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Continuing Education for Therapists with Dr. Tammy Nelson, Dr. Eli Sheff, Ken Haslam, and Jim Fleckenstein

The wonderful Dr. Tammy Nelson is offering continuing education units for therapists interested in monogamy and non-monogamy.

The New Monogamy – Finding Poly, Non-Exclusive and Open Relationships.
When It Works and When It Doesn’t.

 
Your purchase includes…
 
America’s expert on Redefining Your Monogamy, Dr. Tammy Nelson, as well as:
  • Original Research and Findings on Non-Exclusive Relationships with James R. Fleckenstein – one hour
  • Polyamory and Families with author Dr. Eli Sheff – one hour
  • Three AASECT CE accredited hours
  • And more!
BONUS
Two additional FREE hours of recordings featuring Ken Haslam and Scarlett Ross. Join the discussion about what it is like to be in an open relationship, hear their personal experiences as they share the challenges and the joys of their relationships.
Two free hours of course material, a handout, eBook, Create Your New Monogamy Agreement, by Dr. Tammy Nelson at NO extra charge!*
Download today and enjoy the recordings at your leisure. Click here:
*Bonus hours are not CE accredited
Helping create sustainable relationships and global relational change.
To learn more about my upcoming events, contact me or visit my website:
www.drtammynelson.com                        tammy@drtammynelson.com
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Let’s Talk Relationships Interviews Dr. Eli Sheff on Rebel Relationships

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Dr. Kelly and Chelsea at Let’s Talk Relationships interviewed me for their show and labeled it Rebel Relationships. Check out our conversation on different types of consensual non-monogamy, kinds of love, and dealing with the possible complexities of CNM relationships.

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Review of Mono/Poly Play

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Brian Reynolds’s new play Mono/Poly is a laugh-out-loud exploration of the shenanigans that ensue when two monogamous couples meet a polyamorous triad. This delightful and rousing play just opened at the Hudson Theater in Los Angeles, and I had the pleasure of seeing it twice and sitting on the panels after each performance.

 

Having attended many, many plays I am well aware of how painfully bad theater can be, and I must admit that I was a little bit nervous about sitting on the panels after the show. What would I say if it was terrible? To my absolute delight (and a little bit of relief), Mono/Poly was fantastic! Great dialog that was both witty and believable, a completely plausible and yet interesting plot, and incredible actors perfectly cast in their roles made the show an amusing and satisfying experience. I was sad to see it end and could definitely have watched a third act, which is a major statement for my ADHD-short-span-of-attention-for-entertainment self.

 

This was the first showing, and Reynolds is in talks with other theaters in the LA area who may host another performance of the production in a larger space. Let us all hope that those talks come to fruition with another staging of Mono/Poly sooner than later. If you get the chance to see this wonderful play, jump at it! I can’t wait to see it again — on Broadway.

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Accessible Multi-linking & Polyamory Virtual Con Still Accepting Panelist Submissions

 

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Good news for anyone who is interested in polyamory but find Cons inaccessible for a variety of reasons. The Accessible Multi-linking and Polyamory Virtual Con, is taking place November 3 – 5 at an Internet-capable screen near you. AMaP is a fully online con designed to be accessible to people who usually can’t make in-person cons.

 

 

If you want to, consider submitting a workshop or presentation proposal for the con. The theme this year is Silenced Voices, and organizers are inviting all to participate with a special emphasis on diversity and folks who do not traditionally have access to the cultural megaphone.

If you are interested, but not sure how running an online workshop can work, you can see our short example here.ww.polyamoryonpurpose.com

 

 

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8 Minutes with Dr. Eli on Empire Radio Show on Coaching

images.jpgIn a new interview with Empire Broadcasting Group’s radio show, the host asks about my coaching practice. We talk about both academic and relationship coaching. https://empireradionow.com/elisabeth-sheff-3-22-17-consultant/

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HER Interviews Dr. Eli Sheff

 

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In a new interview with HER Radio, Dr. Pamela Peeke interviews Dr. Eli Sheff on polyamorous families, legal issues facing polyamorists, age differences among polyamorous folks, and a preview of Dr. Sheff’s new findings from her fourth wave of data collection.

 

 

 

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Cheating in Consensual Non-Monogamous Relationships

 

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My newest Psychology Today post looks at cheating in polyamorous and other CNM relationships. You can find it here https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201608/cheating-and-consensual-non-monogamy

 

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