Dr. Bishop grew up in Flint and Swartz Creek Michigan and attended Saginaw Valley State University. He completed his Masters degree in general/experimental psychology from Central Michigan University. It was there that he became excited about research and developed an interest in the neurosciences. Out of an attempt to bring several areas of his life together he was lead to Wheaton College where he studied the interface between biology, psychology, and spirituality. Dr. Bishop completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology after his internship in Kansas with the Wichita Clinical Psychology Internship Consortium and Prairie View in 1998. He went on to serve with Prairie View where he practiced as a generalist and began to work within the primary care setting. Dr. Bishop also participated in consulting with agencies and hospitals on organizational health. In 2003 Dr. Bishop and his family moved to Tennessee to be part of Cherokee Health Systems and the pediatric primary care center in Talbott, TN. He joined the Johnson City Family Practice Residency Program in March 2012. His professional and research interest include primary care, rural and organizational health, faith and medicine, positive psychology in medical care, sports psychology, and neuropsychology. Dr. Bishop and his wife Barb, who is brilliant in math, have three children, two in college and one that thinks she should already be in college. They are often found together on a trail, running, or camping. Dr. Bishop can be reached at email@example.com.