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Jean Gray, CSW

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Jean Gray graduated with a B.S in Psychology from Utah State University and a Master of Social Work from Edinboro University. Jean obtained MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy)
certification while working with the criminogenic population. In addition to the criminogenic population Jean has had the privilege to work with the addiction population, domestic violence survivors and perpetrators as well as mental health population providing counseling for individuals, couples and families, as well as group therapy. In 2016, Jean decided to join the team at Pinnacle Recovery to share the knowledge she has gained through her professional experiences in the social work field.

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