Meet Our Providers
Dr. Tonya Battle
Dr. Battle is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder of Battle Clinical Services. Dr. Battle offers over 15 years of expertise in the treatment of adolescents and young adults with depression, anxiety, trauma, and learning disorders.
She utilizes a person-centered and systems approach to help clients and their families work together to understand and overcome the challenges they face. She views each individual as a unique system where culture, spirituality, and community are all vital components.
By utilizing integrative techniques, she helps her clients explore areas in their life-space where they are experiencing distress.
Bill Rabulinski is a licensed clinical professional counselor with over a decade of experience in the field of mental health. Having earned his master’s degree in forensic psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology he has worked with adult clients in various capacities and settings during this time. He spent the past 5 years working in community mental health and before that worked in outpatient substance abuse treatment and in correctional mental health.
Mr. Rabulinski welcomes individuals struggling with a variety of issues but has an interest in trauma/abuse, depression, anxiety, and stress management. Mr. Rabulinski works with clients through a CBT/ACT-focused counseling lens, as well as a client/person-centered approach.
Anna Gatson completed her Bachelor of Science in Social Work at Western Illinois University in May of 2018. Upon graduation, she immediately began to follow her dreams by receiving her Masters in Social Work with a specialty in healthcare from Aurora University. She received her Masters in Social work with a specialty in healthcare in December of 2019.
Anna's passion is helping others become the best version of themselves. She brings a sense of understanding, compassion, wisdom, self-determination, and hopefulness to each of her clients. Anna's goal is to build positive rapport with each client and make it a safe place to express themselves regardless of beliefs.
Kijuana Boulrece treats clients of all ages with a specialty in adolescent development. Her expertise is in trauma, anxiety, depression, couples distress, parenting, multicultural/racial issues, and spiritual and identity development.
Kijuana utilizes evidence-based practices and experiential therapies, coupled with psychoeducation and understanding of the brain. Her approach is nurturing, strengths-based, and solution-focused. S
Kijuana received a Master of Counseling from Northwestern University, an MBA from North Central College, and is Trauma Certified (CCTP). Throughout her career, she has worked in the corporate world of business and finance, as well in education, helping adults and students develop actionable plans to accomplish their goals.
Veronica N. Buckles, B.A.
Veronica Buckles completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Chicago State University. Upon graduation, she immediately began to pursue a Master of Art in Counseling.
She has completed targeted training programs aimed at working with children, adolescents, and families and she uses this training to help patients work through complex and traumatic experiences. Veronica also works with adults who are in need of an empathic ear and clinical interventions.
Veronica has a professional background in
working with youth and as a family mentor
with The Department of Children and Family Services. As a former Youth Pastor, Veronica is able to integrate her spiritual beliefs within the therapeutic context.
Sylvia S. Neil
Sylvia Neil graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She also earned a bachelor's degree in computer information systems from St. Leo University. In 2020 Sylvia enrolled at Regent University in Virginia to pursue her M.A. in Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy and subsequent licensure as an LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.) Her passion is for strengthening marriages and families through therapy. Sylvia brings a sense of mature wisdom, powerful presence, and hopefulness to each of her clients.
Sylvia is a Christian, however, she works with all clients regardless of their spiritual preference. Her preferred theoretical approach for individuals is cognitive behavioral therapy and structural family therapy for couples and families.