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 George Fox 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.
Shaun Davis is a doctoral candidate at George Fox University. She earned her Clinical Psychology M.A. and Social and Behavioral Sciences B.A. at George Fox University. For the last 2 ½ years, Shaun has worked as a Behavioral Health Consultant in a primary care clinic. Before that she worked as a Behavior Specialist in a rural elementary school. Although Shaun works with a broad population, her primary clinical interests are working with children and adolescents within a rural community and integrated behavioral health in a medical setting. In her spare time she enjoys reading, quilting, and spending time with her family.
Natalie Di Francisco, M.A. Natalie is a psychology doctoral candidate at George Fox University Department of Clinical Psychology. She earned her Masters in Clinical psychology at George Fox University. Previously she has worked with individuals from children to geriatrics, in community mental health, primary care, university, and church settings. She is bilingual serving both Spanish and English speakers and has conducted assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, and family therapy. When she is not immersed in her doctoral responsibilities, she enjoys spending time with friends, participating in church activities, kayaking, hiking, Ping-Pong, and traveling the world.
Adrian Egger is a PsyD candidate at George Fox University. He earned his Clinical Psychology M.A. at George Fox University, and an Exercise Science B.A. at Seattle Pacific University. Last year, he worked as a behavioral health provider at a primary care clinic in Lebanon, OR. Before that he worked at Oregon State University, in the student-counseling center. His clinical interests include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychological evaluations, and behavioral health integration in primary care. In his spare time he enjoys, martial arts, climbing, hiking, and spending time with his family.
Lauren Goins is a student at the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. She earned her B.A. in Psychology at Auburn University. Lauren is interested in interpersonal therapy, gestalt therapy, emotion focused therapy, and trauma work. She has a passion for working with under-served populations. In her free time Lauren enjoys mountain climbing, backpacking, playing video games, and painting.
Nate Goins is a PsyD candidate in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. He has previously completed training at Oregon Health and Science University Family Medicine and Oregon State University Counseling and Psychological Services. Nate is particularly interested in working within primary care behavioral health, and enjoys working with clients with chronic pain related concerns. Outside of work, Nate enjoys photography, cooking, hiking, and reading.
Annika Johnson is a second year PsyD student at George Fox University. She completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at Western Oregon University. Previously, she spent five years volunteering as a sexual assault victim’s assistant. Annika is interested in interpersonal therapy, as well as ACT and other mindfulness based approaches. She is passionate about women’s issues, social justice, and health psychology. In her spare time, she enjoys trips to the mountains and ocean, playing with dogs, and warm cups of tea.
David Kays is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University, with an emphasis in assessment as well as addiction and trauma treatment. David earned his Bachelor's degree in Psychology and his Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. He has experience performing mental health crisis assessments, consultation, and intervention with youth and adults at multiple settings including: jails, justice courts, universities, inpatient hospitals and medical settings as well as teaching and career consulting with undergraduate students at George Fox University. In his spare time, David likes reading novels, watching movies, playing video games, and power lifting.
James Kim is a student at the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Lancaster Bible College, majoring in Biblical Studies and minoring in Human Services. His clinical interest includes integration of faith and psychology, Interpersonal Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychological evaluations, multicultural issues, and working with under-served populations. In his spare time, he enjoys watching movies, exploring local foods of Portland, and sightseeing various scenic views of Portland."
Annie King is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. Prior to beginning here, Annie earned her Bachelor’s degree for Psychology from Biola University. She has previous experience working with high risk adolescents in group home settings, but enjoys working with an array of people. Some of her clinical interests include cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy in residential settings as well as community mental health. In her free time, Annie enjoys gardening, doing outdoors activities with friends and traveling.
Tyson Payne is a PsyD candidate at George Fox University. He earned his Clinical Psychology M.A. at George Fox University and a Psychology B.A. at Utah State University. For the Last two years, he worked as a behavioral health provider at a primary care clinic in Salem, OR. His clinical interests include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychological evaluations, and behavioral health integration in primary care.
Eddie Steinhauer is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He has performed treatment in multiple inpatient psychiatric settings, including Child and Adolescent psychiatric centers. His clinical experience largely draws upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, Group Didactics, and Mindfulness exercises. He hopes to one day work as a program developer within dual-diagnostic treatment settings, providing therapy to individuals with co-occurring mental health diagnoses. Eddie has a passion to journey alongside people who are seeking healing, restoration, and interpersonal connection through dynamic therapies. In his free time, Eddie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors with his close friends, and his Golden Retriever, Aspen.
Emily Wynsma, MA is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology, currently completing her internship at Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Centers in McMinnville and Newberg. Emily loves to work with parents and families, and hopes to support parents as they form secure attachments and healthy families for themselves and their children. She has been privileged to receive training as a Trust-Based Relational Interventions practitioner under the late Dr. Karyn Purvis and is certified in Circle of Security International Parenting. Emily is fluent in Spanish and is passionate about providing