Relationship Coaching

Hello folks! I offer relationship coaching for people in all relationship structures. Monogamy, monogamish, opening up, non-monogamy, polyamory and more. I also work with those from LDS/Mormon backgrounds.

Navigating alternative relationship structures like polyamory can be really challenging. It can also be really challenging to find a relationship coach that is on your side, can hold hope with you, and has personal and professional experience with non-monogamy. This is where I come in.

Relationship coaching with me offers an opportunity to tackle issues like:

  • Communication breakdown
  • Conflict management
  • Deciding to open up the relationship
  • Making good agreements
  • Repair work when agreements are broken
  • Creating the relationship structure you are wanting
  • Understanding unique roles and specific tasks in non-monogamy
  • Addressing jealousy
  • Blending families within non-monogamy
  • Deconstructing mono-normative culture
  • Destigmatizing non-monogamy

Relationship coaching is available online using a video conferencing platform. Have an issue you didn’t see above? Reach out for a free 15-minute consultation to determine if relationship coaching with me can help.


  • Relationship Coaching: $200 per hour

I want to make services as accessible as I can. Ask me about my sliding fee scale if needed. If you are interested in learning more about how relationship coaching could be helpful for your situation, contact me and schedule a free 15-minute consultation.

Coaching vs Therapy: What’s the Difference?

Relationship coaching takes a solution-focused and present/future oriented approach to problems. It does not treat mental health or involve therapy. It does not include an assessment for mental health diagnosis and therefore, is not covered by health insurance. Relationship coaching services are not meant to take the place of local mental health resources, support, or treatment if those services are necessary.


While relationship coaching can work in conjunction with individual therapy, the relationship coaching I offer is not a substitute for therapy and counselling.

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