Caroline Martin, BA, MSc, PG Dip Clin Super
Passionate about groups, diversity and leadership, Caroline Martin knows how to harness and cultivate a culture of growth. A recognised thought leader and practitioner in the field of collective efficacy, she integrates her values of empathy and curiosity in her working relationships.
For over 25 years, Caroline has been a noteworthy leader in Education, in her work as the Chief Psychologist at City of Dublin Education & Training Board, in her contributions to University College Dublin, School of Education, European projects on professional learning and professional mentoring, national projects on support teams, suicide prevention, the design of second chance education and on advocacy for student centred systems. Prior to her return from the US, she worked with a community based mental health clinic while leading a team of educators for the Massachusetts based special education provider, Project Bridge, Inc.
Caroline has been recognised for her contributions to psychology in education and is widely known for both her work in trauma and critical incident response and the creation, development and leadership of expert teams in those fields. She has been a speaker at Zeminar, the biggest and most inclusive youth event in Ireland. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision from Trinity College Dublin, a Master’s of Science in Counselling Psychology from Salem State University in Massachusetts, a Higher Diploma in Teaching the Deaf and a BA in German and Linguistics from University College Dublin where she is currently completing her Doctorate in Educational Psychology.
Her commitment to raising awareness of trauma informed practices, utilising her expertise in collective efficacy permeates her extensive work with systems and interagency projects.
A busy working mum of three kids, Caroline enjoys running and drinking far too much tea.