Practitioner in DDP, Consultant in DDP, Trainer in DDP
Licensed Social Worker, Masters in Clinical Social Work
Grey McKellar, is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Texas who specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents. He received his Bachelors degree from Louisiana Tech. University with a minor in psychology and a major in sociology. He received his Masters degree from the University of Oklahoma in Clinical Social Work. Prior graduate work includes working with inner city children in Dallas, Texas, juvenile sexual offenders in Oklahoma City, and he also worked with the Native American tribes in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Post Graduate, Grey moved to Colorado Springs where he practiced as a day treatment therapist at Cedar Springs Behavioral Health where he later became the Director of Admissions and Assessment. Grey returned to Oklahoma City in 2003 as the Director of Administration for an Outpatient provider who specialized in the treatment of severely abused and traumatized children. He later began to work in Oklahoma City supporting Therapeutic Foster Care and Intensive Treatment Services Programs in Norman, OK. In 2005 Grey served on the Oklahoma State Task Force team for the treatment of Attachment Disorder Children. As a result, Grey helped design and create Riverside Behavioral Health which is a Residential Specialty Program treating Attachment Disorder and Autism. Grey has trained and presented at multiple conferences including the Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACH) national conference. In 2013 Grey move to Texas to serve as the C.O.O. of an acute care hospital. He now focuses his work on staff training, hospital consulting, and DDP program implementation.