Non-Monogamy & Polyamory Support

What are polyamory and non-monogamy?

Polyamory is defined as engaging in multiple romantic or sexual relationships, with the full consent of all involved. Non-monogamy (also called ethical non-monogamy, consensual non-monogamy, or an open relationship) describes relationships that are romantically or sexually open, with the full consent of everyone involved. One of the biggest differences between the two relationship structures is that non-monogamous people typically have a primary partner who they consider their most important relationship, while polyamorous people may have a primary partner or they may treat all their relationships as non-hierarchical. People who practice non-monogamy or polyamory may seek out relationship variables like sexual attraction, romance, co-parenting, platonic friendship, and lifestyle among different partners. There are many ways to navigate healthy polyamorous and non-monogamous relationships, but some common basic practices are setting intentions and boundaries for each relationship. 

Therapy for polyamorous & non-monogamous individuals, couples, and polycules

We specialize in supporting individuals, couples, and relational systems in navigating polyamory and non-monogamous relationships. Our goal is to provide a safe, affirming, and non-judgmental space where individuals and partners can explore and embrace the unique dynamics of polyamory and non-monogamy.

At this practice, we understand that traditional relationship structures may not resonate with everyone, and we recognize the diversity of relationship styles and configurations. Whether you're exploring polyamory or non-monogamy for the first time, navigating challenges within an existing relationship, or seeking support for building healthier relationship dynamics, we're here to help. Our approach is collaborative, non-judgmental, and tailored to your unique needs and goals.

Common reasons to seek therapy for polyamorous & non-monogamous relationships

Getting started

Our office for in-person therapy sessions is in City Park West in Denver, Colorado. We are licensed in both Colorado and Illinois, and are available for telehealth sessions from anywhere in these states. 

Click here to request a free 20-minute virtual consultation with either Court or Emily