The Relationship Diversity Podcast celebrates and explores all aspects of relationship structure diversity from soloamory to monogamy to polyamory and everything in between because every relationship is as unique as you are.
Conversations with Karyn Wittmeyer about Non-Monogamy
Today’s episode is part of our Conversations series. I am just one voice in this relationship diversity movement. And it’s important to bring more unique perspectives into the conversation. Today will be talking with Karyn Wittmeyer, a Mental Health and Sex Therapist whose work focuses on non-monogamy. She brings almost a decade of experience into our discussion and offers valuable insight for anyone exploring this relationship structure.
A little about Karyn,
Licensed Mental Health Therapist and Sex Therapist , Karyn Wittmeyer runs a private practice therapy group. Her work focuses on nonmonogamous and queer individuals and relationships. She has been a part of the nonmonogamy community and participated in the research community for about a decade. She recently created a course for people hoping to deepen their relationship skills that brings all her experience together as someone who is nonmonogamous, who has built nonmonogamous community, and who has worked extensively with people in nonmonogamous relationships.
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