Rebecca Volino Robinson

Rebecca Volino Robinson (she/her) is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. in Clinical-Community Psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She has gained valuable experience over the past decade, having worked with diverse individuals in various settings in Alaska, including academic, refugee resettlement, tribal health, and primary care settings. Before her current position, Dr. Robinson led the development of a behavioral health service line aimed at increasing and easing access to high-quality, evidence-based care for Alaska Native people while working at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.

Currently, Dr. Robinson serves as the Director of Behavioral Health at the Providence Alaska Family Medicine Residency, where she oversees the delivery of integrated behavioral health services at Providence Family Medicine Center and manages the psychiatry and transcultural health rotations for medical residents. Additionally, she is the Co-Director of Training for the Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium.

Dr. Robinson’s specialties include trauma psychology, healing-centered program development, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance and often integrates yoga psychology into her professional practice. Additionally, she holds a certificate in Executive Healthcare Leadership, allowing her to balance the financial and business aspects of clinical operations while prioritizing the needs of both consumers and providers.

On a personal note, Dr. Robinson enjoys traveling in her free time and has visited 50 US states and 12 countries. She is also interested in healthy aging and is working towards visiting each of the original “blue zones” worldwide.


Dianna Mohrmann

Dianna Mohrmann is a licensed clinical psychologist and currently works as a forensic psychologist for the Alaska Psychiatric Institute (API), overseeing restoration treatment and conducting competency to stand trial evaluations. She earned her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and moved to Alaska in 2014 to complete her predoctoral internship at API. She completed her postdoctoral training at Anchorage Community Mental Health Services and at API. She has experience providing individual and group therapy as well as psychological assessments in a number of settings including inpatient hospitals, a partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient, community mental health, and private practice. Prior to returning to API in 2023, Dr. Mohrmann worked as the clinical supervisor for the adult outpatient program at Alaska Behavioral Health. She has training and experience with both Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Outside of work, Dr. Mohrmann enjoys spending time with her family and exploring Alaska.


Paige Morrow

Paige was born and raised in Colorado on the plains and graduated with a Bachelor in History and Minor in Anthropology.  Paige moved to Alaska in 2016 for the no other reason than, ‘I want to.’ Paige started at AKFMR/PFMC in 2019 as a PSS. She has worked as the Staffing Coordinator and Medical Student Coordinator before settling into the Behavioral Health and Addiction Medicine Coordinator. A goal in her career is to help others which drew her to healthcare.  Even though she is behind the scenes, she continues to help the population who need it most. Outside of work you can find Paige reading, cooking, on the trails skiing, hiking, biking, running, etc., or on the water in some capacity.

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Erin Johnson, PhD

Keri Boyd, PhD

Dr. Keri Boyd is a Licensed Psychologist born and raised in Alaska. She earned her doctoral degree from the UAF Clinical-Community Ph.D. program with a rural and Indigenous emphasis, and completed her pre-doctoral internship in Nome. Keri has worked in Community Mental Health, Tribal Health, Hospital, intensive outpatient, and educational settings in rural and urban communities throughout Alaska. She has experience providing individual and group psychotherapy with a variety of adults and teens across a range of clinical conditions including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, relational distress, and identity development. Her approach to treatment is collaborative and relational with grounding in short-term dynamic and existential psychotherapy. Her research interests are community-based and participatory research methodology and Alaska Native Successful Aging. Dr. Boyd has been with APIA since 2018 in a variety of roles and is currently providing direct care, supervision, and serves as a faculty member for AK-PIC and the Alaska Tribal Fellowship. She is passionate about living and working in Alaska and committed to supporting the health and well-being of all Alaskans. Outside of work she and her partner enjoy all things outdoors and spending time with family, friends, and pups.

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Iva GreyWolf, Ph.D.

Iva GreyWolf, PhD, has served in the field of behavioral health for over 40 years in rural and remote communities mostly with underserved indigenous people, much of that time in Alaska. She is a licensed clinical psychologist who is committed to serving the underserved and her special interest include complex trauma and addictions treatment. Dr. GreyWolf is Assiniboine and Anishinabe, roots in Montana and Wisconsin. She has been a cultural consultant/advisor to AKPIC since its inception in 2009. She is a trainer/consultant nationally and internationally on a variety of behavioral health issues such as complex trauma, co-occurring disorders, grief, clinical supervision and resilience. Dr. GreyWolf has served as a member and chair of the American Psychological Association Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs and as a member and chair of the APA Committee on Rural Health, as a commissioner on the Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification and on the Alaska Board of Psychologists. GreyWolf is an APA fellow. She currently serves on CEMRRAT2, the APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment Retention and Training. Dr. GreyWolf is currently the president of the Society of Indian Psychologists. She and her husband reside in Oregon where they enjoy being Master Gardeners and Master Food Preservers. They have 10 children between them, multiple grandchildren, and one rescue cat.

Erin Iwamoto, Psy.D.

Erin Iwamoto is a behavioral scientist and pain psychologist with the Alaska Family Medicine Residency/Providence Family Medicine Center. She graduated with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University’s School of Graduate Psychology. During her graduate career, she completed Pacific University’s Health Psychology emphasis and her training was based in both pain and internal medicine clinics. Erin completed her doctoral internship with the Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium at AKFMR/PFMC, where she also completed her post-doctoral work. She has over a decade of experience in behavioral health and has worked with individuals with complex medical conditions, severe and persistent mental illnesses, and the forensics population. Erin has a special interest in chronic pain psychology and improving access to comprehensive chronic pain management for patients. She specializes in working with patients to improve health behavior change through motivational interviewing and solution-focused therapy and provides Prolonged Exposure for PTSD, and CBT for Insomnia. Erin has a passion for providing trainings for healthcare providers in topics such as chronic pain, motivational interviewing, and de-escalation techniques. She is a member of the International Association for the Study of Pain and the American Psychological Association. Erin was raised in Alaska and returned to her home state to continue her career after completing her graduate program. She enjoys landscape and wildlife photography, hiking, and reading.

By Thao

By Thao has been with AK-PIC: Providence Family Medicine/Alaska Family Medicine Residency site since November 2016. As a Student Rotation Coordinator/Program Coordinator, her primary responsibility is supporting student learners for the Residency and the consortium. She also assist in administrative work as needed. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at University of Alaska, Anchorage, and is currently pursuing her Master in Public Health. By enjoys hiking, fishing, and camping with friends and family.

Rebecca Robinson, Ph.D.

Rebecca Volino Robinson, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, holds a doctoral degree in Clinical-Community Psychology, with a Rural and Indigenous Emphasis, from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Her professional background includes research with international refugees and individuals who experience homelessness in the American context. She has worked with a variety of community organizations to improve service delivery to these populations and has peer-reviewed publications in these areas. Dr. Robinson is currently employed by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium where she provides consultation to specialty medical clinics, direct clinical service to rural Tribal Health Organizations, and education through faculty appointments with the HRSA-funded AIDS Education and Training Center and the Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium. Dr. Robinson has extensive experience working with adults and communities with histories of complex trauma and problems associated with this history including substance misuse, infectious, and chronic disease. She is experienced in trauma-informed program development, implementation, and evaluation and identifies as an Acceptance and Commitment therapist. Dr. Robinson is an advocate for work-life balance. When she is not working, you can find her spending time with family and friends, hiking in the Chugach Mountains, or at home reading a book.

Mark Holman, Psy.D.

Dr. Mark Holman is a Clinical and Health Psychologist. He has been licensed since 2007 and has worked in rural areas of Georgia, New Mexico, and Alaska. He holds a Doctorate of Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. He has worked in hospital and outpatient settings providing assessment and treatment for a culturally and clinically diverse variety of clinical presentations. Prior to joining APIA he worked with veterans and helped to integrate the primary care and mental services of the Alaska VA Healthcare System. He provides both direct patient care as well as supervision and consultation. He has provided multiple trainings and consultation in evidenced practices for treating chronic insomnia as well as in Motivational Interviewing. Dr. Holman utilizes research based practices and works with individuals across the lifespan as well couples and families. He primarily uses brief dynamic, existential, and cognitive therapy modalities to help patients enact meaningful change and recover from suffering. Dr. Holman resides in Anchorage with his wife and two young sons.