My name is Corlé LaForce and my pronouns are she/her. I identify as a second-generation, mixed-race, pansexual woman working as a psychotherapist on Áakʼw Ḵwáan Aani.
It is an honor to be able to provide compassionate care to folx working through trauma, depression, anxiety, shame, self-discovery and spiritual growth. My practice focuses on intergenerational trauma, self-compassion, expanded states, and somatic awareness. As a therapist of color, I prioritize working with People of the Global Majority (BIPOC) and folx who hold marginalized identities including transgendered folx. As a former birth doula, I love working with birth-related trauma and anxiety.
I hold a Bachelors of Arts in Contemplative Psychology with an emphasis in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University and a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University. Additionally, I am trained in Somatic Experiencing, trauma-informed touch-assisted therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Inner Family Constellations, and drum journeying. I studied Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy at Naropa University and Ketamine-Assisted Therapy at the Psychedelic Research and Training Institute (PRATI). I am a trainee with the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Currently, I am learning about grief tending, end of life care, and indigenous approaches to healing.
In addition to offering individual therapy for adults, I provide healing containers and retreats for groups.