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Open relationships are relationships in which partners have agreed to be non-monogamous and have sexual or romantic relationships with other people. Open (or polyamorous) relationships can be rewarding, but they can also be sources of jealousy, self-doubt, anger, and miscommunication.

If you’re having trouble in an open relationship or are considering one, guidance from licensed therapists or counselors can go a long way. Relationship therapists are well-equipped to help you navigate the intricacies of open relationships, so you can feel more fulfilled in your relationships and be supportive and trusting with your partners.

Whether you are located in downtown Peachtree Corners, the suburbs of Peachtree Corners, other nearby places such as Johns Creek, Dunwoody, or anywhere else in Georgia, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Common Open Relationship Issues

Just like monogamous relationships, open relationships can be turbulent. Polyamorous relationships can create a variety of negative issues for you and your partner, including:

  • Jealousy
  • Self-doubt or low self-esteem
  • Pressure or coercion to enter into a non-monogamous relationship
  • Fear over sexual health and disease
  • Arguments or conflicts stemming from a lack of efficient communication
  • Lack of clear boundaries and limits on outside relationships
  • Honesty and trust issues
  • Uncertainty about the reasons for an open relationship

If you are feeling any of these issues that may happen with open relationships, check out licensed therapist Nicole O’Hare’s 10 tips to improve communication in your relationship.

A Better Open Relationship is Within Reach with Therapy

Relationship therapy can help you tremendously, enabling you to enjoy your relationships even more. Mental Health Match can help you find an experienced relationship therapist or counselor in your area. Start by browsing open relationship experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Explore the interaction of your personality, culture, relationships, environment, lived history, and desired future to best understand your struggles and identify pathways to recovery and/or greater wellbeing and resiliency.

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We will discuss everything and anything that you feel comfortable bringing into our session. The focus will be on past behaviors and patterns that have kept you from reaching happiness and satisfaction in your life. Together we will work on tools.

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My theoretical modality is centered on the principles of humanistic theory which provides a more holistic treatment approach building upon a person's skills and positive characteristics to help them attain personal fulfilment.

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Kim Zimmerman
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work through self-criticism, perfectionism, & shame; shift automatic reactions into mindful & intentional choices; help you cope with pain, loss, anxiety, & trauma; And more effectively ask for what you want while saying no to what you don't want.


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work through self-criticism, perfectionism, & shame; shift automatic reactions into mindful & intentional choices; help you cope with pain, loss, anxiety, & trauma; And more effectively ask for what you want while saying no to what you don't want.

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My goal is to provide a safe, authentic, and collaborative space for you to better understand yourself and your goals, determine what is working for you and what may not be, and for you to feel emboldened to approach life in new and meaningful ways!

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Help you feel more accepting of yourself when you make mistakes, quiet your harsh inner critic so you feel less anxiety and shame, and increase your confidence to speak up instead of people-pleasing.


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Together, we will:

Help you feel more accepting of yourself when you make mistakes, quiet your harsh inner critic so you feel less anxiety and shame, and increase your confidence to speak up instead of people-pleasing.

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We will work together to help you develop new, healthier habits so you feel like an upgraded version of yourself that is aligned with the person you want to be.

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