Alnardo Martinez, MS, is a behavioral technician in the Anxiety Disorders Center and the Learning and Development Center at the Child Mind Institute. Mr. Martinez provides individual exposure therapy to children and adolescents in the Intensive OCD Program and conducts intellectual, academic and other cognitive assessments.
Prior to joining the Child Mind Institute, Mr. Martinez worked at Rogers Behavioral Health, interviewing and assessing adults and children for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, mood disorders and eating disorders. He received training in exposure with response prevention (ERP) and assisted in facilitating ERP treatments alongside leading psychologists in the field of child and adolescent OCD. Before joining the clinical team at the Child Mind Institute, he was a member of the intake team, assessing the needs of families and connecting them to the appropriate services.
Mr. Martinez is passionate about helping children and adolescents who struggle with mental health and learning disorders find the best tools for coping and leading happy lives. He is dedicated to providing evidence-based interventions to children and adolescents where and when they need it most.
Se habla español.
- MS, Professional Counseling, Southeastern University
- BA, Counseling Psychology, Trinity College of Florida
- Intern, Medical Center of Trinity, Behavioral Health Inpatient Unit