Meredith Gray, LMSW is a psychotherapist and clinical social worker. She earned her MSW from Smith College School for Social Work, where she trained in individual, couples, and group therapy. Currently, she is working toward a post-graduate certificate in psychoanalysis at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP) in New York City. Meredith is also a certified conflict mediator who is versed in restorative and transformative justice approaches.
Meredith specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, relationship issues, sexuality, spirituality, and identity formation. She is equipped to support trans and gender-questioning individuals. Meredith is especially interested in helping patients investigate patterns that create feelings of being “stuck,” as well as parts of the self that feel incongruous.
Meredith sees therapy as a collaboration toward your self-exploration and healing. Her approach is, above all else, to be with you with thoughtful attention and genuine curiosity. Together, we will look at your inner and outer worlds. Your thoughts, feelings, bodily experiences, impulses, memories, or wishes can illuminate new facets of your sense of self and other. Deepening your self-understanding in this way makes space for living into new ways of thinking, feeling, being, and acting. Although challenging at times, this gentle yet powerful process can yield a greater sense of authenticity and vitality in your life.