Linda Gray, MA, LPC is a Child and Family Therapist who specializes in the treatment of concerns related to anxiety, attachment, Infant Toddler Mental Health, divorce, trauma or grief and loss. Linda creates a safe place for parents and children to restore positive growth using techniques such as, Play Therapy, Art, EMDR, Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-child Psychotherapy, Family Attachment Therapy and Mindfulness. Linda shares her knowledge of brain development and attachment to help parents recognize the true needs underlying child behaviors so they can parent more effectively.
Linda is a graduate of Ottawa University with a Master's Degree in Child and Family Counseling. Linda started her career in 1993 when she helped found the first Children's Advocacy Center in Arizona. Linda combined her passion for children, expressive arts and gardening to create the non-profit Healing Arts for Children's Hearts where she was the director for fifteen years. A lifelong advocate for children, Linda speaks locally and nationally on the impact of violence,loss and neglect on brain development in children, inspiring others to action. She offers consultation and reflective supervision groups for therapists seeking to continue professional development.