Scott LaForce

Scott LaForce (He, Them, Hers)

Marriage and Family Therapist Associate


Supervisor: Dani A. Remiro

I have danced with the light, the dark, and the spectrum of color. Now I’d like to help you along your journey.

Client Status

accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $40-$120

Provides free initial consultation

Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 2016

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Family
  • Group
  • Relationship
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket

My Approach to Helping

I work intersubjectively through a postmodern lens with an emphasis on empowerment. This means that I remain cognizant of all the crucial elements coming into the room, including your unique experience and how my presence interacts with it. Dogma is not a part of my practice. While past theories have insisted on the therapist as expert, I believe that you are the expert of your life and that my job is to assist you in (re)discovering yourself. There are many options. We just need to find the best one for your needs. Social justice is a primary focus for my practice. I will help you to deconstruct the dominant discourses that have been a disservice in your life while helping you to create new narratives that will allow you to build the life you've always wanted... the life you deserve.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I hold a master's degree in Applied Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles. My focus has been on social justice with an emphasis on LGBTQ+Affirmative therapies. I worked as a rehabilitation practitioner with folks who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness, a therapist for people making strides toward eradicating stigma surrounding HIV, and as an intake counselor at various agencies. I am sex-positive. I am led by synchronicity and the teachings of Carl Jung. I support holistic healing, which means that I will encourage you to seek many other avenues toward betterment. Therapy is only one piece to the puzzle that is you.

Issues I Treat


  • Polyamorous and Open Relationships External link

    Relationships can be difficult. It's not uncommon to wonder sometimes if they're worth all the work! There are so many variables and possibilities to explore; let's figure out what works and what doesn't. Your intimate life deserves love. We can work toward finding it in as many forms as are available to you.

  • Cultural and Systemic Oppression External link

    Patriarchy has had its day. It is time for the age of the divine feminine, which is not a concept limited to women. All integral beings possess both feminine and masculine traits. intentionally flowing between them is an artform that provides unending benefit. Rejoice in your strengths.

  • Spirituality External link

    Mind, body, spirit, relationship—to our selves, to one another, to our environments, No good therapy will ever ignore your entirety. We are complex beings that require multiple elements for survival. Neglect in one area often leads to imbalance in others. Reallign with your sense of purpose by honoring your whole self.

  • LGBTQ Issues External link

    As a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, I am dedicated to helping my peers rise from the destructive forces of stigma and oppression. Using strengths-based and person-centered foundations, I believe that you are beautiful and powerful at your core.

  • Sexual Problems External link

    Sexual identity, HIV/AIDS, sexual behavior

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