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Masters in Social Work from the University of Regina (2006)
Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Regina (2004)
Professional license held in Texas as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
2023 – Present: Logos Services, LLC, Tele-Therapist
2014 – 2023: Cyndi Gray Art Therapy, Owner Therapist
2006 – 2014: Ranch Ehrlo Society, Clinical Therapist
2004 – 2006: Government of Saskatchewan, Social Worker
Cyndi and her husband, Jim have relocated to Texas from Canada. The couple share several loves including family, travel, and art in its multiple forms. The couple’s blended family, of six children and nine grandchildren, continues to grow with each passing year. While Cyndi has a deep connection to learning, art and animals, Jim’s passion for barbeque has resulted in multiple awards over the years. There is no doubt they were both drawn to Southern hospitality and great food in the heart of BBQ country! Their four fur-babies have also travelled from Canada and are equally excited to be in Texas. In fact, two of the dogs, Jaxon and Annie, have worked alongside Cyndi in her private practice in Canada.
Healing is a personal journey and one, I believe, begins with a strong therapeutic alliance. For humans, trust develops over time and in the professional relationship it is comprised of healthy, positive, appropriate and meaningful interactions. I use three main modalities in my practice including Animal Assisted Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and Art Therapy. Animal Assisted Therapy invites individuals to develop trust in a matter of minutes while moving to the core of the felt sense. The concept of felt sense is also found in Somatic Experiencing which holds the individual’s capacity to heal lies within. Understanding the manifestation of trauma in the body’s nervous system is the foundation of the approach, employing pendulation and titration to reduce overwhelm. Somatic Experiencing posits that trauma is as unique as the individual themselves. Professionals may solely apply Somatic Experiencing on its own or in conjunction with other modalities. In my experience, Somatic Experiencing and Art Therapy, as a unified approach, support individuals to explore emotions through art making, accessing mindfulness techniques and metaphors to promote deeper understanding of the self and their journey.
I have a strong desire to aid individuals in healing attachment injury and traumatic experiencing from the age of eight through to adulthood. Additionally, I may work with younger children in cases where attachment injury and extensive trauma have impacted their quality of life and sense of self.