Consensual Non-monogamy for Clinicians


Consensual Non-monogamy for Clinicians


Modern Tribe Counseling

3720 Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd, Suite 2D

Chamblee, GA 30341

Consensual non-monogamy (CNM), including polyamory, swinging, and open relationships, is distinguished from infidelity by the presence of open and honest communication between partners about the role sex and relationships play in their life. Many helping professionals receive very little access to information about the various forms of consensual non-monogamy which leads to a lack of information, mis-information and at times biases and and harmful interventions. By increasing knowledge and awareness of CNM counselors are able to minimize imposing their personal values related to relationship structures within the counseling relationship (ACA Code of Ethics A.4.b).

This workshop is by the LPCA-GA for 3 Ethics hours for all other disciplines under Rule 135, approval number 8024-19M, with the following stated objectives: have a general understanding of the lifestyle and specific concerns of individuals who practice consensual non-monogamy; understand the challenges and issues clients and behavioral health professionals face in providing services to individuals who practice consensual non-monogamy; identify ways in which behavioral health professionals can limit their own biases and support clients who are exploring or engaging in consensual non-monogamy.

This workshop will be held at 3720 Chamblee Tucker Rd, Suite 2D, Atlanta GA 30341 with an arrival time of 9am and a departure time of 1pm. Please feel free to bring snacks or lunch.

Please ensure your checkout information includes your name as you would like it to appear on your certificate and email address. We do not offer refunds for CE events at this time.

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