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Robert Martin, Ph.D.

Professor, Fieldwork and Internship Coordinator, School Counseling and School Psychology
Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 5131
Fax: (626) 815-5336
Robert Martin, Ph.D. is a Professor and the Coordinator of the fieldwork/internship program in the Department of School Counseling and School Psychology. He has credentials in school psychology, school counseling, child welfare and attendance, and school social work. He is a licensed educational psychologist and is a diplomat in the American Board of School Neuro-psychology. He likes to travel and is a regular speaker at conferences around the world. Dr. Martin has recently lectured in Ireland, Malta, Holland, Greece, Ethiopia, China, Chile, Brazil, Ecuador, Denmark, Canada and Kyrgyzstan on topics related to counseling, psychology and leadership. On the weekends he is at his hacienda in Ensenada, Mexico. He is bilingual English/Spanish. He loves spending time with his daughter, training in martial arts (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) and following USC football. He has worked at Azusa Pacific University since 2001. Prior to that, he was a full-time school psychologist at a local school district and senior adjunct professor at another university.


Ph.D. - University of Southern California

M.S. - University of La Verne

M.S. - California State University, Fullerton

B.A. - California State University, Fullerton

A.A. - Fullerton College

Pupil Personnel Services (PPS)
Authorizations: School Psychology, School Counseling,
Child Welfare and Attendance, School Social Worker


  • School of Education
    • School Counseling and School Psychology


  • group dynamics/team building
  • psycho-educational assessments in Spanish
  • school neuropsychology

Courses Taught

EDCO 534 – Assessment, Measurements, and Testing of Individuals
EDCO 535 – Professionalism, Ethics, and Law
EDCO 545 – Positive Behavior Supports and Classroom Intervention
EDCO 549 – Career Development Theories and Techniques
EDCO 555 – Group Counseling Skills
EDCO 557 – Human Growth, Development, and Learning
EDCO 564 – School Counseling Fieldwork 1
EDCO 583 – Intervention Through Consultation
EDPY 624 – Disabilities in Children (Mild, Moderate, and Severe)
EDPY 636 – Research and Evaluation in School Psychology
EDPY 681 – Psychoeducational Assessment I
EDPY 685 – School Psychology Fieldwork 1

Office Hours

Tuesday and Wednesday 11:30 to 4:45

Office Location

Building One, Suite 209, West Campus

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