About Me

 

iRorri Geller-Mohamed LCSW

Meet Rorri Geller-Mohamed, LCSW

 

Hi!  I created U Power Change for families like yours who are navigating some super challenging stuff. I’m a licensed therapist, parent coach, and the founder of U Power Change.  I specialize in helping parents navigate and overcome challenges, strengthen family relationships, and manage challenging emotions.  I strive to help people feel heard, understood, and empowered to live their life as their authentic self, connect with family, and empower their children and the next generation.  I am extremely passionate about helping our children to feel supported in their identity and thrive. My passion for this work of supporting parents and helping kids thrive in their identity and authentic self comes from growing up in a multiracial family which was formed through the transracial adoption of my brother who is Latino into my white and Jewish family.  My commitment to helping strengthen families and help people navigate challenges continued as I build my own family with my husband who is West Indian and Muslim.  I continue to work on building a better world for my children who are multiracial, multicultural, and multifaith.    

My Experience

Professionally, I’ve been doing this work for over 15 years with youth, parents, and families in a variety of school, community, and clinical settings.  I also consult for organizations to create systemic change, strengthen their impact in the community, and advocate for social justice.

My Education

I received my Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University and have post-graduate training in family therapy from the Ackerman Institute. I am also bilingual in Spanish which I learned as an adult.  

Rorri started U Power Change because the support and services parents and families needed was missing. 

Her goal was to create what families need to thrive.

Have questions?
Feel free to connect

347-460-4308

Rorri@upowerchange.com

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