Richard M. Gray, Ph.D.
Richard Gray is Research Director for the NLP Research and Recognition Project. He serves as Principle Investigator for pilot studies of the RTM protocol for the Project. He has recently received an appointment as Instructor of Behavioral Medicine at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, Middletown, NY. In July 2013, he retired after serving nine years as Assistant Professor in the School of Criminal Justice, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ. Prior to his appointment at FDU, Dr. Gray served for more than 20 years in the US Probation Department, Brooklyn, NY. While working in Brooklyn he received the North East Regional Line Officer of the Year Award for 1999. Gray was the recipient of the 2004 Neuro-Linguistic Programming World Community Award in Education for his work with federal offenders with substance use disorders. The award was presented at the CANLP Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada. He is the author of Archetypal Explorations (Routledge, 1996); Co-Author with Lisa Wake and Frank Bourke of The Clinical Effectiveness of NLP (Routledge, 2012).
He is also author of: Transforming Futures (Lulu, 2008), About Addictions: Notes from Psychology, Neuroscience and NLP (Lulu, 2015) and Interviewing and Counseling Skills: An NLP Perspective (Lulu,2011). Dr. Gray received his BA in Psychology, Central College, Pella, IA; MA in Sociology, Fordham University, Bronx, NY; and Ph.D. in Psychology, The Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH. He is a member of the Canadian Association of NLP, The NLP Research and Recognition Project, The Institutes for the Advanced Study of Health, and the American Psychological Association.