Call for Book Proposals Diverse Sexualities, Genders, and Relationships Series In collaboration with the publishers Rowman and Littlefield, Drs. Richard Sprott and Elisabeth Sheff invite you to submit book proposals for the Diverse Sexualities, Genders and Relationships Series. We seek books based on evidence-based approaches to understanding and serving diverse individuals, couples and families; cutting... Continue Reading →
Image: Smiling cartoon face with blue eyes Recently I coached a young scholar who needed some help with research, and they gave me their permission to post their sweet note of thanks 🙂 **************************************************** Dr. Sheff gave me clear, pragmatic next steps on how to get my project to the place I want it to... Continue Reading →
Denver dates coming right up, CE classes November 8 and 9 near downtown Denver — tickets at
I have the pleasure of working with the amazing Heather McPherson at the Sexual Health Alliance and her team of sex ed celebs — people like Tristan Taormino and Dr. David Ley — to provide continuing education for counselors and therapists. Our 2019 – 2020 cities are:
LA, Oct. 10 & 11 https://sexualhealthalliance.com/gc-lecture-series
Denver, Nov. 8 & 9 https://sexualhealthalliance.com/denver-aasect
Austin, Nov. 15 & 16 https://sexualhealthalliance.com/sw-lecture-series
Dallas, Dec. 6 & 7 https://sexualhealthalliance.com/dallas-lecture-series
More details to come for 2020 cities!
I am looking forward to a fruitful collaboration withRachel Needleand theModern Sex Therapy Institutes. On Friday September 27 I will present a webinar on Distinguishing “Sex Addiction” from Consensual NonMonogamy from noon to 1 pm, Eastern time.
Earn continuing education units with Dr. Eli Sheff and others in Los Angeles, Denver, Austin, Dallas, Seattle, and Chicago
Founders of Jujumama Love Academy and long-time polyamorous leaders Carl and Kenya Stevens gave me a great interview about the African roots of multiple partner relationships and how African Americans are doing polyamory today. Interview with Kenya and Carl Stevens K= Kenya C= Carl E= Eli E: How did you get involved in polyamory? K:... Continue Reading →
For several months now I have been a member of Franklin Veaux's accountability pod, designated to help Franklin through the process of dealing with the allegations of abuse. As part of my service to the pod, I analyzed the three narratives written by some of Franklin's ex-partners and posted online. That analysis appears below. It... Continue Reading →
Earlier today I was on the National Public Radio show 1A with a panel of folks including Janet Hardy, Crystal Farmer, and Ron Young. You can find the show on the podcast page at NPR, and the episode here. Image is of 1A written in white against black background with white lines extending horizontally from... Continue Reading →
Review of It’s OK Feelings, I Got You: Therapeutic Comic Drawing by Tikva Wolf First let me tell you that, as a non-artist, I was afraid of this book. While I can sing and dance, any other form of artistry simply eludes me. I never craft, and my handwriting is so bad sometimes even I... Continue Reading →