About Us

The associates of GRAY have a vast amount of first-hand experience working with students, developing trusting relationships with parents and teachers, and designing realistic plans for reaching academic success. Read more about our associates below.

Kimberly Getty, Ph.D.

Dr. Getty has over 10 years of experience working in the field of school psychology. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Richmond, where she double majored in psychology and sociology. She then attended graduate school at North Carolina State University, where she earned a M.S. and a Ph.D. in School Psychology. Dr. Getty’s research focused on the social functioning of children with learning disabilities, as well as effective methods of consultation with teachers. She is a Licensed Psychologist through the North Carolina Psychology Board and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Read more »

Susan Robinson, M.A., M.Ed.

A 22-year veteran of Wake County Public Schools Psychological Services Division, Ms. Robinson has provided a full range of psychological services to students, school staff and families ranging from elementary school through high school. In addition to her role as a school-based staff psychologist, Ms. Robinson is perhaps most well-known her specialized services to students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and those with moderate to severe cognitive, physical and sensory limitations. Ms. Robinson holds a Masters Degree in Special Education as well as an Advanced Masters Degree in Psychology from the UNC university system.  She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and Licensed Psychological Associate. Read more »

Pamela Young, M.S.

Ms. Young is a licensed Psychological Associate who received her BA in Psychology from UNC at Greensboro and her Advanced Masters Degree in School Psychology from North Carolina State University. Her career spans 32 years of services as a school psychologist. Ms Young began her career providing comprehensive school psychological services to the students, families, and educators of Johnston County Schools. In addition to providing direct services to students and families Ms Young also served as the Lead Psychologist in Johnston County for nine years. In 1993, Ms Young joined the staff of Wake County Public Schools and served as a school-based staff psychologist and as the psychologist for the Academically Gifted program. Read more »