Center Staff

Joel Gregor

Joel Gregor, PsyD
Director of George Fox University Therapy Clinic at the Behavioral Health Center 
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 therapy clinical director for the George Fox Behavioral Health Center.

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.

Anna Forcelle

Anna Forcelle grew up in a small town in northern Michigan and earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from a private university in central Ohio. Anna moved from the Midwest to Oregon in 2017 where she is currently a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University. Her clinical interests include post-trauma recovery, women’s health, faith/spirituality issues, and having a mind/body integrative approach in the therapy room. Anna enjoys being physically active and in her spare time can often be found doing partner-based acrobatics or outside exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Dylan Seitz

Dylan Seitz is a doctoral candidate in the clinical psychology program at George Fox University. He earned his M.A. in clinical psychology at George Fox University and completed his undergrad education at the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon. Previously, he provided psychoeducational assessments (e.g., Learning Disorders and ADHD) in a rural school district as well as lifespan neuropsychological evaluations in medical settings, with specialty focuses on the assessment of dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and traumatic brain injury. Dylan has a passion for neuropsychological assessment across the lifespan toward proper diagnosis and treatment planning. His current research involves differentiating cognitive differences between those with ADHD and those exposed to substances in utero. In his spare time, Dylan enjoys playing baseball, game nights with friends, and time with family.

Daniel Soden

Daniel Soden is a doctoral candidate of clinical psychology at George Fox University. He received his M.A. in clinical psychology at George Fox University and completed his undergraduate education at Lancaster Bible College. He has previously worked in a variety of settings conducting neuropsychological evaluations across the lifespan, with emphasis in dementias, TBI, stroke, and Multiple Sclerosis. His current research investigates the identification and treatment concussion in collegiate athletes. In his free time, Dan enjoys walking his dog, trying new cuisine, and swimming.

Laurie Meguro

Laurie Meguro is a doctoral candidate in the George Fox University's Clinical Psychology Program. She graduated with honors from Texas Christian University, where she studied psychology, child development, and writing. She operates predominately from a cognitive behavioral therapeutic approach with existential influences, and her current clinical interests include identity formation, individuation processes, grief and loss, attachment/relationships, spirituality and faith integration, depression, anxiety, and risk management. For fun, Laurie enjoys spending time with friends, playing games, watching shows, and eating.

Emanuel Recinos

Emanuel Recinos is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University. He earned his bachelor's degree from Linfield College, majoring in psychology. His clinical interest includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and faith and psychology integration. He has experience working with youth in and outside of school settings who are involved in the criminal justice system, those who have drug/alcohol issues, or who are at-risk for multiple agency involvement. He also has experience working with adults with mental illness or co-occurring mental health and addiction challenges who reside in crisis respite, supported housing, and/or participate in treatment and rehabilitation services. In his free time, he enjoys camping with his family, attempting DIY projects, and playing guitar.

Magda Mendoza

Magda Mendoza is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Spanish at George Fox University. Magda's clinical interests include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Center Therapy, as well as working with trauma, anxiety, and depression. As a Latina, Magda has witnessed families who are unable to speak English fluently who then decide against seeking psychological help because of their language barrier. This inequity is something she feels uniquely empowered to address. Her personal interests include hiking, playing soccer, spending time with family, watching movies, and camping.

Luisa Miller

Luisa Miller is a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology Program at George Fox University. She grew up in Miami, Fl. and earned her Bachelor's degree in Social Psychology and a Master’s degree in School Psychology. In her free time, she enjoys going on coffee dates with her husband, staying up late with her daughters, going on walks with her dog, and admiring her cat. She also enjoys hiking, cycling, swimming, and running.

Will Summers

Will Summers is a fourth-year student in George Fox University’s doctorate in clinical psychology program. His previous rotations have included the Veteran’s Hospital in Portland, a medical clinic in McMinnville, and a specialty ADHD treatment center. His clinical interests are geriatric psychology and existential psychology. He has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly in therapeutic settings. He graduated with a bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and a masters degree in marital and family therapy from LeTourneau University. In his free time, Will enjoys playing tennis, reading and taking his dog on walks while playing Pokémon Go.

Tricia Mara

Tricia Mara is a third-year student in the Psy.D. program at George Fox University. She earned her master’s degree in psychology from Pepperdine University. She has previous experience in individual therapy, group therapy, and conducting assessments with adolescents, adults, and the geriatric population. Tricia also has experience assessing for suicidal or homicidal risk for patients in a medical setting. Her interests include engaging in assessment and research on cognitive and neuropsychological processes and how various diseases/disorders can impair these processes. She is passionate about, and has a genuine interest in providing assessment and helping individuals with mental illness succeed and grow. One of her goals is to attempt to further understand the neural mechanisms underlying numerous disorders in order to construct the best form of assessment and treatment on a more individualized basis. Tricia’s hobbies include reading, listening to music, and playing soccer.