Ann E. Martin has dedicated her career to helping people live more satisfying lives. She began by serving people with significant disabilities in residential, educational, and community settings. For 20 years, she worked as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, helping people improve their lives by assisting them in finding meaningful employment. She went on to support staff in providing quality rehabilitation services as a vocational rehabilitation supervisor. Ann currently works as a Regional Administrator for the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation overseeing the provision of services in her area. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and for many years served as adjunct faculty at Seattle Pacific University teaching graduate students motivational interviewing, counseling skills, and providing clinical supervision. In addition to her work in rehabilitation, Ann maintains a private therapy practice.
CRCC e-UNIVERSITY courses developed and taught by Ms. Martin:
- Ethics: Considerations and Challenges for the Ethical Supervisor