All children have needs. As with physical wellness, we believe mental wellness is found on a continuum. During certain stages of a child’s development, certain behaviors may seem fairly typical. During another period, things may stand out a bit … perhaps enough for you to wonder “Hmmmm…this doesn’t seem quite right.” And you begin to consider whether you should explore insight, help, or education about the issue. Trust your instincts and seek advice before the issue progresses.

Contact Dr. Glori Gray for guidance in this journey with your child!


Passionate about working with young children and families, Dr. Glori Gray works to empower children and families to move toward. Her approach involves individually tailored and empirically validated assessment and treatment. Because she values a multidisciplinary approach, she collaborates with other professionals involved in your child’s world.

Hi, I’m Dr. Glori Gray.

I work with families to capitalize on strengths. My work with families started as a licensed clinical social worker in 2003. I wanted more tools to assist families, so I returned to graduate school. In 2013, I became a licensed (clinical)psychologist with children.

I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from George Fox University, and my masters in social work from the University of North Carolina. I completed pre- doctoral clinical trainings within both the Neurodevelopmental and Family Medicine clinics at Oregon Health Sciences University. 

I had 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. I am currently licensed in North Carolina as a licensed psychologist.

I use an empirically-based, practical approaches to assess  your child’s emotional and behavioral health. However, the surrounding environmental factors may be a contributing factor. Because a multidisciplinary approach is valued, I collaborate with other health professionals.

My approach involves utilizing a biopsychosocial model. As such, I assess for a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, learning differences, feeding and sleeping difficulties, habit disorders, and developmental delays. I also specialize in administering the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) to assess for autism-related concerns.

“Persistence and resilience only come from having been given the chance to work through difficult problems.”

― Gever Tulley

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Where You’ll Find Me.

Centrally located, in the Elizabeth neighborhood.

Find us in our new building in central Elizabeth, near downtown and CPCC. We are in close proximity to various restaurants and shops, near Hawthorne Lane.

1432 East 7th Street
Charlotte, NC 28204