Get to know our qualified team

Our team of psychologists and therapists have the professional
expertise to make a real difference in your life.

We’re Accepting Applications!
ABC is actively looking to add licensed psychologists and/or licensed mental health professionals to our diverse and dedicated group practice for in person and/or telehealth services. Please send inquiries and information to psych2003@comcast.net

Michele Boberg, Ph.D., HSPP
Michele is a Licensed Psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.  She has extensive experience in the areas of depression, anxiety/stress, trauma/abuse recovery, loss and grief issues, relationship skills, divorce recovery, PTSD, parent/child conflicts, and other personal issues. Michele has been practicing for over 25 years. She brings a calming strength and hope to the counseling arena to facilitate the achievement of personal and meaningful changes.

Nikki Eubank, PsyD, HSPP
Dr. Eubank graduated from the American School of Professional Psychology, Washington D.C. Campus with a degree in Clinical Psychology. She came to Muncie Indiana for an internship at a Residential Youth Center. After completing her school and licensing requirements, she became the Chief Clinical Psychologist. Currently, Dr. Eubank is the co-owner of Associates in Behavioral Counseling. In her spare time, she teaches graduate level psychology classes, consults with profit and non-profit agencies, supervises therapist seeking training in Eye Movement-Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, and conducts professional trainings and research. Dr. Eubank is a Certified EMDR therapist and certification as a Domestic Violence Advocate.

Lina L. Burkhart, Ph.D., HSPP
Lina received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia, where she specialized in working with children of all ages and their families.  She has been a Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider in Psychology for over 16 years and has extensive experience working with a variety of childhood social, emotional, and behavioral concerns. Lina aims to create a safe and supportive therapeutic environment through her non-judgmental warmth and authentic desire to support, empower, and be present with others as they navigate through challenges and uncover, reconnect to, and/or embrace their worth.Lina welcomes ALL colors, ALL beliefs, ALL genders, ALL religions,  ALL sizes, ALL types, ALL people. Everyone.  YOU are safe here.

Rusty Higgins, M.A.
Rusty received his Master’s Degree in Pre-Counseling from Ball State University in 1988. He has a direct and open style of personal interaction that is both warm and engaging, creating a therapeutic atmosphere that is safe and growth oriented. He specializes in the areas of depression, anxiety/stress management, self-identity empowerment, grief and loss issues, parent/child issues, men’s issues, change of life adjustments and many more. Rusty believes in helping his clients create their own solutions in learning to live happy and healthy lives.

Rachel Miller, MeD, LMHC
Rachel has a Master’s of Education in Human Development and Counseling. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a specialization in adolescents and adults with trauma-related disorders, depression, and anxiety. Her approach to counseling is client centered with a belief that each person has what they need to find healing and success but may need some guidance and support to achieve it. She has an integrative approach which draws from various perspectives including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Mindfulness Strategies.

G. Ean Taylor, MSW, LSW
Ean received his Master’s Degree in Mental Health and Addiction Social Work at Indiana University located within IUPUI Campus – Indianapolis in 2016. He is a Licensed Social Worker currently working toward his clinical designation in social work. Ean has knowledge in areas related to sexual orientation and gender identity, depression, anxiety, parent/child issues, foster parenting and substance abuse. He is accepting of all populations. He pulls primary from psychodynamic and humanistic theoretical approaches. Ean uses CBT, DBT and ACT to formulate interventions. He has worked with children to seniors providing a safe and empowering environment to assist all individuals in a holistic approach to a healthy mind, body and spirit.

Reilly Beaman
Reilly is a Master’s Level Intern through the Ball State University counseling, psychology program, majoring in social psychology in clinical mental health counseling. She is under the supervision of a licensed psychologist at associates in behavioral counseling. Her experience has been working with children, adolescents, and young adults. Her main approach to counseling is using various interventions, including cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, behavioral therapy, interactive/play therapy, and mindfulness practice. Reilly provides a safe and supportive environment to help guide clients toward healing and growth.

 

Michael A. Moses, M.A.
Michael is a Counseling Psychology Doctoral student at Ball State University, currently serving as a therapist under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. Michael received his masters degree in clinical mental health counseling from Ball State University. His experiences are in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, and relationship concerns. Additionally, he has experience administering neuropsychological and cognitive assessments. Michael takes pride working with clients through a multicultural lens. He specifically uses cognitive, humanistic, and emotion focused approaches as he collaborates with clients to help them accomplish their therapeutic goals.

Paige Chastain, MA
Paige received her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ball State University in July of 2022. She is diligently preparing for the licensure examination in the state of Indiana in order to become a licensed mental health counselor associate, and subsequently, a licensed mental health counselor. Amidst Paige’s time at Ball State University, she interned at the university’s counseling center, where she worked with young adults, as well as the university’s counseling practicum clinic, where she worked with children and adolescents. These opportunities offered Paige experience in a range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety and stress, trauma, ADHD and related behavior and conduct problems. Paige uses an integrative approach to therapy, pulling from many approaches, as she believes people are as unique as their concerns, so a one-size-fits-all approach will never suffice. However, she believes that multicultural and client-centered approaches are fundamental to working with a wide range of people with a wide range of concerns.

Kim Cooper, Office Administrator