Resident in Counseling
Jade Gray is a Resident in Counseling in the state of Virginia and is working toward
becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor. Jade earned a Bachelor’s of Science in
Exercise Science from Manhattan College in 2016 and a Master’s degree from Boston
University in 2018 in Counseling with a concentration in sport psychology.
Jade has years of experience providing individual, group, and family counseling services for a diverse population of adolescents, young adults, and families involved in the juvenile justice system. Prior to Dulles Psychological Services, she served as the clinical lead at a juvenile detention center in Virginia where she spearheaded the development of a modified Dialectical Behavior Therapy treatment program. She has a passion for helping adolescents and young adults with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, ADHD, trauma, and substance use problems. Jade believes the therapeutic relationship is a key agent for change among clients. She views clinical issues from a biopsychosocial perspective and uses an integrated treatment approach when serving her clients which includes Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, motivational interviewing, and systems theory.
In addition to Jade’s counseling experience in the juvenile justice system, she has educational training in sport psychology. Specifically, Jade has provided performance enhancement workshops pertaining to imagery, confidence, mindfulness, self-talk, and emotional control.