Polyamory day is November 23
The hosts of Our Better Half interviewed Dr. Eli about aging in polyamorous relationships and the Bonding Project
We are still accepting submissions for this books series on diverse gender, sexuality, and relationships!
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 edge reports of the latest empirical research on these topics; and current reports on trends in cultural and societal developments on the status and place of diverse sexualities, genders and relationships especially as they intersect with institutions such as education, law, healthcare, religion, and public policy. Books should include an awareness of the intersections of race, culture, social class, (dis)ability, and other factors that shape the social locations and life courses of sexual, gender and relationship minorities.
This series aims to provide sound and critical resources for the continuing education of professionals in counseling, marriage…
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Image: Color photo of three people who appear female, wearing backpacks and standing together outside on grassy hill with arms around each other. My colleague Dr. Justin Mogilski has collected a team of experts (including me, Dr. Eli) to study how people in polyamorous and other consensually nonmonogamous relationship mantain their multiple-partner relationships. So far... Continue Reading →
Image: Two people in a car, holding hands In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the Open Photo Project, a photo collection from Erika Kapin. Check it out at https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/202104/scenes-mundane-polyamorous-life.
Free image/jpeg, Resolution: 935x965, File size: 127Kb, Beautiful colorful gifts clipart If you are uninspired by gifting yet another pair of socks to your sex-positive loved one, then you have come to the right place! Presented here alphabetically are ten non-profit organizations that support causes near and dear to many polyamorists’ hearts. While not all of... Continue Reading →
There is still time to register and catch up on the one live session we have had so far in the year-long course on Consensual Non-Monogamy Certification for couselors and therapists!
In collaboration with the Sexual Health Alliance, Dr. Eli Sheff is teaching a year-long course for counselors and therapists wishing to specializing in serving clients in consensually non-monogamous (CNM) relationships. Students in this course will get rich content from industry experts, as well as lectures and discussion with Dr. Eli Sheff. Completion of the course provides 64 hours of continuing education through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT CEs* and CEUs) and Sexual Health Alliance certification as a CNM Professional.
Beginning on July 13, students can access online course content and ask the teacher, Dr. Eli Sheff, questions. For more information see https://sexualhealthalliance.com/certificate-in-cnm-year-long-program
The crew at Poly Dallas Millenium is hosting their fantastic conference online this year, and there are still two more days for people who wish to present to submit their proposals at polydallasmillennium.com . Presenters have to jump on this right away, though, because submissions close September 10.
Image: Flyer for Year Long Online Course In collaboration with the Sexual Health Alliance, Dr. Eli Sheff is teaching a year-long course for counselors and therapists wishing to specializing in serving clients in consensually non-monogamous (CNM) relationships. Students in this course will get rich content from industry experts, as well as lectures and discussion with... Continue Reading →
Image: Pastel colors fading into each other as background for information on course Registration is open for a year-long certification class for counselors and therapists who want to specialize in serving people in polyamorous and other consensually non-monogamous relationships. Beginning September 1, 2020 and ending August 2021, the class meets live online the first Tuesday... Continue Reading →