Dr. Marchese serves as a Clinical Consultant for the Saint John Vianney Center. Her primary responsibility is to conduct neuropsychological evaluations to assess cognitive function, including orientation, attention, learning/memory, intelligence, language, visuoperception, and executive skills. She utilizes test data within the context of an individual’s psychological, interpersonal, and medical history to provide differential diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
Dr. Marchese holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University with an emphasis in neuropsychology and health psychology. Additionally, she holds two Master’s Degrees: Psychological Counseling (MA) and Clinical Psychology (MA). She is an undergraduate alumna of the University of Memphis.
In addition to her private practice, she is a consultant for St. Mary Rehabilitation Hospital and serves as adjunct faculty for the graduate psychology program at Widener University. Areas of clinical interest include dementia, stroke, brain injury, and medically complex populations. She has also presented on the psychological and cognitive complications of seizure disorders.