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:

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

* 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.

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

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

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

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

* 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.

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

* 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.

* 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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