A former member of both our counseling team and board of directors, Martha Selleck returned to the Samaritan Counseling Center in April of 2012 as the Clinical Director. In her new role, Martha is charged with leading and managing clinical services, including counseling, consultation, clinical staffing, case conferences, record-keeping and supervision of therapists. Furthermore, she maintains her own counseling caseload.
Prior to working a Samaritan, Martha worked at the Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute, Mercy Behavioral Health and the Staunton Clinic. She enjoys working with adolescents, adults, couples and families. Her areas of specialty include: ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment and Mood Disorders, personal growth and relationship issues. She is also a certified Obsessive Compulsive Disorder therapist.
Martha utilizes a creative approach, tailored to her clients unique needs, using a strength based approach for achieving life balance, enhancing resilience and making positive change.
Returning to Samaritan is a great honor knowing that the organization continues to meet community needs with integrity, care and excellence, said Martha.
Martha received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. Her undergraduate degree is from Washington and Jefferson in Economics.