Martha Landman completed her BA(SW)Hons in 1978 and BA(Hons)Psych in 1981.
She completed her Masters degree in Mental Health and her PhD at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Martha registered as a psychologist after she moved to Queensland, Australia in 2003. Her practice in mental health spans 35 years and for the past decade she has specialized in the psychological treatment of trauma.
Because of her special interest in trauma Martha has completed training in EMDR therapy, Brainspotting and Affect Regulation Therapy. Her expertise lies in the treatment of stress and trauma, working with police officers and soldiers, victims of any form of violence, workplace bullying, sexual abuse and attachment trauma. Apart from individual therapy, she conducts training for mental health professionals in Affect Regulation Therapy and StresssAce and delivers public seminars on StressAce and the management of depression and anxiety.
Martha is currently in private practice in Townsville, where she provides services for adults and families experiencing stress or who have survived trauma.