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Presented by: Carise Rotach-Beard, MA, LMFT
In this workshop, participants will deepen their understanding of jealousy within the context of attachment theory. We will examine the difference between core emotions and surface level emotions as they relate to processing feelings of jealousy within polyamorous relationships. Practitioners will learn how to empower clients to speak about jealousy rather than resorting to destructive defense mechanisms.
Carise Rotach-Beard is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) specializing in sexuality and relationships. She has five years of experience working with polyamory, kink, queer, and LGBTQA-specific dynamics. She also specializes in helping individuals reclaim sexuality following religious/spiritual abuse. As a special interest, she offers public education on a variety the topics including polyamory, body image and sexuality, overcoming purity culture and sex-negativity, feminism and BDSM, gender inclusivity and awareness, and un-learning jealousy.
Participants can expect to walk away from this event with concrete communication tools to facilitate clients’ process of feelings of jealousy. Participants will learn how to incorporate mindfulness exercises to help their clients navigate jealousy openly and assertively. Participants will develop a broader understanding of terminology and construct of polyamorous/non-monogamous relationships.
Requests must be made in writing. Refunds will be given on requests received 10 days prior to the training event. A 20% administrative fee per person will be deducted from all cancellations. No refunds will be given if received less than 10 days prior to the event, but registrants can transfer their registration to another person.
St. Mary’s University – Brother Louis Hall (Alumni Room)
2304 Park Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55404