Earl GreyEducation

PhD, Capella University; MA, West Virginia University; BFA, Point Park University

Research Interests

Neurobehavioral science; depression; gender, sex, and affectional orientation; trauma and human stress; eye movement desensitization and reprocessing; human neuro-ecology


Dr. Grey currently serves as the director of field experience for the School of Counseling. For more than 15 years, he has counseled children, families, couples, and adults who are dealing with trauma and stress. Dr. Grey has taught at all levels of education, from preschool to graduate school, and is a published author of peer-reviewed journal articles. His most recent book is Unify Your Mind. He speaks internationally about translating the concepts of the neuroscience of human behavior into practical and clinically usable ways.