Today we’d like to introduce you to Regine Dorismond, Roslyn Guzman and Odile McKenzie.
Be Morr was founded by three women of color who started out as friends and desired to create a culturally sensitive therapeutic wellness community for other Women of Color. The three of us are Licensed Social Workers with more than 15 years of collective experience. Our expertise includes counseling, resource linkage, learning and development, group & workshop facilitation, school consultants. We are rooted in the idea that we all have the capacity to heal, grow and overcome life’s challenges when given a safe space to do so.
We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Navigating this world of business has been a beautiful challenge! We are self-taught business owners and we have used numerous resources, both personal and professional, to help get us over some of the bumps in the road. Let’s just say our community has provided unwavering support which has allowed us to be this successful.
We’d love to hear more about your business.
We are a therapy and wellness company. Most of our clients are everyday women who are dealing with life transitions within their careers, romantic relationships, parental relationships, and identity. The therapy component of our organization provides individual, couples and group therapy. We currently have five licensed Clinicians and one student intern providing therapeutic services. The wellness component of our organization focuses on workshops, retreats, school and organizational consultations.
We are super proud of our exponential growth over the last year all while being able to remain true to our mission and vision of providing tailored therapeutic wellness services to professional women of color. A group that is often overlooked and not always supported by society. Our clients remind us daily that just because “it looks like I have it all together, at times I don’t, and that’s okay. It doesn’t mean I am broken, it means I just need help to reach my fullest potential”.
- Website: www.be-morr.com
- Instagram: @bemorrcounseling
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