H. William (Bill) Martin, Jr., M.D.

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H. William Martin, Jr., M.D., F.A.P.A.

5605 Glenridge Drive, Suite 600Premier Plaza, Building One,  Atlanta, Georgia 30342

Office: 404-252-3001 / Fax: 404-257-0299 / Email: bmartin247@gmail.com


PRESENT OCCUPATION           

Private practice of Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry- full-time           

Consultant to the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI)-monthly           

Consultant to Jewish Family and Career Services-part time


EDUCATION

COLLEGE: Emory University, 1967-1970       MAJOR: Chemistry       HONORS: Stipe Scholar     Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity                                               Early Admission to Medical School


MEDICAL SCHOOL

Emory University School of Medicine, 1970-1974       

HONORS: Alpha Omega Alpha (Scholastic Honor Society), Diplomat of the National Board of  Medical Examiners                                                Graduated Magna Cum Laude


RESIDENCY

Emory Affiliated Hospitals, General Psychiatry, 1974-1976       

HONORS: Chief Resident at Georgia Mental Health Institute, 1976


CHILD FELLOWSHIP

Emory Affiliated Hospitals-Child Psychiatry, 1976-1978


PAST PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Psychiatric Consultant, Clayton County Mental Health Center, 1976-1978

Chief of Child Psychiatry, Grady Hospital, 1979-1981

Member of Emory Clinic, Division of Child Psychiatry, 1979-1981

Medical Director, Southern Christian Home, 1980-1985 (Now Laurel Heights Hospital) – Assisted in establishing a child and

     adolescent hospital

Psychiatric Consultant to North Georgia Psycho-Ed Network, 1986-1988

Psychiatric Consultant to the Georgia Council for the Hearing Impaired, 1990-1992


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Psychiatric Association, 1974-Present-Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1976-Present

Georgia Council on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1976-Present

     President-Elect, 1987-1989, President, 1989-1991, Chairman, NominatingCommittee, 1992-1993

Georgia Psychiatric Physician’s Association, 1974- PresentSecretary, 1988-1989, Treasurer, 1989-1990, Secretary, 1990-1991,

     Vice-President, 1991-1992, President-Elect, 1992-1993, President, 1993-1994

Southern Medical Association, 1980-2007

Lesbian and Gay Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Association (LAGCAPA) ...of the United States, 2004-Present

     - Membership Chair, 2004-present

     - Web Master/Designer/Admin, 2009-present 

     - President, 2008-2012

Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists, (AGLP), 2004-Present


HIGHLIGHTS OF PRESENTATIONS

Numerous presentations on Attention Deficit Disorders, Emotional Disorders of Childhood and Child and

     Adolescent Psychopharmacology.

“Rumination in Infancy Revisited: The Psychodynamics of Mother”,presented at The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and The American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children, 1979.

“Psychiatric Diagnosis and Treatment of the Hearing Impaired”, Georgia State University symposium for mental health

     professionals  working with the deaf, 1988. 

“Psychiatric Aspects of Deafness”, Georgia School for the Deaf symposium for teachers of the deaf, 1988.

“Mental Health Issues With the Visually and Hearing Impaired… A Comparison”, Center for the Visually Impaired (staff), 1989.

Mental Issues with the Hearing Impaired”, Emory Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds, CPC Parkwood, 1989.

Weekly presentations to the clinical staff of the Center for the Visually Impaired on multiple topics (psychopharmacology,

     substance abuse, child development, seizure disorders, techniques of individual and group psychotherapies), 1986-1991.


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Emory, 1979-1981

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Emory, 1981-1993     

    1. Teach Child Development Course to sophomore Medical Students, 1980-1993     

    2. Supervise Child Psychiatry trainees weekly

Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Emory, 1993-Present     

    1. Supervise Child Psychiatry trainees weekly


PRIVATE PRACTICE

Private practice in Adult, Adolescent and Child Psychiatry, 1970-Present

Psychiatric Consultant to the Center for the Visually Impaired, 1986-Present

Psychiatric Consultant to the Georgia School for the Deaf, 1987-2000

Psychiatric Consultant to Atlanta Area School for the Deaf, 1980-2000

Psychiatric Consultant to Jewish Family and Career Services, 1993-Present


BOARD CERTIFICATIONS

General Psychiatry (Adult)-1979

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-1984


MEDICAL LICENSURE

Georgia License # 16947- 1974

Dr. Martin is a physician who practices Adult, Adolescent and Child Psychiatry. He is a graduate of Emory Medical School and Emory Psychiatry residency and fellowship in Adult, Adolescent and Child Psychiatry. He specializes in psychotherapy (individual, couples and family), psychopharmacology (medications), ADD (children and adults), visual and hearing impaired, depression and anxiety disorder. He also works with gender and sexual orientation issues. Dr. Martin works with all ages.