A clinical psychologist with board certification in behavioral sleep medicine, she provides treatment for children with insomnia, circadian rhythm disruption, and other sleep disorders.  Dr. Honaker also directs the Healthy Sleep for Kids research laboratory and conducts research on sleep in children and adolescents.

Dr. Honaker's research examines the development and implementation of strategies to promote evidence-based care for children’s sleep disorders.  Specifically, she has examined the use of computer decision support systems in primary care to: 1) facilitate identification and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and infant night wakings; and 2) promote sleep health in children. 

Sarah Honaker PhD is a clinical psychologist with specialty training and board certification in behavioral sleep medicine. She treats and studies children ages 0-18 years with pediatric sleep difficulties, including insomnia, circadian rhythm sleep disorders, hypersomnia, parasomnia, and nightmares.

Rheumatology/Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
PhD, University of South Carolina, Clinical Psychology, 2007
MA, University of South Carolina, 2004
BA, Grinnell College, Psychology, 1998