Center Staff

Therapy Clinic Therapists

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Mike Vogel

Director of the Therapy Clinic

Dr. Michael Vogel completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Alaska Anchorage and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. Dr. Vogel then completed his graduate studies in clinical psychology at George Fox University, where he earned his Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology degrees. He has also pursued a Doctor of Ministry degree at Sioux Falls Seminary and dedicated himself to advanced post-graduate training in adult psychoanalysis. Dr. Vogel continues to engage in various aspects of professional scholarship, including serving on faculty at George Fox University and writing about the intersection of faith and psychological practice. In his free time, he can be found sipping good coffee, reading about big ideas, and spending quality time with his family.

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Jeavoni Alejandre is a doctoral candidate in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program at George Fox University. Before joining the program, she earned her bachelor’s degree at Oregon State University. Her previous experience included working with children with Autism, working with inpatient youth and adolescents as well as young adults with trauma. Her clinical interests and therapeutic orientation are largely psychodynamic and relational, with an emphasis on childhood experiences. She has experience in and a desire to continue working with patients, of all ages, struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, and personality disorders. Her dissertation topic and passion is working with dreams, as she believes they are key for introspection and shadow work.

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Sarah Bond is a second year Clinical Psychology Doctoral student at George Fox University. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Oregon State University. Her previous experiences include working as a residential counselor and co-leading a depression group. Her clinical interests include working with women’s issues, identity development, faith and spirituality, and depression. Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, and being around her horses.

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Kylee Peterson is a doctoral student in the George Fox Clinical Psychology Program. She received her undergraduate degree with honors from the University of Oregon. Her clinical interests include child and adolescent therapy and assessment, trauma work, life transitions, and faith/spirituality issues. Kylee believes that the counseling relationship is centered on listening and understanding the client’s context and values, which guides the course of treatment. She utilizes an integrative approach influenced by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). In Kylee’s personal life, she enjoys hiking, camping, and backpacking with her husband and friends.

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Jake Sanders grew up in Tigard, OR. He is in his second year in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University. Jake’s theoretical orientation is an Integrative approach that includes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as well as Person Centered Therapy. His areas of clinical interest include: Faith integration, trauma, personality, grief, child and adolescents, depression and anxiety, marriage and family therapy, and substance abuse. In his free time, Jake enjoys spending time with his wife, reading, playing games, and spending time outside.

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Naomi Wu is a 2nd-year doctoral student in the George Fox Clinical Psychology Program. She grew up in San Diego, CA, and graduated from Biola University, earning her B.A. in Psychology. Her clinical interest includes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Psychodynamic Therapy as well as working with trauma, positive psychology, ecopsychology, faith integration, and holistic health. Naomi stays active by surfing and working out, loves outdoor adventures and being in nature, appreciates time with family, friends, and animals, and enjoys creative expression through art, crafting, and writing.

Assessment Clinic Evaluators

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Elisabeth Gibson is a doctoral candidate in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with an emphasis in Counseling, Work and Society. She also earned a Master of Science in College Counseling and Student Development from Azusa Pacific University as well as a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. She also earned a certification as a Nutritional Therapist. She enjoys working with older teens and adults, with her clinical interests in trauma intervention, neuropsychology, multicultural therapy, and health psychology. As a curious and avid learner, Elisabeth enjoys exploring different cultures with her family through travel, arts, and cooking.

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Britton Holman is a 3rd year doctoral student of clinical psychology. He worked this past year in community mental health and is excited to begin this new chapter in doing assessments. He has a passion for working with older adults and hopes to be both a support and a resource to the BHC. Apart from Psychology, Britton enjoys hiking, playing and composing music, photography, and videography.

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Colten Wayne Larsen is a fourth-year student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University and obtained his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology in 2019. Prior, he earned a master’s degree in Forensic and Legal Psychology from Marymount University in the DC Metropolitan area. His interests include juvenile forensic psychology, forensic/psychological/neuropsychological assessment, disruptive behavioral disorders, psychopathy, empathy, juvenile sex offenders, developmental disabilities within the judicial system, LGBTQ+ issues, and program development and evaluation. When he is not conducting evaluations for the Assessment Clinic, working as liaison for Newberg Pediatrics, or in class, Colten enjoys spending quality time with his two kitties, Luna and Serafina, visiting his large family in Southern Idaho, exercising, paddle boarding, reading anything related to Harry Potter, and going to local wineries with friends.

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Lydia Marvin is training in neuropsychology in the Doctoral Program of Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. A native Oregonian in love with her home state, she got her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Marylhurst University. She is fascinated by the mind-body connection and enjoys using cognitive assessment to explain behavior. Her clinical interests include anxiety, burnout, shame, flourishing with chronic health issues, faith integration, and insomnia. When not reading or walking with friends, you’ll find her tending to her indoor jungle or making expressive music.

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Markayla Shattuck is a fourth year Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student at George Fox University. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology at George Fox University. Her clinical interest includes forensic and neurocognitive assessments with special attention to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) well as working with trauma, systemic oppression, family conflict, shame, coping skills, schizophrenia, behavioral concerns and group therapy. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing at home, being outdoors, and traveling.

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Jennifer Seiders is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice in 2015 from Northwest Nazarene University. She has had training in Neuropsychological, Cognitive, and Forensic assessments with a special emphasis on working with individuals prenatally exposed to teratogens. She primarily works from a humanistic, narrative, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) lens with interests in trauma, depression, and addiction . In her free time, Jennifer enjoys exploring the outdoors with her friends and playing fetch with her tiny, yet mighty dog.

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Kristin Eddy is a doctoral candidate in the George Fox Clinical Psychology program. Her major area of study is neuropsychology, and she especially enjoys neuropsychological assessment. She particularly enjoys working with adults and older adults, who specifically have neurodegenerative, neurodevelopmental, and/or demyelinating disorders. Kristin also likes working with children and adolescents, and her dissertation research focuses on children who have a congenital brain disorder. She has experience working with individuals who are undergoing bariatric surgery, as well as in an inpatient psychiatric unit. In her spare time, Kristin can be found enjoying the many trails the Pacific Northwest has to offer, eating in the many restaurants around Portland, and playing with her two cats.

Support Staff

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Katherine Adams

Administrative Assistant

Katherine Adams is our Clinical Administrative Assistant at the GF Behavioral Health Center. She is also a first year Clinical Psychology Doctoral student at George Fox University. She was born and raised in Oregon and later moved to Hawaii where she received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Communicology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.