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Clinical Psychologists
William W. Davis, PsyD.
William Davis, Psy.D. ~ Download Forms
Dr. Davis received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 1990, and has been a licensed psychologist in the State of Oregon since 1998. He worked as a counselor in a private practice setting beginning in 1976. He is experienced in working with adolescents, adults, and couples. He has experience in working with depression, anxiety, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, sexual compulsivity, and stress management. He has extensive experience working with parents and adolescents with behavioral problems. Dr. Davis also does forensic evaluations for use in the management and treatment of sexual offenders. He has served on several professional and civic boards. Dr. Davis is married and has three adult children.
Randall Green, PhD. ~ Download Forms
Licensed in Oregon since 1984 and one of the founding therapists for this group of independent providers, Dr. Green provides therapy to adolescents and adults, couples and families. Has significant clinical experience with the treatment of anxiety, depression, stress related issues, Post trauma Stress Disorder, grief and loss issues as well as psycho-spiritual issues. Dr. Green also specializes in forensic evaluations, with an emphasis on the assessment of psychological damages resulting from abuse and other traumatic events that are involved in litigation. He is married and has two adult children. He participates in a variety of church and civic boards in Salem and/or at a state-wide level.
Keith Swanson, Psy.D. PC ~ Download Forms
I have been in practice since 1994. Populations primarily served in my practice are children ages 4-12, adult individual psychotherapy and marital issues. Areas of specialization include children’s disorders, panic disorder and addressing psychological issues based upon a Christian world view. It is my commitment to conduct my relationship with the client according to the highest ethical and professional guidelines. I see myself as a provider of services that you are acquiring. My objective is to see the goals which brought you to counseling significantly improved, if not resolved. While these results cannot be guaranteed, it is anticipated that our working together as a team will result in such an end. Above all, I care about my clients as people. I pray for my clients every day and am personally concerned with their success and well being.
Nick Dietlein, Psy.D. ~ Download Forms
I am a Licensed Psychologist in The State of Oregon, who works with children, adolescents, and adults. My primary method of therapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy but I also utilize a variety of therapy techniques to assist in changing behaviors and thoughts. I am also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desentization and Reprocessing). I have a special interest in psychological assessment, specifically neuropsychological assessment. I work with a wide variety of life challenges including depression, anxiety, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, behavioral problems, and anger. For more details see Drdietlein.com
My approach to therapy is collaborative and direct. When it is appropriate and relevant, I seek to integrate the religious and spiritual beliefs of the individual into therapy. I like to have active discussions, make suggestions, and give you things to do or think about between sessions. My goal is to help you create a whole, healthy, meaningful life in a nonjudgmental, safe atmosphere of respect and discovery.
Elizabeth Hamilton, PhD. ~ Download Forms
Dr. Hamilton earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from UCLA in 1991, completing her internship training with a child and adolescent specialty at UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Institute. She has been licensed since 1994, obtaining Oregon licensure in 2004. Clinical areas of expertise include mood disorders, eating disorders, and anxiety. Her treatment philosophy is biopsychosocial, as she works collaboratively to address multiple factors contributing to overall adaptive health and well-being. Elizabeth is also part of the clinical training faculty at George Fox University's graduate program in clinical psychology. She is married with three daughters; the family also includes three dogs, two cats, a rabbit, and a hamster.
B. Scott Cook, Psy.D. PC ~ Download Forms
Greetings. I earned my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University in 1997 and have been licensed and practicing at Mid-Valley Counseling Center since 1999. I have extensive experience with adults, adolescents, and children age 7 and up. I offer individual therapy as well as psychological evaluations. I try to help clients identify patterns of behavior, thinking, feeling, and relating to others which have been causing them problems. It is my belief that people are doing the best they can with the tools they have been given. I see myself as a personal resource, designed to focus my energies exclusively on helping you, my client, identify faulty patterns and further the process of change. I have been married 24 years and have two young adult children.
Wayne Palmer, PhD. ~ Download Forms
Dr. Palmer has been a licensed psychologist since 1986. He works with adolescents, adults and seniors. He does individual therapy, couples therapy as well as parent-teen therapy. He has a general practice of clinical psychology which includes helping people with depression, anxiety/panic, phobias, anger, grief, adjustment issues, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit disorder, as well as problems with behavior and impulse control. He serves a cross-section of people from various educational and socioeconomic backgrounds. Dr. Palmer’s approach to helping his clients involves a variety of techniques depending on the individual needs. However, most of his interventions involve the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) principles. He has a strong background in helping people who are interested in working on their psychological/emotional/relational issues within the framework of their Christian faith.
Paul Stoltzfus, Psy.D. ~ Download Forms
I work with children, youth and families in a private group practice and I also teach at George Fox University. I have experience working in hospitals and other residential facilities. I have been licensed in the State of Oregon since 1996. My goal is to clarify problems and provide diagnoses in an objective and straight-forward manner and maintain an atmosphere of respect and safety. The intent is to facilitate healing and health by utilizing a full range of psychotherapeutic and medical interventions.
Therapy is collaborative, direct, and tends to be short-term. Interventions include developmental, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and existential. I work closely with medical providers when appropriate and utilize the full range of personality, cognitive and neuropsychological tests when needed.
Susan Hall, Psy.D. ~ Download Forms
I earned my doctorate degree at George Fox University and worked in a variety of settings before beginning private practice in 2008. I currently see adolescents (ages 14 up) and adults. I work to help my client's face issues including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, family of origin issues, trauma and surviving past abuse. Additionally, I work with people who have difficulty forming safe and healthy relationships due to unresolved hurt and trauma from the past. I also have specialized training in treating people struggling with substance abuse/dependency, or those affected by someone with these struggles. I see a variety of therapy techniques that best fit each client's individual needs and their desired treatment outcomes. I respect and value my clients' views of their needs, and work collaboratively with them to form treatment goals. I focus on developing a therapeutic relationship with my clients that fosters a safe, nurturing environment allowing each person to heal and reach desired treatment outcomes. Therapy can be short-term, but is often long-term depending upon the needs of the each client.


Adam Fenske, Psy.D. ~ Download Forms
I earned my doctorate at George Fox University and am a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Oregon. Seeking therapy is an incredibly important and courageous decision. Therefore, I strive to provide a confidential and supportive environment where my clients have a sense of safety to express their thoughts and feelings. Each treatment plan is tailored toward the needs of the client in regard to their life circumstances. I have found both short term and longer term therapy to be beneficial. I work with adults, couples and adolescents with concerns related to addiction, relational discord, trauma and men’s issues. I am married and have two children.
Carlos Taloyo, PhD. ~ Download Forms
I completed my training at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA with a PhD in Clinical Psychology and an MA in Theology. I enjoy working with adolescents, adults, couples, and groups. I am adjunct faculty at George Fox University's Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology where I provide supplemental supervision of students pursuing careers as psychologists. I also teach group psychotherapy. More information about me is available at my website: drtaloyo.com.
The relationship between the therapist and client is key to satisfying outcomes in therapy, so I work at making sure the relationship is secure and stable. In the context of a good working relationship, I use strategies that can help you make changes in your life. We will examine how your thoughts impact feelings and behaviors, understand your childhood history and how it impacts your current life, apply spiritual/faith-oriented strategies for managing life's challenges, or examine your relational style so they can be more satisfying. We may need to see each other only once or twice, but sometimes get the best results by meeting more often. Regardless, the relationship is collaborative and you will be involved in the decisions concerning therapy.




Joel Gregor, PsyD.
Joel Gregor, PsyD. ~ Download Forms
I earned my doctorate at George Fox University in 2007 and have been a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Oregon since 2008. I also earned a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2001. I have worked in a variety of outpatient and residential facilities but have maintained a focus in children/adolescent, couples and family therapy. My approach is practical and solution focused. I begin by helping each client tackle their immediate challenges, developing their strengths and helping to make the needed internal and environmental changes necessary for long lasting results and healing. In addition to working in private practice, I am the clinic director for the George Fox Behavioral Health Clinic in Newberg and I am an assistant professor in their PsyD Program.
Amanda Arthurs, PsyD.
Amanda Arthurs, PsyD. ~ Download Forms
I earned my doctorate degree at George Fox University and am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of Oregon. I have been afforded the opportunity to work in a variety of outpatient settings with different populations but have maintained a focus in children, adolescents, and family therapy. I also have experience working in the schools and am able to collaborate with school staff to help students find success in the academic realm. My overall goal is to develop a safe, respectful therapeutic relationship and my approach to therapy is collaborative. Each client is different and I have seen success in both short term and long term therapy. I generally begin with helping a client to meet their immediate goals and then, having strengthened their skills, use that momentum to assist in making the larger, systemic changes that will allow for long lasting results.
Winston Seegobin, PsyD.
Winston Seegobin, PsyD. ~ Download Forms
I graduated with the doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Central Michigan University in 1996, and have over 20 years of experience working with clients. I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Oregon. I am trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy for treatment of trauma-related concerns. My clients include children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families for emotional, behavioral, psychological, and spiritual concerns. Specifically, I work with people with depression, anxiety, marital/relationship issues, cultural identity development issues, stress problems, anger control issues, bereavement/grief issues, PTSD, and multicultural concerns. Originally from the island of Trinidad in the Caribbean, I also bring an international perspective. I see the relationship with clients to be an integral part of the healing process, coming alongside them to work collaboratively on their concerns.I believe that people can change, grow, and overcome obstacles with the help of a supportive relationship. I do both short-term and long-term therapy depending on the needs of clients. Along with my work in Private Practice, I am Professor of Clinical Psychology and Director of Diversity in the Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology at George Fox University, where I teach and supervise doctoral students in their clinical work. I am married and have 2 children.