Dr. Lauren Gorog

Dr. Lauren Gorog


Areas of Focus
  • ADHD
  • Adolescence
  • Anger
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Body Image
  • College/Work Stress
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Drug/Alcohol
  • Eating Disorders
  • Grief/Loss
  • Health & Wellness
  • LGBTQ+
  • Memory Concerns
  • Men (Gender-Specific Care)
  • OCD
  • Pain
  • Quit Smoking
  • Sexuality
  • Sleep
  • Spirituality/Faith
  • Stress Management
  • Terminal Illness
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Weight
  • Women (Gender-Specific Care)
  • Young Adult
Gender: Female

License No. and State:

License No. State
E.Passport 5819 Alabama
E.Passport 5819 Arizona
E.Passport 5819 Arkansas
PSY0004943 Colorado
E.Passport 5819 Delaware
E.Passport 5819 Georgia
E.Passport 5819 Idaho
E.Passport 5819 Illinois
E.Passport 5819 Indiana
E.Passport 5819 Kansas
E.Passport 5819 Kentucky
E.Passport 5819 Maine
E.Passport 5819 Maryland
E.Passport 5819 Minnesota
E.Passport 5819 Missouri
E.Passport 5819 Nebraska
E.Passport 5819 Nevada
E.Passport 5819 New Hampshire
E.Passport 5819 New Jersey
E.Passport 5819 North Carolina
E.Passport 5819 Ohio
E.Passport 5819 Oklahoma
E.Passport 5819 Pennsylvania
E.Passport 5819 Tennessee
E.Passport 5819 Texas
E.Passport 5819 Utah
E.Passport 5819 Virginia
E.Passport 5819 Washington
E.Passport 5819 West Virginia
E.Passport 5819 Wisconsin

Professional Statement

I enjoy working with clients who wish to take an active part in their journey towards healing. My goal is to develop a safe, therapeutic environment so that you can feel most comfortable to engage in your treatment. While symptom reduction is often a primary concern, collaboratively, we will work to regain your agency and help you to live the life you want to live. I treat a variety of mental health issues and focus on tailoring treatment based on the specific needs that you have. I coordinate your care with your medical providers to leverage the work we do to promote your overall wellness.
I am a trained health psychologist, which means I incorporate a mind-body approach into my treatment, teaching you practical somatic-based skills (mindfulness, biofeedback, yoga stretching, diaphragmatic breathing) to reduce tension and stress in both the mind and body.
Mental and emotional pain is burdensome and very isolating. It often leaves us feeling stuck and hopeless. Thankfully, your present state does not have to determine your future well-being. Many individuals have enjoyed successful outcomes with evidenced-based treatments and go on to experience confidence, pleasure, and purpose in their lives.


Pacific University August 2017

School of Professional Psychology

Hillsboro, Oregon

Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology (APA-Accredited Psy.D. Program)

Expected Completion Date: August 2017

Member of the Health Psychology Track

Dissertation Title: The Impact Of Mirrors In Western Yoga Studios On Body Dissatisfaction And Mindfulness

Chair: Jennifer Antick, PhD

Denver Seminary August 2008 – May 2011

M.A., Clinical Mental Health; Integration Counseling with Religious Studies

Texas A&M University August 2003—December 2006

B.S. Psychology and Minor in Communications

  • Pacific University - Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology

Prices & Payments

Service Price Duration
Diagnostic Intake $300 90 minutes
Personality testing $350 time of test + feedback session
Individual therapy hour $185 55 minutes
Couples Intake $450 2-hours
Biofeedback $250 1-hour
Brief Cognitive Screening Exam $150
Behavioral health consultations $165 30-minutes