A highly regarded art therapy lecturer from Germany, Robert Gray has degrees in art therapy, psychology and theology. As a psychologist, he is able to present art therapy practices in an evidence-based context which further facilitates a well-founded and comprehensible training program. He leads the field in art therapy with his unique integration of psychological techniques and spiritual practices.

Robert is the founder and director of the College for Educational and Clinical Art Therapy. He is also a lecturer of art therapy in a 2 year full time Masters Degree course, which is not available by distance education. We believe that CECAT’s online certificate and diploma courses are the best alternative to study art therapy if you can’t study on campus at one of the universities in your country.

Robert Gray is a member of the Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association (ANZACATA) He is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA) and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). He offers clinical supervision (online) for students and professionals in many countries.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Art Therapy and Psychology. Researching and presenting art therapy practices in an evidence-based context that indicates some of the shortcomings of psychologists who don't work with the unconscious and art.
Personal Interests
Spiritual search and overall wellness.