​​​​​​​​​I am a clinical social worker in private practice in Northampton, MA. I graduated summa cum laude from Springfield College with a masters degree in social work. I've been honored to work with adults, teens and children for over 25 years.


My past experience has included clinical work with clients and families in hospice, as well as mental health consultation to the educational staff, children and families in Head Start preschool programs. I also have training in both occupational therapy and art therapy. 


My Northampton office is bright,  comfortable and centrally located on the corner of Main and Pleasant Streets. Feel free to email or call me if you have any questions or to set up an appointment.

Individual Psychotherapy

for Adults and Teens 

​​​​​Amy Gray, LICSW - 70 Main Street, 2nd Floor 
Northampton, MA 01060  413-522-4903 -
amyg.49@verizon.net

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Psychotherapy is a unique relationship that helps us to grow an understanding of ourselves. Depending on your personal goals, we might work together to explore various aspects of your identity, reflect on your values and beliefs, discuss the relationships that have shaped you and consider what changes might enable you to reach your personal goals. It is my deeply-held belief that this can best be achieved when a high degree of trust and safety are established in the therapeutic relationship. 


​As you learn about and acknowledge different aspects of yourself, you will find rough spots as well as inner resources. All parts of your experience play an important role in therapy and we can work to understand what has been useful to you, what could be modified, and what provides strength and support that can be built upon.


​I provide trauma-aware, trans and queer-affirming psychotherapy that focuses on supporting and affirming gender complexity in all people.​ I think you'll find me an open and interactive partner in sorting out the concerns that bring you into therapy. I look forward to hearing from you!​

I provide individual psychotherapy to adults and teens for a variety of concerns including: anxiety, depression, LGBTQ, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, gender, relationship issues, creativity and life transitions. 

Amy Gray, LICSW