Do you have doubts about your identity, your orientation or your relational preferences, and you would like to clarify your desires, your values or your objectives?
Do you lack the confidence to express your desires to open the relationship, for fear of causing pain or losing your partner?
Are you afraid of losing the attention, affection or intimacy of your main partner if you open your relationship to other people?
Do you feel jealousy, insecurity, fear of abandonment or comparison, and you don't know how to overcome them?
Do you want to explore other forms of relationships, such as openness as a couple, ethical non-monogamy, hierarchical, non-hierarchical polyamory, solo-poly, etc.?
Therapy for Open Relationships
To help you work off the beaten path
Or again, it is possible that you are very comfortable with your model or with your orientation but you want to be sure to find an empathetic and familiar therapist with relationships that go beyond the normative hetero-monogamous framework.
Our therapists can meet with you, individually or with a partner, to help you find emotional and sexual fulfillment that suits you!
To find out how a therapist at Le Divan bleu could approach the question of polyamory, click here.
Cohabitation (or not).
Long distance relationship.
At the Blue Divan, these expressions are unique paths to loving and living your intimate relationships.
Need help with polyamory?
Support to express your desires while navigating the fear of hurting, losing, or betraying your partners
Support in polyamorous challenges such as cohabitation, coming out, time management, and sexuality
Deep understanding of each partner’s needs
Support in the face of jealousy, insecurity, fear of abandonment, or comparison
Help establish clear rules, boundaries, and agreements with your partner(s)
Resources and advice for open relationships, swinging, and unconventional orientations
Managing the practical, emotional, and ethical aspects of unconventional relationships
Helps manage conflicts, breakups, and transitions
Support in discovering and defining your own relational values