Image: Flaming heart with hetero-appearing couple silhouetted in front In my most recent blog on Psychology Today I explain how some people are monogamous by orientation This is the fourth blog in a series that I retrospectively titled In Defense of Monogamy.
Lexi Sylver at SDC interviewed me recently for their expert spotlight, check it out here https://www.sdc.com/group/non-monogamy/lexi-sylver-interviews-dr-eli-sheff-about-non-monogamy/ #polyamory #continuingeducation #therapy #sexeducation #counseling
In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the reasons why people in damaged relationships might not want to use polyamory to fix their broken relationship, what they might do instead, and the one caveat when polyamory can help an ailing relationships survive and even thrive. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201911/relationship-broken-add-more-people
Lydia Laurenson at the New Modality recently interviewed me about polyamorous parenting. You can find the interview here, and information about their New Modality's kickstarter campaign here. http://thenewmodality.com/polyamorous-parenting-interview-with-researcher-dr-eli-sheff/
Just the documentary, Speaking Frankly on NonMonogamy : https://www.cbsnews.com/video/cbsn-originals-presents-speaking-frankly-non-monogamy/ Longer news article with multiple videos: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/polyamory-relationships-not-just-one-big-orgy-stigma-of-consensual-non-monogamy-cbsn-originals/ Just my interview about children with CBS: https://www.cbsnews.com/video/children-of-polyamorous-relationships/
Image: A red heart with many blue or clear hearts behind it floating in a purplish space Recently Nikki Leigh at Ready for Love Radio interviewed me about polyamorous families with children. The show airs this coming Thursday night and you can find it as a podcast too! Check it out at http://www.readyforloveradio.com/polyfamilies/
This coming Friday and Saturday (10/11 & 12) I will be presenting continuing education workshops for counselors and therapists in Los Angeles, with my delightful and esteemed colleagues Tristan Taormino and Dr. David Ley. Hosted by the Sexual Health Alliance, these two days of workshops are AASECT accredited. More information below: Have you ever considered... Continue Reading →
This week I had the pleasure of presenting at the Lavender Law Conference in Philadelphia. As one of the few non-lawyers at the conference, I felt welcomed with open arms and learned a lot. The panels were incredibly useful and educational, and I learned very interesting things about sex workers, birth certificates, assisted reproductive technology,... Continue Reading →