Marie Demchak-Buotte, M.A., M.S., is a New York State certified school psychologist, currently completing her doctorate in clinical psychology. As a practicing school psychologist, Ms. Demchak-Buotte has extensive experience in psychological and psychoeducational assessment of children. She has expertise in learning disabilities, attention disorders, School related interventions, children’s mental health, and psychotherapy. Marie has a good understanding for matching children with needs to resources. Marie chairs meetings for the Committee on Special Education and Section 504 in a local school district.
Marie received her Master of Arts in School Psychology from Marist College in 2013. In 2016 Marie earned an additional Master of Science in Applied Psychology from Walden University.
Marie enjoys working with all populations and ages. Clinical interests include: neuropsychological assessment, cognitive assessment, academic assessment, cognitive behavioral therapy, anxiety related disorders, depression, trauma, and disorders of cognition. Marie’s research interests include trauma, vicarious traumatization and vicarious resilience. Marie is currently focused on developing programs to bring individualized, psychoeducational and psychotherapeutic services to college level students with learning, attention, and/or social difficulties.