Marie Sutherby, M.Ed
Marie has been fortunate to work and train in public and rural schools and a not-for-profit agency providing assessment, consultation, and intervention services. Marie approaches her work utilizing a collaborative and strength-based perspective in order to help children, adolescents, and their families understand and overcome challenges. Marie specializes in child and adolescent psychology and provides both intervention and formal and informal assessment to address a wide range of concerns such as, mood and regulation concerns (e.g., anxiety, depression, stress), social skills, self-esteem, trauma, and grief/loss. Marie also has specialized training in psychoeducational assessments which identify school-based concerns and provide individualized recommendations to optimize learning. In addition, Marie provides support to parents/families who are struggling or concerned about their child’s behavioural, social, emotional, or academic wellbeing. Marie views parents as the experts on their children, and as such, works collaboratively with families to create strategies and supports to meet their unique needs. On a personal note, Marie enjoys being with her family, spending time in nature, and baking.