Learning Objectives

Using the Likert scale (1=strongly disagree, 2= somewhat disagree, 3= neutral, 4= somewhat agree, 5 = strongly agree), please indicate to the degree that you agree or disagree that the following learning objectives were met by presentation:

By the end of the session, participants are able to identify the most common relationship structures within non monogamies.

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* 1. By the end of the session, participants are able to identify the most common relationship structures within non monogamies.

By the end of the session, participants have an understanding of the historical, sociological, and political history of relationship structures within the United States.

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* 2. By the end of the session, participants have an understanding of the historical, sociological, and political history of relationship structures within the United States.

By the end of the session, participants recognize and critique myths and misconceptions of non-monogamies

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* 3. By the end of the session, participants recognize and critique myths and misconceptions of non-monogamies

By the end of the session, participants compare and contrast monogamy, non-monogamy, polyamory, and “The Rules” of behavior within relationships structures.

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* 4. By the end of the session, participants compare and contrast monogamy, non-monogamy, polyamory, and “The Rules” of behavior within relationships structures.

By the end of the session, participants define and recognize key terms, concepts, and definitions within non-monogamous relationship structures.

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* 5. By the end of the session, participants define and recognize key terms, concepts, and definitions within non-monogamous relationship structures.

By the end of the session, participants explore oppression, marginalization, and segregation within the poly community.

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* 6. By the end of the session, participants explore oppression, marginalization, and segregation within the poly community.

By the end of the session, participants explore the intersectionality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender variant/gender nonconforming communities with non-monogamy.

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* 7. By the end of the session, participants explore the intersectionality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender variant/gender nonconforming communities with non-monogamy.

By the end of the session, participants define, explore, and consider cultural humility, ethics, and the “therapist self.”

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* 8. By the end of the session, participants define, explore, and consider cultural humility, ethics, and the “therapist self.”

By the end of the session, participants learn 5 effective and affirming theories to employ with non-monogamous relationships; and, the psycho-social-bio-eco considerations with assessment and treatment planning within the communities.

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* 9. By the end of the session, participants learn 5 effective and affirming theories to employ with non-monogamous relationships; and, the psycho-social-bio-eco considerations with assessment and treatment planning within the communities.

By the end of the session, participants learn 10 effective techniques to use with clients who are questioning/exploring non-monogamous relationships and currently in non-monogamous relationships.

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* 10. By the end of the session, participants learn 10 effective techniques to use with clients who are questioning/exploring non-monogamous relationships and currently in non-monogamous relationships.

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