Hopebridge Welcomes New Health Service Provider in Psychology to Expand Diagnostic Services
Indianapolis, IN. – April 4, 2017 – We are pleased to announce today that Dr. Michael O’Brien will be working with Hopebridge as Health Service Provider in Psychology, in multiple clinic locations across central Indiana. He will be a part of the Hopebridge diagnostic team, which focuses on assessment and intervention for children and adolescents who may fall on the autism spectrum.
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.
Dennis May, CEO of Hopebridge said, “Dr. O’Brien’s experience with children on the spectrum will make him a key addition to our diagnostic team. The increasing demand for autism services throughout the state of Indiana led us to look for a provider who will live the Hopebridge mission of helping children live the best life possible. We are lucky to have found someone like Dr. O’Brien to fulfill this role, and are excited to have him on board!”
Kim Strunk, Founder and Chief Clinical Officer of Hopebridge, added, “Dr. O’Brien has an excellent and established reputation, we are proud to have him as a member of our team which will make diagnostic services more readily available to our central Indiana locations.”