"As a behavioral health provider, learning from each person who asks me to be part of their story helps me understand their desires as well as their emotional and physical challenges," says Dr. Robyn Honeycutt. "This provides a foundation for facilitating behavioral change."
Dr. Honeycutt believes there is much to learn from her patients. "I enjoy working with people to address the biological, psychological, social and spiritual components of patient health," she says.
After earning her doctorate in clinical psychology from George Fox University, Dr. Honeycutt completed her residency with Oregon Youth Authority.
Dr. Honeycutt was born in rural Oklahoma and then moved to Oregon as a young adult to attend college. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time with family and entertaining friends.