Polyamorous &

Open Relationship


An inclusive space for individuals, partners, metamours, and polycules to navigate the complexities of ethical non-monogamy.

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Empowering Poly & Open Relationships


The World of Ethical Non-Monogamy

Ethical non-monogamy is a rich mosaic of relationship styles, each distinct in its form and essence. From the deep emotional bonds of polyamory to the exploratory nature of open relationships, the dynamic world of swinging, or the freedom of relationship anarchy, recognizing and embracing your particular style is crucial for a rewarding journey.

In polyamory, you engage in intimate, emotional, and often romantic relationships with more than one person. It’s about forming deep, meaningful connections where openness and honesty are key.

Open Relationships
Open relationships typically involve a primary partnership at their core, with the freedom to pursue external sexual encounters.

Swinging often involves couples who engage in sexual activities with other couples or individuals, usually within specific settings or contexts.

Relationship Anarchy
Relationship anarchy rejects typical relationship hierarchies and rules, allowing for complete freedom in forming and maintaining connections.

Frisco polyamorous and open relationship therapy provides a supportive environment to explore and understand your unique relationship dynamics, helps in developing effective communication skills, and provides strategies for managing challenges.

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Individual Therapy

Individual therapy can be a journey of personal discovery and growth, helping you understand your desires, boundaries, and emotions within the context of non-monogamy.

Frisco-based ethical non-monogamy therapy can help with identity exploration, address feelings of jealousy or insecurity, and strengthen your emotional resilience.

Find your voice and place within your relationships, ensuring that your personal needs and well-being are not overshadowed.

Couple’s Therapy

For couples exploring non-monogamy, therapy offers a unique opportunity to deepen your connection and enhance communication. It helps in navigating the complexities of opening up a relationship, setting boundaries, and understanding each other’s perspectives.

Therapy can assist in building trust, addressing any imbalances or concerns, and fostering a mutually supportive environment.

Whether you are new to non-monogamy or looking to resolve specific issues, Frisco open relationship therapy can provide the tools needed for a healthy, thriving relationship.

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Therapy for Polycules

In the dynamic structure of polycules, where multiple interconnected relationships exist, polyamory therapy serves as a vital tool for harmony and balance. It provides a forum for all members to voice their needs and concerns, fostering understanding and empathy among everyone involved.

Therapy can help in coordinating boundaries, expectations, and managing time and resources. It aids in resolving conflicts and ensures that each relationship within the polycule is respected and valued, maintaining a healthy ecosystem where every bond can flourish.

Frisco Polyamorous and Open Relationship Therapy FAQs

How does this work? Do we come together or do you see us individually?

In our therapy approach for non-monogamous relationships, we begin by meeting together, whether as a couple or a polycule, to establish a collective understanding and set the stage for our work. This initial group session allows everyone to voice their perspectives and concerns in a shared setting. Following this, I will meet with each of you individually. These one-on-one sessions are crucial for delving into personal feelings, experiences, and goals in a private and focused environment. After these individual sessions, we will reconvene as a group. This allows us to integrate the insights gained from individual exploration and collaboratively develop joint goals. This process ensures that the therapy is tailored to the wants and needs of everyone involved, respecting each person’s individuality while also nurturing the collective dynamics of the relationship.

Can Therapy Help Us Transition from Monogamy to Non-Monogamy?

Absolutely, therapy can be an invaluable resource when transitioning from a monogamous to a non-monogamous relationship.

This significant shift involves navigating new emotional landscapes, redefining boundaries, and establishing open lines of communication.

In therapy, you can explore your motivations, fears, and expectations for moving towards non-monogamy, ensuring this transition aligns with your values and relationship goals. It also provides a safe space to address any concerns or insecurities that arise during this transition.

Together with your therapist, you can develop strategies for managing potential challenges, such as jealousy or miscommunication, and build a solid foundation based on trust and mutual understanding.

Whether you are taking this step alone or with a partner, therapy can guide you through this transformative journey.

What Should I Expect in Non-Monogamous Relationship Therapy?

In non-monogamous couples therapy, you can expect a supportive and open environment that respects the unique dynamics of your relationship(s). The therapy sessions are designed to promote understanding, communication, and growth within your non-monogamous framework. Initially, we’ll focus on understanding the structure of your relationship, including each partner’s needs, boundaries, and expectations. We’ll explore the challenges you may be facing, such as managing jealousy, balancing time and attention among partners, or navigating changes in the relationship.

What if one partner wants an open relationship and the other does not?

When one partner desires monogamy while the other prefers a non-monogamous arrangement, it presents a complex and sensitive situation that requires careful navigation. In therapy, we provide a neutral and supportive space to explore these differing desires openly and respectfully. The goal is to understand each partner’s perspective, underlying feelings, and needs. We’ll discuss the reasons behind each partner’s preference, exploring their emotional implications and potential impacts on the relationship.

Therapy can help in identifying common ground and possible compromises, or in some cases, it might involve acknowledging and respecting fundamental differences. We work towards finding solutions that honor both partners’ needs and boundaries, whether it’s through negotiation, redefining the relationship structure, or finding other creative solutions. It’s important to approach these conversations with empathy, honesty, and a willingness to listen and understand each other’s viewpoints. The primary focus is on ensuring that both partners feel heard, valued, and that any decision made is consensual and mutually satisfying.

Polyamory Support and Resources in the Dallas Area

It can really difficult to find support for ethical non-monogamy and polyamory in the Dallas Fort Worth area, often referred to as the “Bible Belt”.

Dallas Polyamory

Dallas Polyamory is a group of 4K+ members that primarily communicate via Facebook.  There are multiple subgroups, including Radical Rainbows, Geeks and Games, After Dark (Kink), Sisterhood, and Brothers of Non-Monogamy.

Polly-Affirming Therapists

Psychology Today and Inclusive Therapists both have lists of therapists in the Plano, Frisco, Allen, and McKinney areas that support ethical-nonmonogamy.  Or, you can schedule an appointment with us!

Poly-Friendly Healthcare

Dallas Polyamory maintains a list of poly-friendly professionals, including mental and physical healthcare professionals.  Some have sliding scales, making poly-friendly healthcare accessible to nearly everyone.

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Take the First Step

Frisco LGBTQ+ therapy: Your safe space for healing and growth in Frisco, Texas.

We see clients in-person and online from our Plano, Texas office.  Most of our clients come from Collin County and surrounding areas:

  • Allen
  • Celina
  • Dallas
  • Frisco
  • Lewisville
  • Little Elm
  • Lucas
  • McKinney
  • Murphy
  • Parker
  • Plano
  • Prinston
  • Prosper
  • Richardson
  • Southlake
  • The Colony

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