We have the most licensed psychologists and psychiatrists practicing in one location in New England
Carrie Ann Gray, Psy.D.
Dr. Gray comes to The Counseling Center of Nashua with diverse clinical experience. She
worked at the Center for Mental Health in Washington, DC providing individual therapy, family
therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, and psychological evaluations.
Dr. Gray also worked at The Treatment and Learning Center in Rockville, MD where she
provided individual and group therapy, behavioral observations, developmental screenings,
and psychoeducational evaluations of children. In this setting, she provided evaluation and
treatment to clients with learning disabilities, regulatory, behavioral, and emotional
difficulties, and provided specialized treatment to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Dr. Gray also worked as a parent coordinator for the American Psychological Association
(APA), and operated under special master status of DC Superior Court with quasi-judicial
power and assisted parents in creating custodial, visitations, and parenting arrangements
that centered on the best interest of the child. At Western State Hospital and Pennyroyal
Mental Health Center, Dr. Gray provided inpatient and outpatient therapy to a wide variety of
clients as well as conducted psychological assessments, and has received specialized
training with children and adult trauma victims. She has provided emergency services to
children, adolescents, and families, and as well as delivered in-school therapy in Cadiz, KY.
Dr. Gray is a licensed psychologist in the state of NH. She is a member of the American
Psychological Association. Dr. Gray currently provides psychological assessment and
therapy with children age 4 and up, adolescents, teenagers, adults, couples, families, and
groups. Clinical interests include: victims of trauma and abuse; play therapy; self-injurious
behavior; couples therapy; mindfulness; child and adolescent disruptive behavioral disorders;
parent-child relationship issues; behavior modification; grief and bereavement; relationship
problems; overcoming the effects of growing up in dysfunctional families; and managing life
transitions. Dr. Gray uses an eclectic approach in order to best match the theory and
techniques to the needs of the client, drawing largely from Cognitive-Behavioral, Person
Centered, Humanistic, and Family Systems theoretical perspectives.
Dr. Gray earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from
Hawaii Pacific University and then obtained her Master's and
Doctor in Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in Clinical Psychology
from The American School of Professional Psychology in
Washington D.C. Dr. Gray completed a pre-doctoral internship
at Western State Hospital and Pennyroyal Mental Health
Center in Hopkinsville, KY. She completed her post-doctoral
fellowship at The Pennyroyal Mental Health Center in
Hopkinsville, KY, where she was then employed as a clinical
psychologist before relocating back home to New England.
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