Faculty Profile: Nathaniel Granger

Nathaniel Granger

School: Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry

Bio:
Dr. Nathaniel Granger, Jr. is a graduate of the University of the Rockies (formerly Colorado School of Professional Psychology) where he received a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Forensics. He also received a Masters Degree in Counseling and Human Services and Bachelors Degree in Psychology from University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He has received several awards and scholarships for demonstrated scholarly excellence and dedication to the field of psychology; with noted particular interests in Existential/Humanistic Psychology in areas relative to diversity and human dignity. Incidentally, Granger is originally a product of the inner-city, where gross poverty and dropping out of high school facilitated in succumbing to life on the streets of Chicago, where he received Life’s proverbial degree in “hard-knocks.” However, through perseverance and determination, by enlisting in the U.S. Army and beginning his formal educational pursuits at the community college level, he has since served in many capacities in the arena of Human Services to include but not limited to founder and pastor/psychotherapist at Be REAL Ministries, Inc. in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Professor of Psychology at Pikes Peak Community College, and most recently, Saybrook University adjunct faculty member as part of the Existential, Humanistic, and Transpersonal Psychology Specialization with an endeavor to work some with the Transformative Social Change and Clinical specializations as well. Nathaniel Granger, Jr. is also nominated Secretary for APA Division 32 Society of Humanistic Psychology. His embodiment of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and reenactment of the “I have a Dream” speech, along with his oratory gifts that gives life to any topic, has rendered Dr. Granger a desired and sought after speaker. His energetic love for humanity is passionately exemplified and warmly accepted, and his doctoral dissertation, “Perceptions of Racial Microaggressions among African American Males in Higher Education: A Heuristic Inquiry,” along with in vivo experiences, and interests in Civil Rights are the substrata upon which a majority of his work in academia, writing and public speaking is predicated.""

Curriculum Vitae

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