Dr. Lori Gray
is involved in acute psychological care for the Toronto EMS
staff, supervision of the Peer Support Team
, facilitation of appropriate referrals, program and policy development, teaching, research, and regular attendance on ride outs.
Dr. Gray is a licensed clinical, rehabilitation, and forensic psychologist.
has strived to tackle the issue of trauma from multiple angles by working with first responders, trauma victims, and perpetrators.
has provided psychological assessment, psychotherapy, and crisis intervention to first responders and worked with numerous emergency services.
research has focused on organizational approaches to addressing traumatic stress in the emergency services.
Key experiences include employment and collaboration with emergency service organizations, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
(the Psychological Trauma Program and the Law and Mental Health Program), Detroit Receiving Hospital
(the level one trauma centre in inner city Detroit), private practice settings, certification with the National Organization for Victim Assistance
, and various other experiences.
Dr. Gray has published results of her research and has served as a public speaker, presenting the results of her research locally to internationally.
In the context of her
role with Toronto EMS
, Dr. Gray
is also involved in consultation with associated agencies.
She presently serves as the Director of Clinical Mental Health for the Tema Conter Memorial Trust and serves on the Executive Committee of the Ontario Psychological Association Disaster Response Network.
work with first responders, emergency service organizations, and trauma survivors, Dr. Gray
has received awards from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
, the Canadian Psychological Association
, the American Psychological Association
, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
, the University of Windsor
, and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program.
received the Future Pioneers of Psychology Award from the American Psychological Association
and was nominated for the Governor Generalís Academic Gold Medal.
was also the recipient of the G.L.A.D. award for teaching and mentorship at the University of Windsor
You can contact Dr. Gray
at firstname.lastname@example.org and 416-392-5400.