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Would you like to feel comfortable, competent, and confident working with relational challenges related to polyamory?

 

If so, this course is for you.

Polyamory and other Non-Monogamies in Therapy:
Cultural Competence, Clinical Challenges, and Treatment Strategies

Through video, real clinical examples, and step-by-step guides you can print and keep, you’ll explore the challenges therapists encounter when working with polyamorous clients—and how to address them with confidence and skill.

You’ll learn to

  • support the sustainability of open relationships
  • help when negotiations are contentious
  • work effectively with jealousy and other common
    stumbling blocks
  • help couples recover from poly gone amiss
  • facilitate building secure, differentiated open
    relationships
  • start strong with clear goals and the right clients in the room
  • market to alternative sexualities without alienating
    others
  • and so much more!

We’ll also cover

  • cultural competence with a marginalized community
  • treatment strategies for clinical challenges
  • jealousy as grist for the therapy mill
  • working with coming out issues
  • effective and ineffective agreements
  • therapist’s role when there are values differences
  • working with reluctant polys

Course details

This course is approved for 4 AASECT CEs*

Cost: $140

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*This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 4 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification.

Martha has an incredible talent to teach complicated material in a digestible way. Every time I have heard Martha present, I have implemented what I have learned in my sessions right away.

Kelly Scharver, Couples Counselor–Virginia


Martha is so generous and welcoming with her information and abundant resources, experience, online seminar leadership, and knowledge.

Dian Rains Allen, Ph.D., MFT, LPCC–Vallejo, California


Martha is a consummate professional  and dynamic teacher and speaker, with an amazing breadth and depth of knowledge about work with sexuality and couples. I am so thrilled she’s offering a workshop for therapists about gaining competency with non-monogamy and poly relationships, because this is such a growing need and it’s so critical that we therapists respond to it from a place of information, awareness and understanding.  Martha’s work is really one of a kind and I am so excited to continue to learn from her.

Katherine Waddell, MS, LMFT–Northampton, Massachusetts


Martha’s seminar at the 2018 Couples Conference was a worthwhile and engaging learning experience. Martha is obviously clinically skilled and knowledgeable about polyamory, and she kept the audience engaged with each other in their thinking and learning. Her warmth and openness encouraged participants to share professionally as well as personally.

Ann Langley, Ph.D–Redwood City, California


What Martha teaches about poly is such important information for all therapists to learn. It is clear that she stands out as a specialist in this area of work. Our profession needs her expertise at a time when there are few trainings to address this issue.

Lori Weisman, MA, LMHC–Bellevue, Washington