Do you want someone who you know who will be affirming?
Finding a therapist who is affirming and non-judgmental can be a difficult task for those who are polyamorous, or who are interested in polyamory. With our training and experience, we can help you figure out what you want for your life. You can discuss the types of relationships that you want to have, and we can help you process barriers to making this work.
We’ll work with you, and the others in your relationship, to help negotiate boundaries, and process through your own personal goals. We can also help you work with emotions that could lead to problems for you.
Whether you’re wanting support and guidance in your primary or secondary relationship, we can help.
We’ll work with you to uncover the source of the actual problems, so that you can unravel real solutions. Relationships are complicated, and we can make it so that you can better understand your own feelings in a way that is validating and promotes self-acceptance. You can explore your feelings towards the people who you are in a relationship with, or with the metas or other significant others who are in your life as well.
Therapy can help you if you’re already in a relationship and you’re negotiating other relationships, or polyamory is something that you’re considering.
Regardless of the size and complexities of the relationships you’re in, you’ll find a comfortable and experienced setting here. With our experience and training in helping people negotiate highly emotional situations, you’ll find a non-judgmental and effective place to discuss your relationships.
Together, we’ll look at the goals of your relationships, and work through potential problems of jealousy, shame, and concern about judgment. We’ll also discuss boundaries and effective communication. Relationships are complicated. Therefore, it’s really important to have solid and open communication with your partners. This is where counseling can help.
Our services for polyamorous counseling include:
- Problems with relationship boundaries.
- Issues with communication.
- Misconceptions about polyamory.
- Curiosity about having a polyamorous relationship.
- Discussion of sexual orientation issues while having multiple relationships.
- Negative emotions towards metas.
- Help for relationships, regardless of the amount of people involved in them.
Many people are fearful to seek out a therapist to discuss such a topic. Contact us today, and we’ll help you open up in a way that feels safe, yet is also effective as well.