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Polyamory / Non-Traditional Relationship Therapists

The term polyamory refers to the practice of consensual non-monogamy. People in polyamorous relationships generally hold the belief that all of one’s needs cannot be met by one person and that monogamy is a social construct that does not fit all people. Polyamory always means loving more than one person romantically, but that does not always mean sex. There are many unique issues involved in being polyamorous and it is important to find a therapist who is knowledgeable and understanding about these issues. A poly friendly therapist should be knowledgeable, accepting, and welcoming towards polyamory.

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Couples Resource Collective

  • Your Partner in Counseling

  • Non-profit group practice counseling organization
cat-icon 2050 Lyndell Terrace ste 130, Davis, CA, USA

Aubrey Grande-Strathdee

  • Trans and queer identified narrative therapist.

  • I enjoy working with individuals and couples/relationships of all kinds and specialize in supporting folks who are exploring their gender.
cat-icon 1611 S St Suite 201 Sacramento, CA 95811

Beth Laskosky, Marriage and Family Therapy, Trainee

  • I help humans cultivate grounded, emotionally intelligent, abundant lives.

cat-icon 3820 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA, USA

Joe Borders, MFT

  • A sex positive LGBTQ therapist

  • I specialize in working with couples, teens, addiction, and LGBTQ clients. I have offices in Roseville and Sacramento. Call for a free brief consult.

Tracy Papagiannis, LMFT

  • An empathetic, warm therapist with no judgement

  • Tracy is a licensed therapist with over a decade of experience providing therapy. Tracy specializes in anxiety, depression, sex therapy, LGBTQIA+,


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