If you are going to be in the Denver area January 30 and 31, consider joining me with the Center for Alternative Lifestyles for a weekend of talks on consensual non-monogamies and their related social and legal issues.
Saturday January 30, 2016
10 – 11:30: Types of Consensual Non-Monogamy and When they Work
12:30 – 2pm: Polyamorous Families with Children
2:30 – 4pm: The Importance of Polyaffectivity to Resilient CNM Families
Sunday January 31, 2016
10 – 11:30: Legal Issues Facing Sexual Minority Families and How to Handle Them
12:30 – 2pm: Sexual Variation vs. Paraphilia and Pathology: Changes in the DSM5
2:30 – 4pm: The Pleasures and Dangers of Unicorn Hunting
Venue Phone: 303-922-0068
2620 West 2nd Avenue, #1, Denver, Colorado, 80219, United States
For more information see http://coloradocal.com/events/sheff2016/
I hope to see you there!
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If you are a member of a polyamorous family, consider participating in Marco Lenzi’s research project on teens’ perceptions of family life. See his blurb below:
Hello, my name is Marco Lenzi and I am an Italian student of Clinical Psychology at Università Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore in Milan. I am conducting a project research about polyamory, and in particular investigating how boys and girls from 14 to 18 years old perceive quality of life and their relationships within their poly families. The research comprehends an interview face-to-face about life in poly family which will last no more than one hour. The project was approved by Professor of Sociology Elisabetta Carrà in Università Cattolica and I’ll furnish informed consent to the teenagers’ parents.
For further information, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your attention.
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In my new blog on Psychology Today I examine who children in poly families see as parents, how they decide, and what the kids call their parental figures.