Lindsay Martin is a third year PhD student in the Forman-Herbert lab. She received her Bachelor's in Psychology in 2008 from the University of Nevada, Reno, where she worked as a research assistant in doctoral labs specializing in acceptance-based behavioral interventions. She received her Master's in Clinical Psychology in 2011 from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland, and while there served as the Data Manager for a multi-site treatment development trial using Acceptance-Based Separated Family Therapy (ASFT) for adolescents with anorexia nervosa. Also during her time in Baltimore, she completed clinical and research training at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Eating Disorder Program, where she also served as a research coordinator of a NIMH funded five-site placebo-controlled trial for the use of olanzapine in the treatment of anorexia. Her interests include technique, process, and outcome in acceptance-based behavioral interventions, with a primary concentration in maladaptive eating behaviors, anxiety disorders, and behavioral medicine. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys live music, outdoor activities, basketball, mountains, espresso, and spending time with her close friends and family.