Understanding Polyamory, a Seminar for Therapists & Counselors

Understanding Polyamory & Ethical Non-Monogamy:

A therapists guide to working with clients in multi-partnered relationships

Friday, April 12th – Rocky Mountain Poly Living

Pre-Conference CEU Full Day Track

Registration

Loving More Nonprofit, the leading national organization for Polyamory for polyamory awareness, and Poly Living are pleased to offer a CEU track for therapists and counselors focused understanding and working with clients with relationship orientations outside the mono-normative model of relationships.
Modern relationships are changing at an accelerated pace in our culture and can come in many forms. Join us for a day long track focused on polyamorous and ethically non-monogamous relationships. What are the differences and the similarities to regular couples counseling.

Learn About Polyamory, Ethical Non-Mongamy, and Find Tools to Help Clients with Alternative Relationship Orientations

Learning Objectives:

  • Children and polyamory families

  • Understanding basics of polyamory and ethical non-monogamy

  • Ethical considerations in counseling people in open relationships

  • Transitioning relationships from monogamy to polyamory

  • Benefits of polyamory for some individuals

Earn five hours of continuing education (CEU) while learning about the expanding world of polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. An opportunity to expand knowledge and help the many clients who don’t fit the one size fits all approach to relationships.
Our continuing education sessions will be conducted in accordance with state codes for Colorado, Arizona, Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico, and Wyoming. Additional CEUs through National Association of Social Workers (for all US states).