Red Haircrow is an award-winning writer, educator, psychologist and filmmaker of Native (Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee) and African American heritage who holds a Master’s in Native American Studies, a BSc in Psychology and counsels selectively. Their social science and biomedical research focuses include Native/Indigenous and BiPOC inter-generational historic trauma, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, GLBTIIQ needs and suicide prevention. Current projects include a RPG educational adventure video game, continuing research on stigma and prejudice relating to psychological disorders and conditions such as ASD, and support of Chiricahua Apache N’de Nation Independent Sovereignty and Self-Sustainability.
Member of NAISA, SIP, APA, 2017-2019 Secretary for the Native Research Network, and one of the 2019-2020 SIP Mentorshop Committee Liaisons, Red remains active in Native American education, current events and cultural competency on both sides of the Atlantic. Currently based in Berlin, Germany, through their multimedia consultation company, Flying With Red Haircrow Productions, Red explores and pursues opportunities for collaboration in education, film, art, music and more.