Dr. Gray trained for behavioral healthcare consultation at the United States Marine Corp, Marine Recruiting Depot in San Diego, CA, where she did her preceptorship and residency with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Department and Naval Branch Medical. During her residency, Dr. Gray conducted a retrospective study on patient wait times for Marines who were victims of sexual assault or rape. She conducted a process and quality improvement and assurance project, resulting in improvements to the departments’, providers’ and patients’ overall satisfaction quotient, as well as reduced patient wait times.

Dr. Gray earned her Doctorate in Behavioral Health at Arizona State University. The University has been cited by the U.S. News & World Report, which ranked Arizona State University #1 in the nation in Innovation, and ranked #17th and #21st in the Nation for the College of Health Solutions, the college from which Dr. Gray was educated. Dr. Gray is also working on her second Doctorate in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, at Alliant International University, California School of Forensic Studies [CSFS]. As a Doctor of Behavioral Health, Forensic Research Psychologist, Victimologist, and Neuroscientist, Dr. Gray utilized her areas of expertise to create a Healthcare Education and Consultation Organization for Victim Services Providers and Integrated Healthcare Professionals.

Dr. Gray founded Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services in 2017. Her organization focuses on educating providers with the latest evidence-based research on helping improve the quality of service for victims in a trauma-informed manner. She has worked in violence prevention and intervention, as non-sworn law enforcement, for three decades. She incorporated integrated healthcare education and consultation into her professional career, to improve the experience of victims through the criminal justice, medical, and legal process. Dr. Gray’s company networks and collaborates with various organizations to pioneer best practices for non-sworn law enforcement, law enforcement, mental health, social workers, community healthcare workers and healthcare providers.

She also writes books and articles on domestic violence. She has been published in news articles, podcasts, and blogs regarding the topics of domestic violence, violence prevention and intervention, and violence against women and children. She has been featured in numerous publications, including The Washington News Journal, Medical PR News, The New York News Journal, US FM 98.3, and the Boston Herald. She is also a collaborating author of the book “Women in Violence: Global Lives in Focus.”

Dr. Gray has received a letter of commendation from the late Senator John McCain for Outstanding and Charitable work in the creation of a battered women’s shelter; a congressional award from Congressmen Ken Calvert, in the 42nd district for Outstanding Community Works in Violence Prevention and Intervention; She received the Pioneer in Leadership and Victim Assistance Award, and the Award for Outstanding Work in Crime Victim Advocacy from the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) and is an award Honoree for the Margery Fry Outstanding Victim Advocate, Edith Surgan Victim Activist Award, and many more honors.

Dr. Gray is specialized in: Public and community health, American Indian health policy, behavior processes, domestic violence, resilience, violence-conflict and human rights, gender violence, women’s studies, forensic and correctional psychology, law enforcement administration, situational crime prevention, human/sex trafficking, trauma-informed care, integrated care, patient-centered behavioral health, patient-centered medical homes, quality improvement and assurances and lean six sigma (project & program management).

Currently, Dr. Gray holds credentials as a Clinically-Certified Forensic Domestic Violence and Doctoral Addictions Counselor & Certified Human Trafficking Victim Services Provider. She completed the Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Education program with an emphasis on Identification, Counseling and Treatment at Harvard Medical School through the (Continuing Medical Education Dept). She is a certified project and program management professional (PMP); She is value stream map, 5S, A3, Kaizens and Hoshin Kanri certified. Finally, Dr. Gray is a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt in Healthcare. Finally, Dr. Gray has been a member in good standing of Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi, NSCS, GKIHS, Kappa Delta Pi, Health Occupation Students of America, National Association of African American Honors Program, SCLA and and is the former President of Epsilon Sigma Alpha – Psi Gamma at Arizona State.

Dr. Anchal Goyal, BDS. Dr. Anchal Goyal is a former Content Creator and Author for Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services Corp. During her time with the organization, she was a graduate student attending Liberty University’s School of Health Sciences, earning her Master’s degree in the field of Public Health. Her educational concentrations are program planning and evaluation in health education, principles of community health education, advocacy strategies for health communication, and organizational ethics. While finishing her degree, she also earned her graduate certificate in Health Promotion. Dr. Goyal is also a dentist. She attended her undergraduate studies at PGIMS University, in India, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Dental Surgery with an emphasis in oral health care.

During her working years, Dr. Goyal has done services for non-profit organizations aimed at community-level oral health prevention. She provided clinical services and health education to improve and maintain the oral health of patients. She has also conducted various oral health camps at different schools and villages in order to spread oral health awareness and education to the public. The Indian Dental Association awarded her with a Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding work in the field.

Dr. Goyal began her journey to become a public health researcher and health program officer three years ago. She loves working with communities to improve their health and emphasized prevention and primary care more than tertiary care. Dr. Goyal is currently in her practicum with our organization and was onboard on December 6th, 2021, as a Research/Content Author and Intern. Dr. Goyal also has an internship with Broadstreet working on a COVID-19 Data Project. She works for Broadstreet as an Emergency Data Relief Intern. We were glad to have Dr. Goyal on our team. She may write for the organization from time to time.

Rebecca A. Ax, SARC, CVA: Rebecca A. Ax is a graduate of California State University, San Bernardino, earning her Bachelor’s degree in the field of Psychology. Her educational concentrations were, the psychology of women, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention. While finishing her degree, she also earned her undergraduate certificate in Women’s Studies.

Rebecca worked for a brief time in non-profit services aimed at family violence and sexual assault prevention. There she learned some victim services ideologies, advocacy techniques and case management skills. Rebecca left non-profit work and launched her career, as a military civilian service provider. She worked in sexual assault prevention and response, with the United States Army.

As a Victim Advocate, Rebecca excelled at her job. She was integral to many of the changes that the U.S. Army’s Family Advocacy underwent. Her Acting Family Advocacy Program Manager, Christina Chavez stated, “Rebecca embraced the Army culture and is focused on assisting Soldiers and Families in need.” After four years of working with the U.S. Army, Rebecca transferred to the United States Marine Corp.

At the United States Marine Corp, Rebecca became the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR). She also earned her status as a Comprehensive Victim Advocate (CVA) with the Department of Defense (DoD) Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program (D-SAACP). As one of the two SARCs who run the entire program on base, Rebecca was able to achieve military recognition for excellence in her career. She has worked for the United States Marine Corp for more than seven years. In March of 2020, Rebecca A. Ax, was an Honoree for the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) Exceptional Military Victim Advocacy Award.

Rebecca joined Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services in March of 2020. She has been a great resource and helps to expand upon the organizations services. Rebecca has been an amazing help, building curricula for service, military, and care professionals. She excels at everything she does and has been a delight to have at the organization. She is the Sexual Assault Prevention and Intervention Consultant for Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services Corp.

Tabitha M. Chapman, PhD-c, MFT, PCC, is an accomplished executive, educator, and mental health professional, working toward a doctoral degree in forensic psychology, public policy, and law. She is the Executive Director of the Freedom Train Project Incorporated, a non-profit organization that advocates for victims of coercive control and cults. In addition, she serves as Acting Vice President of The American Association of Doctors of Behavioral Health, a professional organization that advocates for integrated behavioral health professionals.

As a Professor with Golden West College, Dr. Chapman has a passion for teaching. She is known for her dynamic and engaging teaching. Tabby’s dedication to improving the lives of others has not gone unnoticed. She has received numerous awards for her contributions to the field of victim advocacy, including the Daily Points of Light Award, which recognizes individuals who make a positive impact in their communities through volunteerism and service. She also received the Karen Cooper Award from the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence for her dedication to community building and victim services. This award garnered her many mentions in newspaper outlets.

With her experience and expertise, Dr. Chapman is a sought-after speaker and consultant. She has provided consultation for advocacy and mental health for cult victims in numerous media outlets. She has been featured in the Documentaries Seduced: Inside the Nxivm Cult on the Starz Network and Branded and Brainwashed on Tubi. She has also been a guest for several podcasts.

She is also an early childhood development teacher with Tinkergarten, Inc, an international speaker, a researcher, an educator, and a professor at Golden West University, in Huntington Beach, California. In her capacity as a Psychologist, Dr. Chapman does extensive research on parenting focusing on positive parenting models, methods, and techniques to help families in raising happier, healthier children. Dr. Chapman also writes academic journal articles on domestic violence, polyvictimization, children and violence, and transgenerational trauma. She has been published by Springer Publications, and writes publications for various organizations. Dr. Chapman is a certified victim and court appointed advocate. She is a therapist at Life Source Affordable Counseling Services in Riverside, CA. She is one of the Behavioral Health Consultants and Mental Health Providers at Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services Corp.

Jennifer James, DSP-I, DSP-II, RA is currently attending, West Los Angeles City College, where she is a psychology major. Her concentration is on children with special needs and at-risk youths. Jennifer aspires to continue in her studies to become a psychologist and have a burgeoning career as a mental healthcare professional.

During her training and working years, Jennifer has done services for many organizations. One of these organizations was Easter Seals, where her supervisor awarded her for outstanding work in the field. Jennifer loves working with children. Currently, she works with children who are autistic, hearing impaired, have down syndrome, or are non-verbal. She plans on expanding the populations she services to children in foster care, shelters and group homes. Jennifer is also planning to expand her career skills by learning art therapy modalities, school enrichment techniques like cooking and theater for children in kindergarten through 5th grade.

Jennifer began her Research Assistant Internship with our organization and was on-boarded on August 1st, 2020. Currently, she is the CEO of C.R.A.F.T, a children’s learning and development agency based in Los Angeles County. Jennifer has been a welcomed addition to GTICS family. She will continue to do research for the organization as she moves through her degree programs.

Lily Nguyen Phuong Tu, former Social Media Manager and Content Editor for the organization. She managed the imaging, brand, content narrative and focus for Gray’s Trauma-Informed Care Services Corp. Working out of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, Lily manages several business via the internet. Talented, skilled, and savvy, Lily’s specialty is digital marketing.

She makes use of the internet, social media, marketing research, and other avenues to reach consumers. Using her expertise and skills, Lily works hard to get to know what an organization wants. She creates content and digital marketing techniques to showcase the organization’s talents and skills.

Without digital marketers, like Lily, organizations would have a difficult time maintaining a strong presence. You can find Lily at @belilyne on instagram. Lily officially joined our organization in October of 2021. She has been an amazing addition to our team. Lily provides Media Consultation intermittently.