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Sarah Gray, OTD, is an occupational therapist and assistant professor of occupational therapy. She has clinical experience in various settings, including acute care, SNFs, orthopedic outpatient, and community-based programs for adults with developmental disabilities and brain injuries. She has spent most of her career in pediatrics, with 18 years of school-based experience and eight years of outpatient work. Gray holds certification in Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) and works with patients that experience occupational disruption due to their tics. In addition to her clinical work, she has clinical management experience, serving as the director of an outpatient clinic.

Gray's research interests include sexuality as an occupation. She is a sex-certified occupational therapist through the Institute for Sex, Intimacy and Occupational Therapy.