Dr. Gregor earned his bachelor's degree in psychology from Willamette University, his master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary, and master's and Doctor of Psychology degrees from George Fox University. Joel teaches two courses in our program each year and is the clinical director for the GFU Behavioral Health Clinic.
He has experience as a forensic psychologist from working at the Oregon State Hospital and has worked in various children's outpatient clinics. His clinical work focuses on assessment and treatment for the chronically mentally ill and for children and families.
Current research interests include effective brief therapy for children and families. Dr. Gregor enjoys spending his leisure time with his wife, two children and their menagerie of pets. He also enjoys swimming, visiting the coast and going to movies.
Chloe Ackerman, MA, is completing her doctoral training in clinical psychology at George Fox University and Providence Medical Group. She has previously completed training with Oregon Health and Science University Family Medicine and North Clackamas School District. She is particularly interested in gender and spiritual issues, depression and anxiety, and working with underserved populations. She enjoys cycling, music, exploring Portland, and taking too many pictures of her sheltie Sam.
Adriana Larsen-Gisler, M.S., M.A. Adriana received a Masters degree in Biology from Mar del Plata University, Argentina, and a Masters degree in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University, Connecticut. She is currently pursuing a PhD degree in Clinical Psychology at Walden University, Minnesota. Her focus is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Multicultural Counseling, and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy. Adriana has experience working with inpatients and outpatients in a medical setting. She is a native of Argentina and is interested in assisting underserved populations. She is fluent in both Spanish and English at College level. Currently, she is conducting research in the psychopharmacology field.
Tina Kang is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. She previously earned her M.S. from California Lutheran University and a B.A. in psychology at University of Colorado, Boulder. For the past two years, she has worked as a Behavioral Health Provider, gaining experience in primary care. She also has some work with college students. While Tina enjoys working with all ages, she is particularly interested in the adult to geriatric population. Outside of work, Tina spends most of her time with her husband and parents, staying active (i.e., golf, gym, hiking, bowling, racquetball, etc), hosting dinners, and watching movies.
Kevin Lee is a Psy.D. candidate at Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University in La Mirada, CA. He previously earned a B.S. in Bible and Professional Counseling from Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA. He has gained experiences working with college/graduate students at a university counseling center, providing assessment to adolescents at a LA County high school, and working with homeless and low SES clients at a medical clinic in Skid Row, Los Angeles. His clinical interests include working with individuals, couples, and groups, and utilizing psychodynamic therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and third-wave cognitive-behavioral therapy. Current research interest include the application of religiosity in mental health treatment of Korean American families and other aspects of immigrant acculturation. Kevin also has a passion for adolescents and has served as a youth pastor throughout his undergraduate and graduate studies. Outside of the office Kevin enjoys playing the guitar, cycling, swimming, playing basketball, and finding new places to eat.
Bert Pace is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Colorado State University. His clinical interests include psychodynamic psychotherapy, existential psychotherapy, and the role of religious and spiritual beliefs in mental health. In his free time, Bert enjoys spending time in the outdoors, camping, reading, and watching movies.
Jacob Lowen is a doctoral candidate in George Fox University’s Clinical Psychology program. He earned his bachelor's degree in Psychology and his master's degree in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. Jacob has experience working with youth ages 5-17 in sub-acute inpatient psychiatric facilities and also has experience working with elementary through high school aged youth in a school environment, providing therapy and assessment. Other experiences include mental health crisis assessment, consultation, and intervention with youth and adults in a medical setting. In his free time, Jacob enjoys spending time with his wife, drinking local coffee and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Deborah Galindo is a student at the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. She earned her B.A. in Psychology at Pepperdine University and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. She has gained experiences working at a college counseling center and a medical clinic. Deborah is interested in interpersonal therapy, trauma, multicultural experiences, and is able to provide therapy in both English and Spanish. In her free time Deborah enjoys reading, music, and traveling.
Rosanna Shoup is a current student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. She earned her bachelor's degree at Kalamazoo College in Michigan with a dual major in psychology and religion. After college she worked for two years as a wilderness field instructor in North Wisconsin for a wilderness therapy company. She has facilitated therapy groups and individual interventions with adolescents and young adults struggling with issues such as of depression, trauma, attachment, and substance abuse. Her research interests include the application of systems therapies as well as the integration of psychology and religion. In her free time, Rosanna enjoys hiking, backpacking, biking, movies, and drinking cold fresh brewed ice tea
Sue Han is a student in the George Fox University Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology. She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Victoria, British Columbia and her master's degree from George Fox University. She has prior experience in a mental health hospital working with patients with acute mental illnesses. Sue is interested in psychological assessments, forensic psychology, group therapy and multicultural issues. In her free time, Sue enjoys playing tennis, learning and practicing Spanish and hiking.
Joanna Swartz is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University, with an emphasis in assessment. Joanna earned her bachelors in professional counseling and Bible from Lancaster Bible College and her masters in clinical psychology from George Fox University. She has experience working in a group home with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as providing counseling services to undergraduate students at a university. Her current interests include cognitive assessment, neuropsychology and geropsychology. In her free time, Joanna enjoys spending time with friends and family, listening to music, watching movies, and reading.