Patricia Dieter, PhD
postdoctoral fellow in psychology
Dr. Dieter received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Maine in 2016. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Westchester Jewish Community Services in New York, and was eager to return and serve families in Maine. Dr. Dieter specializes in working with children and families to identify problems in learning, attention, development, behavior, and emotion regulation. She has experience consulting to various types of agencies, including early childhood, school, and vocational training programs, regarding child development and mental health. Personal interests include geocaching, camping, and spending time with friends and family.
Michael Apolito PhD
Dr Apolito received his doctorate in counseling psychology in 1990, from Boston College, and has been a licensed psychologist in Maine for 9 years. He specializes in the evaluation of children and adolescents with suspected problems in learning, and behavioral and emotional regulation. Dr Apolito’s specific interests include autism spectrum disorders, anxiety disorders, children who have experienced trauma, and disruptive and oppositional defiant disorders. Dr Apolito also serves as a child psychologist at Maine General Medical Center, Edmund N. Ervin Pediatric Center. Prior to moving to Maine Dr Apolito was employed at the Groden Center in Providence, Rhode Island, as the clinical director for the home-based applied behavior analysis program for children with autism, and director of Halcyon residential programs for young adults diagnosed with autism and severe challenging behaviors. Dr Apolito’s personal interests are fishing, swimming and exploring Maine.
Jayne Boulos PsyD
Dr. Boulos has been practicing school psychology in Maine for 15 years. She specializes in psychological evaluations of children and adolescents with suspected difficulties in learning, development, and behavioral and emotional regulation, specifically the assessment of autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorder, English Language Learner evaluations, and learning disabilities. Dr. Boulos is also interested in the impact of stressful events and exposure to traumatic experience on child development and adjustment. Prior to working at Maine Child Psychology, Dr. Boulos worked as a school psychologist and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Margaret Murphy Center for Children. Jayne continues to teach graduate students enrolled in the school psychology program at the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Boulos earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology and Master of Education in school psychology from the University of Southern Maine, and completed her doctorate in school psychology at that institution in December, 2015. Dr. Boulos enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her family.
Kathleen L Weiss PhD
Dr. Weiss received her doctorate in clinical psychology in 1999 from the University of Virginia's Curry Programs in Clinical and School Psychology. Here she received specialized training in early intervention with at-risk infants and conducted research on parent-child attachment in special needs populations. Dr. Weiss completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in child/pediatric psychology at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio Texas. She developed a specific interest in pediatric consultation and assisting children with chronic medical conditions. Dr. Weiss and family moved to Maine in 2012. Personal interests include wildlife, walking her dog, watching her boys play hockey, and the Boston Red Sox.
Elizabeth Barker PhD
licensed psychologist school psychologist
Dr. Barker received her doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 2015. After completing her pre-doctoral internship at Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District in Texas, she returned to her home state to provide psychological services to Maine children and their families. Dr. Barker specializes in psychological assessment of children and adolescents with suspected problems in development, learning, and emotional or behavioral functioning. Specific interests include early childhood assessment and intervention, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, and intellectual disabilities. Dr. Barker has experience consulting with schools, community programs, and parents around positive behavior management techniques and best practices to support healthy social emotional development. Personal interests include travel, good food, and spending time with her family. Dr. Barker is delighted to be serving children and their families across the state of Maine.
Glen Davis PhD
Dr. Davis received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Vermont in 1985, and has been licensed as a psychologist in Maine for 30 years. He specializes in psychological evaluations of children and adolescents with suspected problems in learning, development and behavioral and emotional regulation. Specific interests include the assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and learning disorders, as well as evaluating anxiety disorders in children, disruptive behavior disorders such as oppositional defiant disorder, and the impact of stressful events and exposure to traumatic experiences on child development and adjustment. Before he started Maine Child Psychology in 2011, Dr. Davis was the psychology director at MaineGeneral Medical Center, where he worked for 25 years. He remains on the consulting medical staff of MaineGeneral. Dr. Davis has served as the chair of the Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists since 2005. Personal interests include bicycling, hiking, and guitar.