Dr. Kristen Hurley is a licensed clinical psychologist with a concentration in children. She earned her bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees from the University of Indianapolis as of 2015. Dr. Hurley also completed a predoctoral internship at the Tulsa Center for Child Psychology within the Northeastern Oklahoma Psychology Internship Program and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Riley Child Development Center.
Dr. Hurley's areas of expertise include the assessment and diagnosis of neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities. Dr. Hurley is also certified in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), a family-based treatment for young children with behavioral problems. In addition, Dr. Hurley conducts assessments for a variety of other learning and emotional problems, as well as therapy for anxiety and mood concerns.
Dr. Estes is a clinical neuropsychologist. He is licensed in clinical psychology with specialization in neuropsychology and health psychology. He earned his bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees from the University of Indianapolis as of 2005. Dr. Estes also completed a neuropsychology internship at the Henry Ford Hospital System in Detroit, Michigan and completed his post-doctoral training through the residency program at the Indiana Neuroscience Institute in 2007.
Dr. Estes' area of expertise includes brain development throughout the life span. He is passionate about helping those with a variety of brain-related conditions, including dementia (e.g., Alzheimer's, Parkinson's), brain injury, stroke, seizures, movement disorders, chronic pain, developmental delays, and learning disorders. Dr. Estes sees children, adults, and seniors.
Dr. Estes is actively involved in the neuropsychology community, and has served on a number of committees at both the state and national level. He is a published author and guest lecturer.