Angela D. Arthur-Lykins
• B.A. Purdue University, 1988 – Psychology
• M.A. Ball State University, 1990 – Counseling Psychology
• Ph.D. Ball State University, 1994 – School Psychology (Cognate: Neuropsychology)
• Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Indiana #20040977A
• Health Service Provider in Psychology
Developmental delays, mood disorders, educational difficulties, behavioral disorders, grief issues, ADD/ADHD, language processing disorders, aging issues, trauma, chronic pain, parenting strategies, and cognitive delays.
Daniel M. Fife
• B.A. Ball State University, 2005 – Psychology
• M.A. Ball State University, 2009 – Counseling
• Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #39002500A
Behavioral disorders, mood disorders, addictions, academic difficulties, sibling conflict, anger, trauma, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, opposition, PTSD, trauma, children/teens, adults, families, autism and poly lifestyles.
Sydney M. Finke
• BSW Ball State University, 2018 – Social Work
• MSW Ball State University, 2020 – Social Work
• Licensed Social Worker # 33009899A
Anxiety, depression, behavior disorders, personality disorders, ADHD, trauma self-esteem issues, mindfulness, time management, young adult issues, adolescent issues, parenting strategies, intersectionality of sports and mental health, social media concerns, academic difficulties, grief, family systems.
Kathleen M. Rapkin
• BSW Ball State University, 2002 – Social Work
• MSW Indiana University, 2006 – Social Work
• Licensed Clinical Social Worker, #34006910A
Addictions, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, PTSD, self-esteem issues.
Amy Jo Voirol
• B.S. University of Louisville, 2000 – Sociology and Minor in Religious Studies
• M.A. Valparaiso University, 2007 – Clinical Mental Health Counseling
• Licensed Mental Health Counselor, #39002324A
Parenting strategies, behavioral disorders, mood disorders, domestic violence, sibling conflict, anger, trauma, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, opposition, PTSD, trauma, men’s issues, women’s issues, bereavement, children/teens, adults, families.
Bobbi Jo Silva
• B.A. Anderson University, 2016 – Psychology
• MSW Indiana Wesleyan University, 2020 – Social Work
• Licensed Social Worker # 33010176 A
CBT, DBT, humanistic therapy, integrative or holistic therapy, intergenerational trauma, co-parenting, abuse and trauma, attachment, burnout, grief or loss, job stress, life transitions, personal growth, interpersonal communication, skills training and development, family and adolescent crisis; social skills training; coaching; problem-solving skills; utilization of community resources; parenting; goal identification and attainment; time management; training client to access financial assistance and social services; redirecting; focusing; engaging client in activities to reduce and eliminate harmful behaviors
“I feel called to help those in need. I believe that we have an obligation to each other to help when we see an opportunity. I believe that all people have the need to be safe, secure, loved, have a sense of worth, receive attention, and be understood. I also believe that people need to have a sense of control and the ability to predict what is next for them in life. I believe that people need to be able to recognize and handle upset feelings, to be powerful in independence and competence as well as to enjoy relationships and attain a sense of belonging. I also believe that people should be encouraged to explore their environment as well as outside of their environment. I believe in the dignity and worth of people.”