Join three experienced therapists for a discussion of nonmonogamous relationships and the new book Polysecure: Attachment, Trauma and Consensual Nonmonogamy, out October 23 from Thorntree Press.
Jessica Fern is a psychotherapist, public speaker and trauma and relationship expert. She works with individuals, couples and people in multiple-partner relationships who no longer want to be limited by their reactive patterns, cultural conditioning, insecure attachment styles and past traumas, helping them to embody new possibilities in life and love.
Kate Kincaid, a licensed professional counselor and the co-creator of Southwest Love Fest, a conference on ethical non-monogamy, relationships, identity and community. Kate runs a group private practice that specializes in working with LGBTQ+ clients, people in ethically non-monogamous relationships and people seeking psychedelic integration therapy.
Nolan Lawless is a licensed professional counselor, sex educator, public speaker and polyamory advocate. He is a co-founder of Deconstructing Polyamory, through which he has presented across the US and Canada on alternative sexuality and alternative relationship models. Nolan serves as CEU Coordinator for Loving More, a national nonprofit organization for polyamory, and is a member of the APA Division 44 Task Force on Consensual Non-Monogamy. He is also the owner of Infinite Heart Coaching, which provides video conference coaching services to clients of diverse gender identities, sexual orientations and relationship dynamics.
This conversation will be moderated by Zach Budd, a self-proclaimed nerd, sex geek and consent junkie who has served on the board of Loving More and as an official advocate for the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom and led numerous courses on consent and polyamory.