Corby Bubp, Ph.D., HSPP

Dr. Bubp is a fellowship trained Neuropsychologist who specializes in the neuropsychological evaluation and treatment of brain-based disorders such as traumatic brain injury, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, learning disorders and attention deficit disorder. He provides psychoeducational evaluation and treatment recommendations for students, families and the schools. In his clinical practice, Dr. Bubp provides psychological interventions and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy for children and adults with developmental, learning, emotional and behavioral problems. Dr. Bubp also provides forensic assessments and attorney consultation.

Kevin P. Dugan, Ph.D., HSPP

Dr. Dugan works with school-aged children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He specializes in relationship difficulties, anxiety, self-esteem, and mood issues, especially bipolar disorders. Dr. Dugan also specializes in issues of a religious or spiritual nature. He has served as an adjunct professor at Ball State University and Marian College.

Sarah J. Szerlong, Ph.D., HSPP

Dr. Szerlong works with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She is specialized in working with school-aged children to address child behavioral problems, anger management, mood problems, and family systems concerns. Dr. Szerlong also specializes in adult anxiety disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, panic disorder, and agoraphobia. She also works alongside the neuropsychologists at PPS and provides Cogmed working memory training to individuals struggling with attention and/or cognitive functioning concerns related to poor working memory. In addition, Dr. Szerlong serves as an adjunct professor with the University of Indianapolis. Her research interests surround multicultural issues, and she is available to provide multicultural training and education to companies and individuals in the Indianapolis area.

Kelly Earnst, Ph.D., HSPP

Dr. Earnst is a fellowship trained neuropsychologist who specializes in neuropsychological and psychological assessment of both adults and adolescents. Adult and geriatric evaluations involve assessment of memory problems, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, stroke, traumatic brain injury, ADHD, competency, fitness for duty, depression/anxiety and other emotional difficulties, and chronic pain. Evaluation for adolescents involve assessment of ADHD, learning disorders, autism-spectrum disorders, and emotional and adjustment difficulties.

Sean Samuels, PsyD, MLS, CSAYC, HSPP

Dr. Samuels specializes in the provision of forensic assessment services including Parental competency, Violence risk assessment, Sexual offender risk assessment, Mental status at the time of the offense, Criminal competencies (e.g. competency to stand trial), Malingering, and Psychopathy. Dr. Samuels also has extensive experience in provision of psychological assessments including Fitness for Duty, Employment Screenings, Intellectual Disability, Worker’s Compensation, Independent Medical Evaluations, and Neuropsychological screening assessments.

April Krowel, Ph.D., Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellow

April earned her doctorate in counseling psychology from Ball State University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at VA Illiana Health Care System, with special emphasis in neuropsychological assessment. Dr. Krowel is completing a two-year neuropsychology fellowship specializing in neuropsychological evaluations and the treatment of brain-based disorders such as dementia, traumatic brain injury, stroke, learning disorders, and attention-deficit disorder. She also provides cognitive-behavioral/interpersonal psychotherapy for adults and geriatrics with a variety of concerns including stress management, depression and anxiety symptoms, and end-of-life issues.

Lauren Butler, PsyD

Dr. Butler graduated with her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis, where specialized in the treatment of children, adolescents, and their families. She is passionate about treating children and adolescents who have a history of trauma and other chronic stressors. Dr. Butler treats clients who have difficulty coping effectively with stress and depressive symptoms that interfere with quality of life. She also specializes in comprehensive psychological evaluations, including evaluations for complex psychological issues as well as court-ordered clients (e.g. Psychosexual Risk Evaluations and Parenting Evaluations). Additionally, she treats adults who have difficulty coping with ongoing stress or depressive symptoms.

Amber Holmes, M.A

Amber Holmes received her Bachelor of Arts from Butler University and Master of Arts in counseling from Ball State University. She is passionate about providing therapy to young children, adolescents, young adults, and families. She completed her master’s internship at Butler University Counseling & Consultation Services, where she provided individual therapy for anxiety, depression, trauma, eating disorders, adjustment issues, anger management, and family-related concerns. Her areas of special interest are grief and loss, family-of-origin, attachment disorders and foster care/adoption. She utilizes primarily cognitive-behavioral and family-systems therapies, but ultimately believes in providing therapy individualized to each client.

Kristoffer Schnur

Dr. Kristoffer Schnur is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with older adolescents and adults. He specializes in health psychology, an area of the field focused on understanding how psychological, behavioral, and social factors contribute to health and well-being. Dr. Schnur uses a variety of modalities to assist patients in managing an array of medical and psychological concerns. He has specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), a highly effective, evidence based therapy to treat insomnia. Dr. Schnur is also trained in biofeedback, an evidence based treatment shown to be helpful for managing various conditions such as insomnia, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, ADHD, chronic pain and tension and migraine headaches. Dr. Schnur is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Indiana University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry.