Gray Baldwin is an assistant professor in the Music Therapy Department at Berklee College of Music. For over 10 years, they have taught at several universities and colleges in graduate, undergraduate, and equivalency programs. They specialize in teaching about research, music therapy in medical settings, practicums, supervision, mindfulness, ethics, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
They have over 25 years of music therapy clinical experience working with children, teens, adults, and older adults. Their work centers in humanism, queer theory, and culturally responsive practices. They specialize in acute and chronic pain, trauma, queer issues, minority stress, identity development, and stress. They have worked in behavioral health settings, medical and hospice settings, schools, and community music therapy.
"I want students to bring their desire to learn and curiosity to my classes. Together, we will discover and learn throughout the course. I hope students leave my classes with more curiosity for these topics and the open mind to learn."
"My expertise from over 20 years of music therapy practice deeply impacts my teaching. I bring both clinical experiences and many years of working in the field to my classes."