Dr. Glori Gray seeks to empower children and families to move toward greater health by finding and building upon their inner strengths. She started working as a licensed clinical social worker in 2003 but then returned to graduate school to become a clinical psychologist with children.
She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from George Fox University, and her masters in social work from the University of North Carolina. Dr. Gray completed pre- doctoral clinical trainings within both the Neurodevelopmental and Family Medicine clinics at Oregon Health Sciences University.
Dr. Gray has specialized training through an APA-accredited internship, and Early Childhood fellowship in clinical child psychology at Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, DE. She is currently licensed in North Carolina as a licensed psychologist.
As a clinical psychologist with children, she utilizes empirically-based, practical approaches to assess not only your child’s emotional and behavioral health, but the surrounding environmental factors that may be a contributing. Because a multidisciplinary approach is valued, she collaborates with other health professionals with whom you would like to be involved in your child’s care . Her training has been specific to pediatric health psychology, and as such, consultation with medical and other collaborative professionals is expected.
Her approach involves utilizing a biopsychosocial model to assess for a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, learning differences, feeding and sleeping difficulties, habit disorders, and developmental delays. She also specializes in administering the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) to assess for autism-related concerns.