David Gray, PhD
The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and starting on the first one.
Dave Gray, PhD is a United States Air Force veteran, former air traffic controller and former first responder. He received his doctorate from Fielding Graduate University. His clinical training sites included the Duke University Biofeedback and Pain Clinic, North Carolina State psychiatric hospital at Central Regional Hospital, Pavillon Center for the Treatment of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, and the Parkview Regional Medical Center Pain Psychology program in Fort Wayne, IN.
In addition to providing therapy for adults, Dr. Gray conducts comprehensive psychological evaluations including cognitive evaluations, substance use evaluations, suitability for narcotic pain management, suitability for bariatric surgery, suitability for spinal cord stimulators and intrathecal pain pumps. He is also trained in the use of Clinical Medical Hypnosis and is a certified Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist.
Dr. Gray has called Charlotte home since 2009. He earned his BA from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC). He has assisted in research with faculty at UNCC and Duke University. He has presented research at local, state, national and international conferences.
Gray, D.D. (2018). Anxiety, phobias, treatment and associated costs: A review. Journal of Research in Philosophy and History, 1(2), 125-138. Doi:10.22158/jrph.v1n2p125
Peach, H., Gaultney, J.F., & Gray, D.D. (2016). Sleep hygiene and sleep quality as predictors of positive and negative dimensions of mental health in college students. Cogent Psychology, 3(1), 1168768. doi:10.1080/23311908.2016.1168768
Gaultney, J.F., Gray, D.D., & Daley, K. (2014). Improving predictive accuracy of a survey measure of risk for narcolepsy. Health Psychology Behavioral Medicine, 2(1), 314-321. doi:10.1080/21642850.2014.892430
Gray, D.D., Brooks, E., Kupper, A., Feliu, M., & Edwards, C.L. (March 16, 2017). Disentangling the relationships amongst somatization, pain severity and kinesiophobia in adults with sickle cell disease. American Psychosomatic Society 2017, 75th Annual Scientific Meeting, Sevilla, Spain.
Feliu, M.H., Hill, L.K., Kupper, A., Long, R., Brooks, E., Gray, D.D., Edwards, C.L. (March 16, 2017). Difierences in pain-related symptoms among adult outpatients considered for chronic opioid management and spinal cord stimulator implantation. American Psychosomatic Society 2017, 75th Annual Scientific Meeting, Sevilla, Spain.
Marczyk, K.D., Gray, D.D., Taylor, D.J., & Gaultney, J.F. (June 3, 2013). Ethnic differences in beliefs and attitudes about sleep medication use. Sleep 2013, 27th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC, Baltimore, MD.
Gaultney, J.F., Gray, D.D., & Daley, K. (June 13, 2012). Refining a survey measure of risk for narcolepsy. Sleep 2012, 26th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC, Boston, MA.
Gray, D.D. (April 21, 2012). Effects of sleep on phobic extinction. North Carolina Psychological Foundation, Charlotte, NC.
Gray, D.D. (April 20, 2012). Effects of sleep on phobic extinction. UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Research Competition Conference, Charlotte, NC.
Ferri, A., Gray, D.D., Hobbs, C., Kassube, K., Walker, R. (April 2011). The effects of parenting styles on college academic performances. North Carolina Psychological Foundation, Chapel Hill, NC.
American Psychological Association (APA)
APA Division 19 (Military Psychology)
APA Division 30 (Psychological Hypnosis)
APA Division 28 (Health Psychology)
American Psychosomatic Society
American Society of Clinical Hypnosis
Sleep Research Society
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