About the Workshop

Relationships are hard, and for those of us who don’t follow the traditional monogamous model it can be isolating and disconnecting.  We struggle with where we can go for support and how to find good resources for problems that are unique to non monogamous people.  Where can you turn to have a non judgmental and open discussion around the struggles of your relationships?  How do you find the support to improve your communications in intimate relationships?  
 

Anything But Monogamy was formed for this very reason.  We offer an 8 weeks course that is focused on the problems and issues facing people who identify as non monogamous.  This course will focus on improving communication, intimacy, and sex while navigating the specific challenges for non monogamous people.  You will learn how to set healthy boundaries, communicate effectively, resolve conflicts, create relationship agreements and connect better to your partner(s).  

Meet Your Facilitators

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Jennifer Cawelti

Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT

Jennifer is a certified Breakthrough Parenting Instructor and have a focus on helping parents and children improve their relationships and communications. Using this training I have learned to help parents and children stay connected on all levels while they deal with new life changes they are facing.

I work with families going through divorce: adults, children, adolescents and families. I act as a coach and mentor to help everyone deal with the fall out from the divorce. I believe that families can survive and thrive after divorce.

Jamie
Cawelti

Jamie has been actively practicing polyamory since 2015. She also identifies as queer, sex positive, and kinky with a love of shibari/rope bondage. She is the Executive Director of Sex Positive World.

She leads discussion groups and classes on relationships of all sizes, orientations, and dynamics.

Her background is in communications, video production, and non-profit work.

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EQUITY AND INCLUSION ARE IMPORTANT TO US

We acknowledge that money can be a barrier for some when it comes to therapy and emotional support, we are offering limited scholarships to help.

 

If you are interested in attending and money would prevent you from joining please send an email to Jamie@GivenConsent.org to inquire about scholarship opportunities. 

Scholarship priority will go to those that identify as

Black, Indigenous, a person of color (BIPOC); or transgender, gender-variant, or intersex (TGI - this includes anyone who doesn't identify as cisgender).