Robert Adam Dickey Psy.D.

Consortium Director

Dr. Dickey is the director of the Central Oregon Behavioral Health Consortium (COBHC), part of East Cascade Works. The COBHC’s mission is to develop competent, culturally sensitive, and curious behavioral health providers, with a goal to improve training and retention of qualified behavioral health talent within the Central Oregon region. The COBHC aspires to address the paucity of behavioral health providers through partnerships with nineteen (19) major healthcare agencies across the Central Oregon region.

Dr. Dickey has over 10 years of experience in direct patient care with a passion for integrated behavioral health and increasing the access to high quality behavioral health care. He received his bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Studio Art from George Fox University and continued at George Fox to achieve his master’s and doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He has worked in many clinical settings from integrated behavioral health, substance use treatment, college counseling, inpatient, and Veterans Healthcare.

Dr. Dickey currently lives in Bend, OR. with his partner and two collies. He enjoys DIY projects around their property and going to the mountains for downhill skiing and hiking.

Tina Bollman

Consortium Coordinator

Tina has over 15 years of experience working in the capacity of administrative assistant and program coordinator in a medical setting. She has worked in primary care as well as private practice and thrives in a mission driven and collaborative environment.

Prior to settling into an office environment, Tina worked as a paramedic and has been a fitness instructor and personal trainer for most of her adult life. She serves as a Subject Matter Expert for the exam development process at American Council on Exercise.

A California native, Tina has lived in Bend, Oregon for over 25 years and loves the access to fresh air, sunshine, and the beautiful mountains. She still teaches fitness classes, and you can often find her on Misery Ridge at Smith Rock, which she calls her “happy place.”