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Randy Martin

Director of Clinical Services, Harris, Rothenberg International

Dr. Martin, a licensed psychologist, oversees HRI's clinical department, consisting of intake EAP counselors, face-to-face counselors, and management consultants.

Dr. Martin is responsible for the operation of HRI's EAP, implementation of new policies and procedures to ensure quality service delivery for clients, and training EAP staff members. He has more than 26 years of experience managing and supervising mental health and EAP professionals, practicing psychotherapy, consulting with management and HR in corporate settings on behavioral health issues, and intervening in crisis situations for both small and large-scale disasters.

Dr. Martin has worked in both non-profit and corporate sectors, including employee assistance programs, mobile crisis teams, community mental health centers, developmental disability organizations, and crisis intervention services. Prior to joining HRI in 2011, Dr. Martin was the director of crisis and behavioral health technology at the Mental Health Association of New York City. Before that, he served as a workforce consultant and account executive for FEI Behavioral Health.

Dr. Martin earned his PhD in Psychology/Counseling from Indiana State University and a Master’s in Counseling from the State University of New York at Albany. He is widely quoted and has appeared on WebMD, CNN Radio, 1010 WINS News Radio, WPIX Evening News, and in web and print articles in, among others, The Wall Street Journal's Market Watch, HR Executive Online, The Journal News, Time Out New York, EAP Post and The National Herald. Dr. Martin is a member of the International Positive Psychology Association, the American Psychological Association, and the Employee Assistance Professionals Association.

Recorded Webinars

Managing Anger: Yours and Employees

It's easy for both managers and employees to get frustrated when things go wrong or obstacles get in their way - and frustration sometimes leads to anger. However, anger expressed in the workplace often has negative consequences and may interfere with productivity. Even worse, people who get angry easily rarely get their needs met.

Change Management: Leading and Managing Employees Through Organizational Change

Change is normal, natural, and inevitable. This webinar focuses on understanding the positive and negative ways people respond to change; how to move successfully through the common stages of change; how to develop resilience when confronted with undesirable change; and how to coach employees during times of change.

Enhancing Employee Engagement Through Positive Psychology

Every manager wishes for a motivated, productive team. The problem for many team leaders and managers is that they don’t know how to make this wish a reality. Many organizations promote individuals who are subject-matter experts but have little experience effectively managing people or teams. Leaders are hungry for information that will help them advance the development of their work groups, and themselves.

Dealing with Depression - Organizational Perspectives

Depression affects 9-13% of adolescents and adults, and when depression strikes, it can lead an employee's productivity and effectiveness to plummet.