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Associate Director

Dr. Martine Fenelon is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Florida who specializes in pain management and the addictive cycle of substances. Dr. Fenelon is an experienced clinician with over 10 years’ experience in the mental health field. She has a fairly broad clinical background that encompasses experience working in medical settings, long-term care and rehabilitation settings, multi-level and multi-disciplinary treatment facilities. In addition to her work with Journey, Dr. Fenelon is a US Army staff psychologist working with military and veteran populations.

As the Associate Director of the Journey Institute, Inc., Dr. Fenelon oversees the assessment and treatment component of the clinical programs, focusing on substance abusing parents and the cycle of the addictive behaviors, recovery, maintenance, and relapse prevention from substances, and parenting evaluations and parenting skills training. She also provides clinical supervision to student clinicians and unlicensed therapist.


Dr. Fenelon has been trained in the administration and interpretation of specialized assessments used in the diagnosis of psychoeducational, developmental, emotional, and personality disorders. She conducts psychoeducation evaluations for adolescents and adults presenting with learning, emotional, and psychological difficulties. Dr. Fenelon also provides psychotherapy services to young adults, families, and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic pain and associated psychological stressors.


Dr. Fenelon completed her psychology residency in Addiction Psychology at The Watershed Addiction Treatment Center. She earned a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) from Carlos Albizu University’s APA accredited Clinical Psychology program and completed an APA accredited Psychology Internship at Citrus Health Network. Her clinical interests include: Minority population engagement in mental health services, parenting practices, acculturative stress, cultural competence and sensitivity in psychotherapy, and underserved populations’ access to mental health care.


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