Co-Executive Director Enjolie Lafaurie
Enjolie Lafaurie, Ph.D., C.Ht., is a momma, sister, tía, comadre, widow, Doctor of Psychology, hypnotherapist, empath, death midwife, and business owner. Originally, from Southern California, she is Afro-Cuban (Taino/Arawak) and Guatemalan (Maya). Dr. Lafaurie is a professor, specializing in the Psychology of Gender and Culture. Her degrees from Arizona State University and the University of Southern California were in counseling psychology with an emphasis on multiculturalism. Dr. Lafaurie’s passion for diversity resulted in her teaching in Tanzania, Africa, in 2004, on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other culturally-bound practices. She became a certified hypnotherapist in 2007, incorporating this skill set into private practice. At New Mexico State University (NMSU), she received training in mindfulness and biofeedback. Currently, Dr. Lafaurie provides service and leadership internationally, nationally, and within her local community. She is the former host of a weekly show titled The Nightly Restorative Check-In for the National Parents Union and was a regular guest on the Spanish broadcast titled El Sindicato Nacional de Padres. Enjolie is the Co-Executive Director and former CFO for the Cihuapactli Collective, a non-profit organization that supports urban indigenous families from womb to tomb. To learn more about Enjolie Lafaurie, visit her website at https://iamenjolie.com/.
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