Martha Burkett Fallis worked as a children’s advocate at New Beginnings Transitional Housing Program in Seattle, before pursuing her Master of Social Work. As an advocate and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Martha has been involved with Domestic Violence advocacy and treatment since 1999.
She has been a lead therapist, clinical director, and hospital administrator. She has served on executive boards and worked closely with various coalitions and associations within our domestic violence treatment community and, along with Jana Fulmer, founded the non-profit agency Amethyst Center for Healing.
Martha currently serves as the President of the Utah Association for Domestic Violence Treatment.
When she’s not working, Martha spends time belly-dancing, and hiking, camping, rockhounding, and communing with her bunnies.