• Mobile Mental Health Services
  • Social Skills
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Vocational Coaching
  • Post Partum Consultation

Tracey Martin, MA, OTR/L

Making the Next Step Meaningful

Occupational Therapy Services

Social Skills Training

Help with Social Skills | Tracey Martin, MA, OTR/L
Conversation Skills
Making and Keeping Friends
Social Problem Solving
Coping with Social Anxiety

Independent Living Skills

Independent Living Skills | Tracey Martin, MA, OTR/L
Self Care and Grooming
Medication Self Management
Symptom Management
Cooking and Home Safety
Budgeting and Money Management
Leisure Exploration
Community Re-entry
Time Structuring and Time Management

Vocational Coaching

Vocational Coaching | Tracey Martin, MA, OTR/L
Vocational Assessment
Career Decision Making
Assistance with Job Search
Resume Writing
Interview Preparation
Salary Negotiation
Job Coaching

Post Partum Consultation

Post Partum Consultation | Tracey Martin, MA, OTR/L
In-home functional assessment for postpartum depression
In-home functional assessment for postpartum psychosis
Caregiver Training


Since 1998, I have had the pleasure of watching Tracey Martin develop into a master trainer of social and independent living skills.  At the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute , she co-lead a social skills training group with me that enabled dozens of persons with serious mental disabilities to reach their personal goals and move steadfastly along the road of recovery. Tracey has "trained the trainers" in workshops for mental health professionals from California to Holland with accolades from those who have learned evidenced-based practices from her. She is an innovator, bringing skills training into patients' homes as well as to inpatient units and partial hospitalization programs where she has taught patients to manage their own illnesses and collaborate in informed, decision-making about their treatment with their psychiatrists. But most importantly, Tracey touches patients with her heart, keeping alive the flame of hope for a better life, even when they have lost confidence and hope themselves.
Robert Paul Liberman, M.D. | Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA School of Medicine and Author of 'Recovery from Disability: Manual of Psychiatric Rehabilitation'