Healing Chronic Pain & Systemic Racism Through Art and Trauma-Informed Care: Dr. Nathaniel GrangerIn this Trauma-Informed Series Dr. Nathaniel Granger, Jr., Clinical Psychologist, Professor of Psychology, Immediate Past President APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology, speaks on his lived experience of chronic pain within a world of systemic and institutional racism. Dr. Granger, Jr. offers insight into healing through creative arts and trauma-informed care grounded in the humanity, dignity and respect, and social justice. The interview highlights intergenerational trauma, oppressive cognitions, and pain through the lens of EMDR and Existential-Humanitic Psychotherapy. The interview is a a beautiful interweave of art, psychology, recovery, and spirituality grounded in the lived experience of being human beings. We speak about how health disparities also compound chronic & systemic pain. If you are a trauma-therapist, looking to learn more about trauma informed care, or a someone who is on a journey toward healing, watch this video. Dr. Granger, Jr. invites to a human to human conversation where we embrace the other to heal our wounds.