Polyamory

Being in a relationship with someone can be hard. Being a relationship with more than one person can be even harder! People in polyamorous and consensually non-monogamous relationships face unique relationship challenges. There is no "right" way to be in relationships with other people, and many folks find that they enjoy the freedom of building relationships with multiple people simultaneously.

Many folks in polyamorous and consensually non-monogamous relationships, as well as folks in monogamous relationships who are considering opening their relationship in some form, may find it helpful to explore and work on issues like time management, boundary setting and navigation, jealousy, communication, and safe-sex. Whether you are in the early stages of exploring whether or not polyamory might be right for you and your relationship, or you are experienced in navigating polyamorous and consensually non-monogamous relationships, therapy can be a helpful place to find your ways through the unique challenges that can come up in relationships like this.

Therapists at Live True Counseling Can Help

Therapists at Live True Counseling are here to help you navigate the challenges of polyamorous and consensually non-monogamous relationships. We'll match you with a therapist with specialized training and the lived experience of being in polyamorous relationships. Whether you're wanting support to help you decide whether or not polyamory is right for you or to work through the challenges you face in your relationships we'll work with you collaboratively to help you sort through it all so that you may live intentionally, authentically, and with integrity.

The most powerful tool in therapy is the relationship built by our therapists and their clients. That’s why we offer a free 30-minute consultation to determine if we’d be a good fit.

 

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