Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD
Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD, is a psychologist, researcher, and professor at Pepperdine University.
She is one of the foremost experts on the impact of culture on trauma — especially in areas of race, gender, and religion. Through a mixture of cognitive-behavioral therapy and artistic expression, Thema helps clients develop a sense of safety, empowerment, and emotional healing.
She has written several books, including Thriving in the Wake of Trauma: A Multicultural Guide and Tweets for the Soul: When Life Falls Apart.
Find out more about how Thema Bryant-Davis, PhD, approaches the trauma of racism here:
Working with the Trauma of Racism
Racism can be deeply traumatic. And for one teenager . . .
Moving from Cultural Competence to Antiracism
We’ve all heard about cultural competence in clinical practice . . .
The Same Pandemic, Vastly Different Experiences
While we’re all going through the same pandemic . . .