At MFTWNY, we understand that monogamy is not the only structure for a healthy relationship. Maybe you and your partner have been considering opening up your relationship, but you’re divided on whether it’s a good idea. Maybe you’ve been polyamorous for a while and are experiencing some growing pains. Or maybe you’re looking for help balancing the dynamics of your polycule (your web of relationships). Wherever you are in this process, MFTWNY’s therapists can help you build a relationship structure that works for all of you.
Ethical nonmonogamy is most successful when all partners share clear expectations, communicate openly, and are secure in their relationships. MFTWNY’s therapists have the training and experience to help you
- Decide whether to make the shift to consensual nonmonogamy;
- Envision and define what nonmonogamy should look like for you, and set clear boundaries and expectations;
- Strengthen and support your primary relationship, so you have a solid foundation to build on; and
- Navigate the complex dynamics of your intertwined relationships.