Polyamory In the Clinical Encounter: An Introduction for Clinicians Who Are Curious and Concerned
As polyamory has become more common, more clients are showing up in clinician's consulting rooms wanting help as they navigate opening up their relationships, managing jealousy, and the difficulties of showing up for multiple partners with competing needs.
This workshop covers topics including the following:
- What do healthy polyamorous relationships looks like?
- What are “rules” or “agreements” in polyamorous relationships?
- How do I help my clients create agreements in ways that will work for them?
- What if one member of a couple wants to open up the relationship, and the other member doesn’t?
- What about attachment styles and poly?
- What about polyamory and children?
Previous participants have had this to say about the presentation:
“This presentation was incredibly informative, clear, and well presented. Presenter was very knowledgeable, engaging, and used his personal and professional experience as a useful and engaging teaching tool.”
“I liked the small group format and intimacy of the training.”
“The workshop was great!”
There will also be ample time for you to ask questions.
Light refreshment will be provided.
Monday, July 15. 12:15 - 1:45
435 9th St at 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215