Evergreen launches with first practicum student, Jonathan Ridenour, who helped shape and create EGC.
EGC 2.0 saw Evergreen’s first full year practicum placement with Jeff Nelson.
EGC 3.0 was Amy Kaye’s (now Amy Aadland) year. This year EGC became a 501c3 (charity) with the IRS.
This year, EGC and Kim Snow moved to Dr. Goff’s private practice office where it is now.
EGC 5.0 brought EGC it’s first home-grown fully Oregon-educated student, Chloe Lee.
Rachel Mueller was the therapist as EGC turned 6. EGC 5.0’s Chloe Lee contined as a part-time therapist as well.
EGC 7 fully adopts an electronic health record system and adopts ACT as the primary therapy model.
EGC 8 tightens up it’s outcome data efforts with Michael Irvine serving as it’s practicum therapist.
EGC 9 welcomed multi-lingual Michelle Satterlee from recent years living in mean different European countries.
EGC 10 had it’s first all-George Fox educated practicum student (BA, MA, PsyD in training), Jessica Lee.
EGC 11 welcomed Jesse Burrell, former student representative of the Oregon Chapter of ACBS.
EGC 12 had as its therapist Molly Winterrowd, Portland native with a special interest in Health Psychology.
EGC 13 had two part-time therapists, Annelise Manns and Gabe Reed. Thank you Annelise & Gabe!
EGC 14 enjoyed the hard working Will Summers and Heather Harris as its two part-time therapists.
EGC 15 was hosted by Carl Sallee who brought his passion for underserved and disadvantaged populations to EGC. Thank you, Carl!
EGC 16 had its second all-GFU educated therapist (BA, MA, PsyD expected 2022), Nathan Higa.Thank you, Nathan!
EGC 17 has its third two-person team (and first all-female team) of therapists, Shelby Powers and Janine Hazel. Welcome Shelby and Janine!