Dr. Amber D. Gray, DBH

Scholarship, Leadership & Integrity

Dr. Amber D. Gray

Dr. Gray is a graduate of Arizona State University, College of Health Solutions. She is a Doctor of Behavioral Health. She graduated Phi Kappa Phi, in the 15 percentile of her cohort & Summa Cum Laude in her program, while earning a Graduate Certificate in Law Enforcement Administration. She attended California State University San Bernardino, graduating magna cum laude w/high honors, earning a Masters of Arts, Interdisciplinary degree in the schools of Psychology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice. She also attended her undergraduate studies at California State University San Bernardino where she earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology & Anthropology and an Undergraduate Certificate in Women’s Studies with an emphasis in women’s health and the psychology of women.

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Attainment and


  • Doctorate of Behavioral Health, Arizona State University, 2020
  • Interdisciplinary Master of Arts Degree (Psychology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice), Cal State San Bernardino, 2009
  • Bachelor of Arts, Special Major (Psychology & Anthropology), Cal State San Bernardino, 2002
  • Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Chaffey College, 1996
  • Graduate Certificate, Law Enforcement Administration, Arizona State University, 2019
  • Undergraduate Certificate, Women's Studies, Cal State San Bernardino, 2002

My Tutoring Philosophy

When working with students, a teacher must first and foremost remember that they are there to disseminate information and assist students in retaining it. Teaching is a give and take profession. Teachers, instructors, mentors, and professors have a duty to help students to expand their knowledge base, beyond the scope of their fledgling foundations.

Teachers must be engaging, creating environments where students not only desire to learn new ideas, but to share them as well. Teachers must foster an inviting atmosphere, where students feel welcomed to be innovative and to challenge old ideas. Teachers can not be short-sighted. They must always realize that when they are teaching a student, the information that they receive may not be useful for those students in that moment. However, the information learned, could help to build those students’ lives, well into the future.

The atmosphere in which students learn, must be free from barriers. Students need to be able to learn, express themselves, and to think critically, as this will assist them in enhancing their lives. With strong critical thinking skills, students will be able to fend for themselves in the larger global community.

Education assists students in thinking beyond the realms of the knowledge that they already have. Learning becomes an expansive experience, by which students are able to see the world in new and different ways. Teachers give students the tools that they need, to shape the future. As the student’s intellectual development grows, students and teachers become part of a wonderful and shared, learning and retainment experience. Each individual, better than the person they were, one minute beforehand.

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