Martha Golubski, M.A., TLLP

RIT Clinical Psychology Intern

Martha Golubski, M.A., TLLP

RIT Clinical Psychology Intern

Martha Golubski is a doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology PhD Program at Western Michigan University. She earned her undergraduate in psychology and master’s in clinical psychology from Cleveland State University. In Western’s doctoral program she has found her niche—training that emphasizes multicultural counseling and antiracist activism. Her most recent work focuses on scale development and analysis of psychometric evidence regarding models of white racial identity and multicultural counseling competency. As a therapist, her work has focused on meeting the needs of a wide range population through therapy and psychological assessment. Although she works across ages and concerns, her specialties are working with children and issues related to trauma, learning/development, LGBTQIA+, and disordered eating. Martha proudly stands with activists promoting equity across race and looks forward to joining the anti-racist activist community in Rochester.