About Dr. Bonnie McGregor
Dr. McGregor, a clinical psychologist and behavioral scientist, is the Executive Director and Founder of The Orion Center for Integrated Medicine in Seattle, Washington. She earned a BS in biology from Pacific Lutheran University and did research in the Clinical Research Division at Fred Hutch before attending graduate school.
Dr. McGregor earned her Ph.D. in clinical health psychology at the University of Miami and received the Danhour award as the outstanding clinical health psychology graduate student. She did her clinical internship at the Seattle Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care Center and a post-doctoral fellowship at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center before becoming an Assistant Member there.
Dr. McGregor was an Associate Member at Fred Hutch until 2016. Her NIH-funded research focused on nervous, endocrine and immune system interactions, as well as testing the effects of psychological intervention on mood and cancer-relevant biological outcomes. She has authored several papers on how psychological intervention can influence psychosocial and biological outcomes that are relevant to cancer survivors. She is a licensed clinical health psychologist and specializes in helping people cope with cancer and chronic illness, depression, anxiety and stress. Her clinical work utilized scientifically proven mindfulness practices and cognitive and behavioral techniques.
For her work bridging clinical psychology and biological research, Dr. McGregor was awarded the Distinguished Psychologist Award from the Washington State Psychological Association in 2013.
Dr. McGregor sees patients at the Orion Center for Integrated Medicine on Tuesdays (http://Orionskywellness.org) and the Seattle Mindfulness Center (http://seattlemindfulnesscenter.com/) on Thursdays.