Marcie K. Barbato
Marcie K. Barbato
Cerebral Prescriber
ABOUT Marcie K. Barbato

After graduating with a BA in Psychology from SUNY @ Buffalo, Marcie Barbato NP went on to achieve her MS in Nursing from Syracuse University, where she graduated with honors. She has been deeply committed to treating patients, since then, for over the last 17 years.

Ms. Barbato has worked in a variety of different clinical settings which has strengthened her knowledge base and skills set as a health care provider. She dedicated her first 8 years as a medical provider within an inpatient psychiatric hospital which gave her a unique education about the clinical presentation and management of chronic severe mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia, psychosis and various mood and personality disorders.

She has also practiced as a primary care provider in multiple settings including an active duty army base, a VA clinic, a college health clinic, and an occupational/environmental health clinic.
She has also worked on the Acute Pain Service team at Upstate Medical University Hospital where she developed expert-level pain management skills.

Most recently, Ms. Barbato NP had been performing in-home multidimensional clinical evaluations on patients to identify unmet healthcare needs. It became evident that many people had been suffering with uncontrolled mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and insomnia which we’re having a huge impact on their quality of life and overall health status. Often times, people stated that their PCP was unaware of this either due to a lack of time during office visits, fear of negative stigmas related to mental health or just not feeling comfortable enough to talk about it.

You can rest assured that you can trust Marcie Barbato NP to prioritize your mental health concerns and develop an individualized treatment plan with you that will be based on the latest research and medical guidelines available to ensure a brighter future and better quality of life for you.

You don’t have to struggle in silence. You can be in-silent. You can live well with a mental health condition, as long as you open up to somebody about it. -Demi Lovato

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National Suicide Prevention Hotline:
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