Crystal Honeycutt, ND, Hb
"Be the change you wish to see in the world"
Crystal Honeycutt is a clinical naturopath and registered clinical herbalist.
She uses evidence-based botanical medicine, mind-body methodology, and lifestyle coaching to address chronic health and wellness issues:
- Emotional Health
Crystal holds a doctorate in Classical Naturopathy from Clayton College of Natural Health and is registered as Clinical Herbalist through the American Herbalist Guild.
Fall of 2017, Crystal is returning to school in order to take her holistic medicine skills to mainstream healthcare through integrative medicine.
Crystal teaches both the public and health professionals. She is on faculty at Herbal Medics University where she teaches clinical herbal medicine and is spearheading a specialty program in Psychobiology for mental health. She has taught at acclaimed herbal conferences, for professional supplement companies and offers professional mentorship and consulting for medical practices.
Other education includes, Bachelors Degree in Holistic Nutrition, Certified Interactive Imagery Coach, Energy Medicine, Lifestyle Coaching, Emotional Healing Technique (EFT), and hundreds of hours in clinical continuing education.
Crystal is a mother to a wonderful special-need child who she considers to be her greatest teacher! She is currently learning American Sign Language, and has a weakness for stray animals (and people!), dark chocolate and books.
"I came to Crystal for help with a symptom, and she found a protocol for working with my immune system dysregulation no one else had found. She also knew when she could help and when to refer. Crystal calmed the symptom storm I was experiencing and referred me to a physician who linked what I was experiencing to the immune system dysregulation I have that no one knows how to treat. Crystal then took on study of the condition and found herbs that down-regulate and work on the specific pathways of my condition. She has helped me understand why some of my previous treatments have worked and why some have actually been harmful, given my condition. It is very rare to find such a compassionate care-giver, who is willing to take the time to research and craft protocols based on the unique history and needs of each individual. I am so grateful for her wisdom and help”! --N.H. 2016