PhD, Doctor in Clinical Psychology
Sylvia Martin is a researcher at CRB. She specialised in cognitive-emotional behavioural therapies after obtaining classical university training in philosophy and clinical psychology. She obtained the title of Doctor in Clinical Psychology in Psychopathology from the University of Aix Marseille, France, in 2019. Since 2016, she has been working as a psychotherapist, investing her clinical skills and knowledge in patient follow-up in institutions and private practice. Sylvia Martin was initially trained in cognitive behavioural therapy, but her practice intersects with the emotional-rational therapy approach of Albert Ellis, the cognitive work of Aaron Beck, and more recent therapeutic approaches such as acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectal behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based approaches and the radically open dialectal therapy founded by Lynch & Co.
As a researcher, Sylvia Martin specialised in the treatment of personality disorders, impulsivity, and consciousness. She is involved in developing innovative care practices to improve psychotherapy care in France and internationally. She is the founder of the ECCCLORE group that develops training in cognitive and behavioural skills related to the observation and regulation of emotions.
ACCELERATING DIAGNOSIS FOR RARE DISEASE PATIENTS
We aim to significantly shorten the time required for rare disease diagnosis and efficient intervention using genetic newborn screening and AI-based tools.
Giving patients a voice in drug development
PREFER is a five year public-private research project where academic researchers and the pharmaceutical industry work together to find out when and where patients want, can and should be involved in drug development
Comparing impulsivity in borderline personality, schizophrenia and obsessional-compulsive disorders: Who is ahead?
Part of Journal of Clinical Psychology, p. 1732-1744, 2021.
Examining the relationships between impulsivity, aggression, and recidivism for prisoners with antisocial personality disorder
Part of Aggression and Violent Behavior, 2019.
Part of Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, p. 100045-, 2021.
Part of Personality and Mental Health, 2022.
Part of Brain and Behavior, 2022.