Jennifer Gregg



Jennifer Gregg is a psychologist who specializes in helping patients and families cope with the impact of all types of cancer on their lives, providing care from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship. As part of this process, she particularly focuses on utilizing psychological interventions whose efficacy has been demonstrated, with the goal of enhancing patients' quality of life during treatment and beyond. She aims to create a compassionate space for patient support during a difficult time.

Gregg's research focuses on how psychological interventions to enhance meaning and mindfulness can be used to improve cancer patients' lives during and after treatment.

Gregg earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno.

Originally from Alaska, Gregg loves living in the Bay Area and has enjoyed taking up all kinds of typically Californian pursuits, including meditating, growing food in her garden, hiking and boogie boarding. She is on a local swim team and still can't believe they can practice outside year-round.

  • Education

    University of Nevada, Reno, PhD, Clinical Psychology, 2004

I am honored and humbled to witness the extraordinary bravery my patients show every day.

Clinics I work with

Cancer Center San Mateo

218 DeAnza Blvd.
San Mateo, CA 94402