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David Gray PhD
Queen City Behavioral Health And Wellness
3623 Latrobe Dr.
Suite 124
North Carolina
United States of America

Accessibility: Fully wheelchair accessible
Parking: Free on-site parking
Additional Information: Availability is subject to change. Please call to inquire about availability. Available on weekends as well.

Therapist Details
Web Site:

qcpsych.com (External Link)

Since 2020
Specialist Areas:
  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight loss motivation
  • Trichotillomania
  • Anxiety
  • Pain relief
  • Caffeine addiction

Sessions Provided:

  • In-Person Sessions


  • Adults


  • English


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About David

I am a United States Air Force veteran, former air traffic controller and former first responder. I received my doctorate from Fielding Graduate University. My clinical training sites include the Duke University Biofeedback and Pain Clinic, 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.

I have helped others find success in exercise motivation, smoking cessation, caffeine addiction, and pain relief. I believe that everybody is capable of achieving trance and I will work with you to achieve your goals.
Practising Since: 2020
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