James Martyn

Massey University

Resecived Sylff fellowship in 2014-16.
Academic Supervisor:
-Associate Professor Paul Merrick (Primary)
-Dr. Peter Cannon
-Professor Janet Leathem

Research area: Low Intensity CBT
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Doctorate of Clinical Psychology

Current affiliation:
-New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists
-Massey University Alumni
-Otago University Alumni

Dr. James Martyn is a Clinical Psychologist in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. He is also a husband and father with one daughter. He completed his BA at Otago University in 2012 Majoring in Psychology before completing his honours and then Doctorate of Clinical Psychology degree in 2017 at Massey University in Albany, Auckland. Currently, James works in the Tauranga DHB across a number of roles. He works in the Eastern and Western Bay of Plenty Community Mental Health Services for Older Persons, in the Tauranga Hospital Inpatient Unit for Older Persons, and the Tauranga Memory Service. At present, he is working to develop his experience across clinical and neuropsychological areas and in the future aspires to develop and provide accessible evidence-based psychological resources for those in the community.

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