top of page

Working with non monogamous clients

Get a certificate by completing the program.
Everyone who has completed all steps in the program will get a badge.


Delve into understanding the unique needs of non-monogamous individuals and acquire practical strategies for effective therapy. Expand your skills, improve client outcomes, and make a positive impact. Designed for both trainee and qualified counsellors, this course delves into various aspects of non-monogamous relationships. Explore different relationship types, challenge assumptions and stigmas, and learn to address common client themes with empathy. Gain insights into intersectionality and develop effective ways of working with clients. The self-paced course features text-based content, reflection questions, quizzes for certification, and feedback questionnaires to enhance your confidence and skills in supporting clients in a non-monogamous context. Sections covered: Types of relationships that fall under the non-monogamy (multiamory) umbrella Challenging assumptions, stigmas, and myths Themes in the work Intersectionality Ways of working with clients Takeaways 4 hours of informal CPD logging for most Professional Membership Bodies. The "badge" for starting and completing the course is an online profile badge. All membership data is stored on Wix. Check their privacy policy for details -


Already a participant? Log in

About the author

Photo of Emily Duffy. A cis white woman with strawberry blonde hair.

I am Emily Duffy, a private practice therapist in the UK. I use an integrative pluralistic model to therapy, with the core conditions of person centered work at my core, and following Egan's Skilled Helper model in therapeutic relationship and structure. From here I then layer on tools, techniques, and learnings from other approaches to suit my clients preferences and what they bring to sessions.


I have a full practice offering one to one sessions via video or phone call. Majority of my work is around Identity, how we relate to ourself, and then how we relate to those around us. Generally speaking, my clients tend to be queer, trans, neurodivergent, chronically ill, and/or non-monogamous. I have both professional and lived experience in most of these areas and want to share what I have learned through my practice so far to help other therapists along their way and subsequently helping clients in these minorities to feel affirmed and supported.


I also have practical experience delivering workshops from working in Education for nearly 10 years. These workshops ranged from Safeguarding training to tutors, to mindfulness & mental health drop in sessions, to time management workshops for sixth form students.

Please contact me at with any queries

bottom of page