Clinic Staff

Joel Gregor

Joel Gregor, PsyD
Director of George Fox University Behavioral Health Clinic
Telephone: 503-554-2368

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.


Breanna Bocciolatt, MA is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at George Fox University. She is currently completing her internship at George Fox University and Providence Medical Group. For the past two years, she has worked as a Behavioral Health Provider, gaining experience brief therapy and assessment in a primary care clinic. Breanna also has experience working in a high school providing therapy and assessment to students. 


Megan Cormier-Castaneda, M.S., BCBA Megan is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and earned her Master's of Science in Clinical Psychology from California Lutheran University. She has experience working with children and adolescents with disabilities in their homes, schools and communities. She has a passion for parent training and enjoys watching families learn and grow. In her free time, Megan enjoys time with her husband and pets. She also enjoys hiking, yoga and exploring the coast. 


Lyanna Díaz is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University, with an emphasis in assessment. Lyanna earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Neuroscience from the University of Puget Sound and her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. She has experience performing mental health crisis assessments, consultation, and intervention with youth and adults in a medical setting as well as providing career and life counseling to undergraduate students at a university. In her spare time, Lyanna likes reading about neuropsychology, baking, playing video games, and drinking absurd amounts of coffee.


Tim Galuza 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 University of Portland.  Last year, he worked as a behavioral health provider at a primary care clinic in Salem, OR.  Before that he worked within the local Newberg community providing low-cost comprehensive psychological assessments in our Behavioral Health Clinic.  His clinical interests include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychological evaluations, and behavioral health integration in primary care.  In his spare time he enjoys cycling, martial arts, tennis, exploring the food carts of Portland, and watching a good movie.


Christine Green is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Human Development and Elementary Education from Warner Pacific College. Her clinical interests include cognitive behavioral therapy and behavioral health in primary care settings. In her free time, Christine enjoys spending time with friends and family, going on dates with her husband, drawing/painting, and trips to the coast.


Stephen Hancock is currently a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He earned his bachelor's degree from Columbia International University with a dual major in Psychology and Bible and his master's degree in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. He has previous experience working with adolescents in a school system and intellectually and developmentally disabled adults in a residential treatment facility. His clinical interests include psychoanalytic psychotherapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, and diversity issues in mental health. In his free time, Stephen enjoys running, reading, and exploring Portland.


Liz Hoose is a student at the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. She earned her B.S. in Psychology at Brigham Young University and worked as a social worker after college. Liz is interested in interpersonal therapy, existential therapy, emotion focused therapy, group therapy, and trauma work. She has a passion for working with under-served populations. In her free time Liz enjoys cycling, backpacking, playing piano, and painting.


Glorivette Albino is a PsyD candidate in Counseling Psychology at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology of the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. She completed both her BA in Psychology and her MA in School Psychology in her native Puerto Rico. Glorivette is a bilingual, Spanish speaking therapist-in-training who enjoys working with adolescents, adults, and couples as well as with underserved populations. She is currently conducting research in the experience Latinos have had in psychotherapy assisted by interpreters. In her free time, Glorivette enjoys traveling, scrapbooking, and spending time with family and friends


Danny Rodriguez is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He earned his bachelor's degree in Psychology from George Fox University. Some of his clinical interests include the integration of faith and psychology, humanistic psychology, and multicultural issues. He is bilingual and able to provide therapy in English or Spanish. In his spare time, Danny enjoys spending time with his wife, sports, hiking, and exploring new places in the Pacific Northwest. 


Daniel Wendler is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He earned bachelor's degrees in Business and Spanish from Westmont College. Daniel has prior experience as a social skills coach, and enjoys working with clients who want greater social success or who may be on the autistic spectrum. He is especially interested in helping clients struggling with loneliness, social difficulties, or depression. In his free time, Daniel enjoys video games, blues dancing, and improv theater.


Melissa Winfield is a doctoral student in George Fox's Clinical Psychology program. She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology at Cedarville University in Ohio and has prior experience working with kids and adolescents in residential and school settings. Her clinical interests include psychological assessment, interpersonal therapy, and multicultural issues. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, mountain biking, skiing and exploring the Pacific Northwest. 


Bethany Zander is a PsyD candidate in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. She has previously completed her training at Oregon Health and Science University Family Medicine and North Clackamas School District. Bethany is particularly interested in working with the geriatrics population. She also has interest in working with clients around issues of grief and loss. Outside of work, Bethany enjoys spending time with her husband, hiking, reading, and traveling.