“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.”
Compassionate. Experienced. Supportive.
Alexis Honeycutt is a native Floridian, wife, mother, and proud graduate of the University of Central Florida, where she obtained both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from their highly recognized Psychology and Counseling programs. After graduating, she returned to UCF as an adjunct instructor to teach undergraduate course work in Marriage and Intimate Relationships. A lifelong learner, Alexis is passionate about continued education and pursuing the most up to date research in her field. Being a part of the UCF community has allowed her to continue honing her skills in a variety of areas including counseling research and progressive communication techniques.
In a counseling setting Alexis is known for her empathetic approach, where she provides an atmosphere of compassion and emotional safety. Alexis specializes in Marriage and Family Counseling, where she has obtained several notable distinctions and certifications. In addition to working with couples, Alexis also works with individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, emotional distress, trauma, life adjustment, and those who want to improve their sense of well-being.
In her personal life Alexis is happily married, and loves to spend time with her two sons. Her family especially looks forward to spending time in the mountains every year and taking scenic drives on the Blue Ridge Parkway. When she isn’t counseling, Alexis enjoys riding her bike, reading, baking and singing.
Alexis maintains a private practice in Oviedo, and provides training, co-facilitation, and consultation to several other counseling organizations within the greater Orlando community.
• Certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Family Mediator.
• A Gottman trained Educator of the Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work program.
• Fully trained to facilitate PREPARE/ENRICH, an assessment-based marriage program.
• Qualified and trained to perform EMDR therapy with clients who have experienced trauma or emotional distress.