APA Division 44 Committee on Consensual NonMonogamy Seeking Volunteers

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Since 2019 I have been the chair of the Legal Issues Sub-Committe of the American Psychological Association’s Division 44 Committee on Consensiual Non-Monogamy. Volunteering with them has been a wonderful experience, and I have enjoyed working on fascinating projects with these delightful Div 44 colleagues. Now the organizers of Div 44 Committee on CNM are looking for more volunteers. If you have useful research and/or clinical skills and want to contribute to science and mental health, consider volunteering! More information below.


A message from the organizers of Div 44 Committe on CNM

Our volunteer committee on consensual non-monogamy is expanding! 

We are seeking experienced researcher and clinician volunteers to co-lead year-and-a-half-long projects across seven initiatives focusing on CNM across diverse identities, orientations, families, and sexualities. 

We’re also seeking three volunteer graduate students eager to engage in year-long, one-on-one mentorship projects with a PhD-Level committee member on CNM topics, with possible participation in conferences and publications. 

Please share this call with your psychology and psychology-adjacent academic and professional association networks, and let them know we’ll be accepting applications until 11:59pm PST July 11, 2022. 

Apply here: https://bit.ly/div44cnmcall 

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Dr. Elisabeth Sheff, PhD, CASA, CSE

One of a handful of global experts on polyamory and the foremost international expert on children in polyamorous families, Dr. Elisabeth Sheff has studied gender and
families of sexual minorities for the last 16 years. Sheff’s television appearances include CNN, and the National Geographic, and she has given more than 20 radio, podcast, print, and television interviews with sources from Radio Slovenia to National Public Radio, the Sunday London Times to the Boston Globe and Newsweek. By emphasizing research methodology and findings in her discussions, Dr. Sheff presents the kind of public intellectualism that encourages audience members to think critically regarding gender, sexualities, and families.

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