Psychological Association (APA) (current)
- Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA), Clinical and Research member, 1993 to present
- New Jersey (formerly Governor’s) Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, Protection Subcommittee member: September, 1994 to present. Chair of Juvenile Sex Offender Working Group, 1/97 to 6/98. Assessment and Treatment Working Group: 1994.
- International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (Current)
- International Society for the Study of Dissociation
- American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, New Jersey Chapter, Board Member, 1/02 to present.
- American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC), 1996-present.
- International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, 1996-present.
- New Jersey Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, (formerly New Jersey Network for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders) 1985 to present.
- C. Henry Kempe National Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, National Adolescent Perpetrator Network, 1985 to 1988
- New Jersey Northern Region Children’s Services Coordinating Council, 1993 to 1996.
- New Jersey Northern Region Children’s Services Coordinating Council, Executive Board, 1993 to 1996.
- New York State Office of Mental Health, Bureau of Children and Families, Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse Advisory Panel, 1991.
- New Jersey Bar Association, Family Law Committee, Child and Family Committee, 1986 to 1991.
- New Jersey Youth Services Commission, Shelter Care Advisory Committee, 1987 and 1988.
- Passaic County (N.J.) Mental Health Board Professional Advisory Committee, 1983 to 1987.
- Passaic County (N.J.) Mental Health Board Children’s Task Force. 1983 to 1987.
- New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Hospitals, Children’s Psychiatric Partial Care Standards Committee, 1985 and 1986.
1995 to 2004. New Jersey Legislature grant to implement a forensic and clinical child abuse program in Morris and Sussex Counties for child victims of sexual and physical abuse, sexual offenders, and construction/development of the Sussex County Child Advocacy Center. Second and third years included development of two therapeutic young children’s group homes. Total annual contract responsibility in excess of $3,000,000.
1987 and 1988 Monmouth County, N.J. Family court juvenile shelter program, “Project Open House.” Program Director. $620,000 per year.
1983 to 1987 New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Hospitals. Barnert Memorial Hospital Center Adolescent Psychiatric Partial Care Program. Program Director. $60,000 per year.
- Martinez, D., & Cornblatt, A. (1988). The use of multidisciplinary teams in the assessment and treatment of child abuse, and a proposal for implementation in New Jersey. New Jersey Family Lawyer, 7, (8), 156-162.
- Kaplan, M.S., Becker, J. V., & Martinez, D. (1990). A Comparison of Mothers of Adolescent Incest vs. Non-incest Perpetrators. Journal of Family Violence, 5, 209-214.
- Becker, J. V., Hunter, J. A., Goodwin, D., Kaplan, M. S., & Martinez, D. (1992). Reliability assessment of audiotaped sexual stimuli with adolescent sexual offenders. Annals of Sex Research, 5, 45-51.
- Sermabeikian, P. & Martinez, D. (1994). Treatment of adolescent sexual offenders: Theory-based practice. Child Abuse and Neglect, 18, 969-976.
- Baker, C., Sermabeikian, P., & Martinez, D. (1997). Sexual behavior problems in the context of traumatic histories: Preliminary findings. NJ APSAC Advisor, 2 (1), 11-12.
- Singer, K, Martinez, D., and Sermabeikian, P. Assessment and in-patient vs. out-patient treatment of juvenile sex offenders. New Jersey Department of Human Services, Statewide Protective Service Coalition Conference, April, 1985.
- Martinez, D. Project: Juveniles and families together. A home-based therapeutic program model for juvenile delinquents and their families. Family Court and Youth Services Commission Conference, Paterson, N.J. July, 1985.
- Martinez, D., and Sermabeikian, P. Assessment and treatment of juvenile sex offenders in the community: a systems interaction model. Barnert Hospital Department of Psychiatry Seminar, June, 1985.
- Martinez, D. Sermabeikian, P. and Singer, K. Theory of group treatment of juvenile sex offenders. Seventh Annual International Symposium on the Advancement of Social Work with Groups. New Brunswick, N.J., October, 1985.
- Martinez, D., Sermabeikian, P, and Singer, K. Juvenile sex offenders, Overview and Assessment. Camden Area Health Education Center Breaking Barriers Conference, Cherry Hill, N.J., May, 1986.
- Krupnick, M., Martinez, D. and Croseley, S. The Juvenile sex offender. Second Annual Conference of the New Jersey Youth Services Commission, E. Windsor, N.J. November, 1986.
- Harvey, J., and Martinez, D. Clinical assessment of the juvenile sex offender. New Jersey Sex Offender Network Statewide Conference, Trenton, N.J., October, 1987.
- Martinez, D. Therapeutic host homes for children of families in crisis: An alternative to institutional shelters. New Jersey Family Court Judges’ Retreat, Asbury park N.J. November, 1988.
- Martinez, D. Psychophysiological assessment of juvenile sexual offenders. H.I.V. Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies, New York State Psychiatric Institute, March, 1989.
- Becker, J. V., and Martinez, D. Treating adolescent sexual offenders. Columbia University and N.Y. State Psychiatric Institute Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds, April, 1990.
- Martinez, D. The sexual offender in lifespan perspective. Long Island College Hospital, April, 1990
- Martinez, D. Case study of a juvenile sexual offense victim/perpetrator. New Jersey Juvenile Sexual Offender Treatment Network Presentation, May, 1990.
- Berten, W., Canino, I. and Martinez, D. A diagnostic puzzle: Case presentation. Columbia University and N.Y. State Psychiatric Institute Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds, June, 1990.
- Davis, J. Martinez, D., & Morales, M. Physiological assessment of sexual interest. National Adolescent Perpetrator Network Fifth Annual Training Conference, Confronting Sexual Offending. National conference, Albany, New York, October, 1990.
- Martinez, D. HIV prevention for adolescent sex offenders. Fifth Annual Training Conference, Confronting Sexual Offending. National conference, Albany, New York, October, 1990.
- Martinez, D. Cognitive and behavioral techniques in the treatment of adult and adolescent sexual offenders. Jamesburg N.J., New Jersey Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Network workshop, July, 1991.
- Becker, J. V., Kaplan, M.S., Tenke, C, & Martinez, D. Profiling erection responses in adolescent sex offenders. Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research. Barrie, Ontario, Canada, August, 1991.
- Martinez, D. Clinical and technical aspects of psychophysiological assessment of adult and adolescent sex offenders. Jamesburg N.J., New Jersey Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Network workshop, May, 1992.
- Martinez, D. & D’Urso, T. Assessment and treatment of sex offenders. Passaic County Multi-disciplinary team conference: A community approach to child sexual abuse in the 90’s. Totowa, N.J. February, 1993.
- Martinez, D. Sex offender etiology, typology, assessment, and treatment. Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work; guest presenter for the course: Child Sexual Abuse. July, 1993.
- Martinez, D. Diagnosis and treatment of paraphilias. Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work; guest lecturer for the course Psychopathology. September, 1994.
- Sermabeikian, P., and Martinez, D. Treating adolescent sex offenders: Putting theory into practice.Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers international conference, San Francisco, CA. November, 1994.
- Kaplan, M., Martinez, D., & Singer, K. From victim to perpetrator: An etiology of adult sex offenders. Passaic County Multi-disciplinary team conference: Working together in the investigation and treatment of child sexual abuse. Paterson, N.J., April, 1995.
- Martinez, D., Sermabeikian, P., & Nuñez, J. Cultural and clinical issues in the treatment of Latino sex offenders. Child Sexual Abuse in the Latino Community conference. Lesley College, Cambridge MA, June, 1995.
- Martinez, D. Sex offender etiology, typology, assessment, and treatment. Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work; guest presenter for the course: Child Sexual Abuse. August, 1995.
- Martinez, D. Inpatient Group Therapy Approaches to Adolescent Anger Management. Second Statewide Conference, Voices that Care: Treating the Aggressive Adolescent in Inpatient and Residential Treatment Programs. Arthur Brisbane Child Treatment Center, Farmingdale, NJ. December, 1995.
- Martinez, D. An overview of Child Abuse and Neglect. Regional Conference on “Parenting in the 90’s” sponsored by the NJ Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, Trenton, NJ, April, 1996.
- Baker, C., Sermabeikian, P., and Martinez, D.Traumatic Histories and Sexual Behavior Problems of Boys in Residential Treatment. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) national conference, Chicago, IL, June, 1996.
- Nuñez, J., Martinez, D., & Sermabeikian, P. Assessment and Treatment of Latino Sex Offenders. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, national conference, Chicago, IL, November, 1996.
- Baker, C., Sermabeikian, P., Nuñez, J., & Martinez, D. An Integrative Approach for Assessment and Treatment of Abuse-Reactive Boys. The 13th Annual Conference of the National Adolescent Perpetrator Network, Cherry Hill, NJ, April, 1997.
- Martinez, D. Incarcerated Sex Offenders’ Child Abuse Histories: Does Violence Beget Violence? Sixth Annual New Jersey Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect: Building Partnerships: New Challenges and Strategies for Protecting Children. East Brunswick, NJ, September 22, 1997.
- Martinez, D. Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents who have been Sexually Abused. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Professional Education Series. Newark, NJ and Burlington, NJ, October 28 and 30, 1997.
- Martinez, D. Plethysmography and Abel Screen in Assessment and Treatment of Sex Offenders. New Jersey Chapter, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) presentation. New Brunswick, NJ, June, 1998.
- Martinez, D. Cognitive – Behavioral Methods in the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. World Congress on Cognitive – Behavioral Therapies, Acapulco, Mexico. July, 1998.
- Martinez, D. Sexually Abused Children: Critical Issues and Treatment Concerns. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Professional Education Series. Newark, NJ and Burlington, NJ, November 12, and December 4, 1998.
- Martinez, D. Sexual Abuse in the Jewish Communities: Offenders and Victims. A.O.J.S., Ohel, P’Tach, Task Force on Youth. Manhattan, NY. April 19, 1999.
- Martinez, D. The Journey from Abuse Trauma to Recovery (Keynote Address). Sussex Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Task Force on Women and Alcohol. Andover, NJ. May 19, 2000.
- Martinez, D. Etiology of Sex Offender Behavior.Ohel Institute for Advanced Professional Training. Brooklyn, NY. June 5, 2000.
- Kaplan, M., and Martinez, D. Treatment of Sex Offenders. Ohel Institute for Advanced Professional Training. Brooklyn, NY. June 5, 2000.
- Martinez, D. Interaction Between Clinical, Child Welfare and Criminal Justice Systems in Child Abuse Cases. Ohel Institute for Advanced Professional Training. Brooklyn, NY. June 6, 2000.
- Martinez, D. Assessment and Treatment of Adolescent Victims of Physical and Sexual Abuse.Ohel Institute for Advanced Professional Training. Brooklyn, NY. June 6, 2000.
- Sermabeikian, P., Martinez, D., and Nuñez, J. Sex Offenders: Overview, Treatment, and Community Issues. Seventh annual Passaic County Multi-Disciplinary Team Conference, Wayne, NJ. December 1, 2000.
- Martinez, D. Assessment of Children who have been Abused. Ohel Institute for Advanced Professional Training. Brooklyn, NY. Three part seminar, February, 2001.
- Martinez, D. Traumatic Impact of Sexual Abuseon Children and Adolescents. And Treatment of Adolescents who have been Sexually Abused. Ohel – Nefesh Professional Conference, New York, New York. May 6, 2001.
- Martinez, D. & Horowitz, B. Trauma – Related Interventions and Studies for Culturally -Sensitive Populations. “It can’t happen here: Program development in a culture of denial.” New York State Office of Mental Health Best Practices Conference, Brooklyn, New York, June 12, 2001.
- Martinez, D. Psychological effects of traumatic experiences and the aftermath of 911. Givaudan Information Summit, International Trade Center, Mount Olive, NJ, April 12, 2002.
- Sermabeikian, P., & Martinez, D. Inside the mind of a sex offender. New Jersey Task force on Child Abuse and Neglect Statewide conference, September, 2002.
- Martinez, D. Domestic Violence and Post – Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Clinical Overview. Presented at the Morris County New Jersey Battered Women’s Center. February, 2004.
- Sermabeikian, P., & Martinez, D. Psychological Maltreatment and its Role in the Child Sexual Abuse Victimization Process. New Jersey Task force on Child Abuse and Neglect Statewide Conference, September, 2004.
- Martinez, D. (2007). Juvenile Sex Offenders and Moral Panic. International Academy of the Law and Mental Health, XXXth International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Padua, Italy,
- Martinez, D. (2008). Children with Sexual Behavior Problems, Juvenile Sex Offenders, and Community Management. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children –New Jersey Chapter Statewide Conference, May 28, 2008
- Martinez, D. (2011) Plethysmography and the Abel Assessment: Clinical and Forensic Utility, Instrument Strengths and Weaknesses, and Best Practices. New Jersey Chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (NJATSA).
Revised: August 2013