Bray - Ph.D. Director
Dr. Bray received
his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (1998), an M.A.
in Theological Studies (1996) and an M.A.in Clinical
Psychology (1994) from Fuller Theological Seminary
in Pasadena, CA. He is licensed in both New Hampshire
and Massachusetts as a Clinical Psychologist.
He is the original Director of the Willowdale
Counseling Center and has been with the Center
since it's inception in 1998.
of the Clinical Psychology program at Fuller Seminary
is the integration of solid clinical psychology
with sound Christian theology. That is the focus
around which Dr. Bray centers his work with adults
and adolescents. His specialties include working
with couples, working with men with compulsive
sexual behavior, working with individuals recovering
from trauma or abuse histories, working with individuals
suffering from depression and anxiety, working
with individuals about relationship issues and
other areas of personal growth. With respect to
adolescents, Dr. Bray works with young men with
depression or anxiety or who have concerns about
relational issues, behavioral problems or other
personal growth concerns.
Dr. Bray employs
primarily a psychodynamic approach to doing psychotherapy,
but he also adapts insights from cognitive behavioral
theories to inform his work. Dr. Bray also performs
psychological evaluations including intelligence,
achievement and personality measures.
is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
in New Hampshire. She received her bachelor's
degree from the College of William and Mary in
2000, and her master's degree in counseling from
Regent University in 2007. She has served in therapeutic
settings for the past 12 years. As a respite provider
in rural Appalachia, she worked with mentally
and physically disabled children, providing respite
for families. As a residential group leader in
a wilderness school she lived in the wild with
troubled teens and learned the value and power
of empathy and encouragement. She served as a
leader in a residential group home. As a child
and family therapist in a community mental health
center, Codie worked with children and their families
on a range of mental health issues.
Codie counsels women, children, teens, and couples
with issues that include anxiety, depression,
divorce-related issues, stress management, relational
issues, and personal growth. She works collaboratively
with the families of children and teens, believing
that parents play a vital role in helping their
children. Codie employs an eclectic approach,
drawing from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical
Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy Nouthetic/Biblical
Counseling, family systems and attachment theories,
provided through a Christian worldview.