Featured Staff Member – Marie Boehling
Marie Boehling received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from James Madison University in 1991, a Master of Arts degree in school psychology from Towson University in 1995, and an Educational Specialist degree from the College of William and Mary in 1997. Marie has worked as a school psychologist for Caroline County and Henrico County public school systems for a total of 10 years. She then moved on to be the admissions examiner for St. Christopher’s School for 10 years and now currently assists them two days a week.
While working as an admissions examiner, she trained as a language fundamentals tutor by a certified Orton Gillingham instructor and began tutoring students with dyslexia in 2011. She provided small group tutoring for third grade students at Collegiate School in 2013-14.
With these skills she has been able to join her background in assessment as a school psychologist with her experience as a tutor in language fundamentals to become a certified educational diagnostician. Marie specializes in diagnosing dyslexia and other learning disabilities. She is also knowledgeable in functional behavior assessment and behavior management strategies as well. Marie enjoys problem-solving and collaborating with parents and other professionals to help children succeed.
After all of the above, Marie is the mother of three children.