Finding a good fit in a professional, when in a consensually non-monogamous relationship, can be a challenge. I provide relationship and sex therapy that honors the complexity, nuance, joys and challenges of navigating life and relationships within a non-monogamous context.
There is no “right” way to be in relationship. Many people identify as ethically non-monogamous, polyamorous, or open, and often have unique perspectives and needs. I believe we can feel most empowered, free and connected to our deepest selves and define our own relationships, whatever those configurations and boundaries may look like. Having the support of a mental health professional who is well-versed on aspects of non-monogamy, can help you and your partner(s) to negotiate challenges to intimacy. This can be especially true for couples who are in the initial stages of “opening” their relationship. I love working with intimate partners in defining and exploring what relationships means to them and supporting their choices. I have cultivated a safe space for you on your journey to explore and communicate your needs, promote honesty, connection, authenticity, and trust.