Nathan Harris, LICSW || TBCC Director
Nathan Harris has more than sixteen years’ experience working to support Youth of Color disproportionately impacted by systemic racism. Nathan serves as Director of Trinity Boston Counseling Center. He has been with the organization since 2003 and has been in his current role since 2012. As a career youth worker, Nathan is committed to supporting youth workers impacted by secondary trauma and the systemic impact of providing services within oppressive structures. Nathan provides regular trainings that support community learning to promote internal healing and sustainability for frontline youth workers exposed to vicarious trauma. Nathan has a passion for working from a holistic approach when providing counseling and accompanying clients in their journey to integrate mind, body, spirit & community. As a clinician, Nathan believes in the symbiotic nature of clinical work in that everyone in the room is learning and growing together. In addition, Nathan is married and is a parent of two children. They live in Boston and his children attend BPS schools. Nathan approaches this work with a deep sense of responsibility to elevate how the trappings of white supremacy culture show up on a daily basis. Attending to white privilege allows him to highlight that the liberation from white supremacy culture requires daily iteration, correction and learning to grow and promote healing.
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