Hopebridge BCBAs receive clinical support that is unrivaled in the industry.
Our support structure meets and exceeds typical BACB recommendations, and Hopebridge BCBAs have ample opportunity for collaboration and support from a team of outstanding BCBAs. The Hopebridge360™ Grand Rounds clinical review team provides clinical staff with an interdisciplinary support team which they can access for feedback, ideas, and support on challenging cases. Our growing diagnostic team, made up of Health Service Providers in Psychology, offer additional peer reviews for BCBA caseloads.
We have a research team that works collaboratively with researchers and clinicians throughout the country to advance awareness, development, and access to behavior analysis. Research from Hopebridge studies has been presented at conferences and submitted for publication in peer reviewed journals.
Brad Beebe, Ph.D., BCBA-D, HSPP
Dr. Beebe received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Louisville. He has extensive clinical experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnoses, traumatic brain injuries, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. His career experience with inpatient and center-based Autism programs includes program development, data recording for skills curricula and behavior reduction plans, intake assessments for designing treatment plans, staff supervision, and coordination of services.
Michael Cameron, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Dr. Cameron is the Founder and Chief Scientific Officer for The Cedar Group and is experienced in the area of behavioral intervention technologies, behavioral medicine, behavioral health assessment, knowledge management, organizational development, and higher education. Prior to founding The Cedar Group, Dr. Cameron was the Chief Executive and Scientific Officer for ObiGobi. He also served as the Chief Clinical Officer for Pacific Child and Family Associates, and was a tenured Associate Professor and the Founding Chair of the Department of Behavior Analysis at Simmons College. Dr. Cameron earned his master’s degree in applied behavior analysis and his Ph.D. in experimental psychology from Northeastern University.
Megan O’Bryan, Ph.D., HSPP
Dr. O’Bryan specializes in anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder. In her career, she has provided developmental assessments for children entering preschool and kindergarten with various private schools, and consulted for St. Vincent Hospitals’ Family Medicine & Pediatric Residency programs and with resident physicians in the mental health and developmental care of pediatric patients. Dr. O’Bryan has provided clinical supervision to Masters’ level therapists and has worked with several major providers of mental health services in the Indianapolis area. She earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Cincinnati, and a B.A. degree in psychology and religion from Denison University.
Michael O’Brien, Ph.D., HSPP
Dr. O’Brien earned his Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in clinical psychology from the Rosemead School of Psychology. He also holds a master’s in psychology from Ball State University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University. Dr. O’Brien has been in in private practice since 2000, and volunteers time for the “Give an Hour” program that services veterans and service members.
Sarah Henning, Ph.D., HSPP
Dr. Henning provides a wide range of services for adolescents and adults. She has practiced extensively in both inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, as well as academic and outpatient practice settings. Her areas of interest and expertise include ADHD, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders.
James Lowery, Ph.D., HSPP
Dr. Lowery brings over thirty years of treatment experience in inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospital settings. He specializes in cognitive behavior, and is trained in brief solution-focused psychotherapy. Dr. Lowery received his B.A. degree from Otterbein College, and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Toledo.
Kim Strunk, MS, OTR
Kim Strunk founded Hopebridge Pediatric Specialists in 2005 and serves as President and Chief Clinical Officer. Following nine years of clinic based and early intervention practice, Kim set out to create a practice that brought together highly trained therapists whose passion was providing hope and support to families living with a child with a disability. Each Hopebridge clinic is the outcome of this passion and effort. She has dedicated her career to pediatrics with a focus in sensory processing disorders, feeding disorders and Autism. Kim earned her MS degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Indianapolis.