Michelle Grier, LMSW, is a social justice worker, therapist, advocate and organizer committed to transformative social change. Michelle has over 10 years of experience facilitating conversations about race and oppression, cultivating youth programming, and providing mental health support services to children and their families. She engages restorative practices and systems theory in her work. Currently, Michelle leads strategy and programming for a hyperlocal nonprofit focused on health equity and healing justice.
In her therapeutic practice, Michelle works with individuals and community to foster connection and co-create tools to deepen healing from generational trauma and violence. She employs psychotherapy, relational therapy and ancestral tools to engage in practices that support growth and healing.
Michelle is born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She received a B.A. in Anthropology from Wesleyan University and a Masters of Science in Social Work from Columbia University School of Social Work.