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As a therapist with ADHD, I take my own experiences and education to help clients find what works for them. I focus on how ADHD shows up for you. ADHD is so different in each individual, we work together to find what you need to work with your brain and not against it. 

How it can therapy can help

Going to therapy for polyamory and open relationships can offer several benefits that can enhance the overall quality of these relationship dynamics. Here are some reasons why therapy can be helpful:


1. Support and guidance: A therapist can provide a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and concerns related to polyamory and open relationships. Having a supportive professional to guide the process can be invaluable.


2. Navigating complex dynamics: Non-monogamous relationships can involve complex emotional dynamics, communication challenges, and issues around boundaries and consent. A therapist with experience in this area can offer strategies and tools to navigate these complexities effectively.


3. Improving communication: Effective communication is crucial in any relationship, but it becomes even more essential in polyamorous or open relationships where multiple partners are involved. A therapist can help individuals and partners enhance their communication skills and work through misunderstandings or conflicts.


4. Building trust and intimacy: Trust is a cornerstone of any relationship, and building and maintaining trust can be particularly challenging in non-monogamous relationships. Therapy can help partners address trust issues, build intimacy, and strengthen their connections with each other.


5. Processing emotions: Being in a polyamorous or open relationship can bring up a range of emotions, including jealousy, insecurity, fear, and guilt. Therapy offers a supportive environment for individuals to explore and process these emotions, understand their root causes, and develop healthier coping mechanisms.


6. Personal growth: Engaging in therapy for polyamory and open relationships can be a journey of self-discovery and personal growth. It can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves, their needs, desires, and boundaries, leading to greater self-awareness and self-acceptance.


Overall, therapy can provide valuable insights, tools, and support for individuals and partners navigating the challenges and rewards of polyamory and open relationships.

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