Dr. Lee Porscha Moore (pronouns: she/her/ella) is a fun-loving lifelong learner committed to walking with children, youth, and families as they reconnect with their inner superhero. Porscha lives in her intersectionality and navigates this world as a Black cisgender woman. Outside of facilitating and guiding trainings, Porscha juggles many hats, which include her role as Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual & group therapy and as a college instructor at various CSU, Private, and community colleges throughout the Bay area. Porscha is a proud first-generation college graduate who has earned a bachelors in psychology from California State University San Bernardino, two masters degrees in Social Work with an emphasis in community mental health, and Communications from Cal State East Bay, and a doctorate in Education from San Francisco State University. Porscha communicates through laughter and sarcasm, as she challenges those she works with and serves to never stop challenging the status quo.
Porscha seeks to fulfill her granny’s dream and honor her memory by unpacking and deconstructing the oppressive systems that hurt families and communities. Porscha heals through laughter and will always invite you in to experience laughter and joy through the pain.
What does healing look like?
To me healing is LAUGHTER, plain and simple. Laughter is contagious and brings life into the body and mind. Additionally, I feel very connected to a quote by Maya Angelou that says, “We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” This quote also illustrates healing to me because to heal is a journey and it is not always pretty. Like the caterpillar journey to become the beautiful butterfly healing takes time, healing comes with hurdles, and healing is different for everyone.