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 provides individual counseling services for adolescents and adults across the lifespan and treats a range of clinical presentations including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, behavioral issues, PTSD, and trauma. Jade also has specialized education and training in sport psychology, which allows her to assist clients with sport and performance-related issues pertaining to performance anxiety, depression, injury, emotional control, confidence, and self-talk.
Jade strives to build strong relationships rooted in authenticity, which allows her to tailor interventions to each client's unique needs. She believes that much of how we treat ourselves and others can be traced back to past relationships and life events. And, in therapy, it is important to gain insight, heal wounds and develop new coping strategies moving forward. Jade integrates Cognitive Behavior therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Family Systems Theory, & solutions-focused approaches.
Jade has years of experience providing individual, group, and family counseling services in a variety of different settings, including residential, community-based, juvenile justice, and outpatient. She has extensive training and experience providing individual and group Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Prior to working at Dulles Psychological Services, Jade 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. 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.