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Dr. Nichol Eaton-Wolkiewicz is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified School Psychologist with over a  decade of experience in practice specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents and families as well as conducting psychological, educational, and personality assessments.  In addition, Dr. Eaton is a previous full-time faculty member at Medaille College where she served as Clinical Assistant Professor in the Doctoral Program of Clinical Psychology.  She left that full-time position to focus more on her practice and children, but remains affiliated with the College, and now serves as an adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor. In addition, she is a consulting partner in the doctoral internship program under the direction of Roswell Park and Oishei Children's Hospital.  Dr. Eaton was previously a member of the Executive Board for the Buffalo Autism Project (BAP).  She is currently a member of the Foundation Board of Directors for Aspire of WNY.

She approaches treatment through cognitive, behavioral, and relational models using evidence-based interventions.  Dr. Eaton has experience working with issues such as disruptive behaviors, attention problems, over activity, anxiety and depression, divorce and separation, learning challenges, developmental disabilities, Autism spectrum disorders, as well as providing parent consultation and support. She has additional experience working with college and university students focusing on specific presenting issues (including inattention, bipolar, depression, and anxiety) as well as transitional challenges relating to Autism. Dr. Eaton obtained her doctoral degree and a master’s degree in school psychology from Alfred University and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. 

Previously as a researcher and consultant, Dr. Eaton worked with agencies across the state of New York to support the implementation of evidence-based and quality services to children and families.  She previously served as adjunct faculty for St. Bonaventure University's Graduate Program in Counseling Education for 3 years.

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