Sherry Hendricks Martin is the Founder and President of Greenleaf Resources, LLC, and holds the following credentials:
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker / Colorado
- Diplomate in Clinical Social Work
- Compassion Fatigue Educator
She also is the Patient Services Director for Sue's Gift, a non-profit organization in Colorado Springs serving women with gynecologic cancers in Colorado. As an oncology social worker with thirty-five years of experience in oncology, she has facilitated many groups, including those related to a specific oncology diagnosis (breast cancer, blood cancers, head and neck cancer, and gynecologic cancer), as well as groups on caregiving, and grief and loss.
While at Penrose Cancer Center in Colorado Springs, Mrs. Martin initiated and facilitated a wide range of groups and classes, with over 2,500 program participants annually. She began an Integrative Therapies program in 2011 leading workshops on Mindfulness Meditation, Therapeutic Drumming, Bibliotherapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, to name a few.
In 1989, Sherry developed a grief support group model that has aa proven track record, evidenced by low attrition and positive feedback from the hundreds of participants who have benefited from the program. She has presented workshops on grief and loss and integrative therapies at several national conferences.
She is the author of Beginning Again: Tools for the Journey through Grief: A Step-by-Step for Facilitators of a Grief Support Group and Getting Through Tough Times: A Series of Inspiring Stories to Help Manage Cancer & Other Adversities.
Sherry Martin, MSW, LCSW
Oncology Social Worker
Years of Experience
James C. (Jay) Martin is Director of the Center for Families in Transition in Colorado Springs and holds the following credentials:
- Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
- Certified Traumatologist
- Compassion Fatigue Specialist
- American Association of Pastoral Counselors / Clinical Fellow
- American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy / Clinical Fellow
In addition to facilitating numerous grief support groups in Oklahoma City, Dr. Martin has provided training for staff working with victims of the American Embassy bombing in Kenya in 1998, and provided training in Manhattan as a volunteer with the Green Cross Academy of Traumatology in September of 2001. He has worked with numerous individuals following the Oklahoma City bombing and has led traumatology, compassion fatigue, and crisis intervention workshops in Oklahoma, New York, New Jersey, Washington D.C., North Carolina, Texas, Utah, Nevada, Kansas, Michigan, Arizona, Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina, Missouri, Canada and Kenya.
Dr. Martin maintains a private practice in Colorado Springs, specializing in PTSD, life transitions, cancer survivorship, step-families, and grief and loss. To schedule a therapy appointment, Dr. Martin can be reached at 719-482-6978. Additional information and a complete bio can be found on the Psychology Today website.
Jay Martin, DMin, LMFT
Psychotherapist / Traumatology Specialist
Years of Experience