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Accompanying You On the Path of Self-Healing

Gray is a therapist with thirty years of experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.  Their training was first in music therapy, earning a bachelors and masters degree in music therapy.  They are trained additionally in Progressive Counting and Flash, two techniques used with trauma.  


Their work centers in humanism, queer theory, anti-oppressive practice, and social justice.  They identify as transmasculine nonbinary and queer.  Their previous experience includes working with coming out, transitioning, minority stress, identity development, stress, anxiety, acute and chronic pain, and trauma.  

Gray's main instruments now are voice and guitar.  They studied the saxophone in college but use the guitar, ukulele, percussion instruments, and electronic music technology in their music therapy practice.  

Under their name and dead name, their academic scholarship has focused on serving queer folk, anti-oppressive and culturally responsive practices, pain management with music, and incorporating electronic music technology into music therapy sessions.


A photo of Gray, a grey haired masculine person with glasses, wearing a blue checkered shirt and a red paisley bowtie.  A progressive pride flag is in the background
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