The series will include presentations by accomplished musicians, scholars and clinicians. There will also be a time for the community to dialogue and process our experiences together with facilitators.
The official list of speakers and musicians will be posted and updated as the series progresses.
Nicholas A. Grier, Ph.D., L.P.C.
A native of Atlanta, GA, Dr. Grier’s writing, speaking, counseling, and community leadership privileges the experiences of the most vulnerable and marginalized people in society. He is Assistant Professor of Practical Theology, Spiritual Care, & Counseling at Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, California and Founder of the Coloring Mental Health Collective.
Privileging the experiences of people on the margins of society, Grier enjoys nurturing cultures of self-awareness, resistance, healing, and liberation to make possible flourishing for everyone in the human village. He works to engage faith communities, clinical counseling practice, academic institutions, organizations, and the general public on issues related to racism, sexism, Black male identity, liberating faith, and depth understandings of people’s personalities and ways of relating to one another.
He is author of the book Care for the Mental and Spiritual Health of Black Men: Hope to Keep Going.
We would not be able to offer this free programming without the help of our sponsors.