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Old 08-09-2011, 12:41 AM
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Arrow What Should Psychologists Know About Polyamory?

What Should Psychologists Know About You?

We are a group of graduate students in clinical psychology going around asking people from unique groups what they think psychologists (and other mental health professionals) should know about them and their lives. This is good for us, because it makes us better practitioners, and it's good for you, because you have the opportunity to tell the mental health community whatever it is that you want us to know.

We would love to hear from polyamorous families. You probably won't be surprised to hear that we don't receive any formalized training in this area. So educate us! Send us your comments, stories, or other information at whatpsychologistsshouldknow@gmail.com. We will gather the emails we receive, then edit them to form a collection of quotes and stories which we will post on our website, http://whatpsychologistsshouldknow.blogspot.com/ Anything you send us will remain completely anonymous.

Thank you for taking the time to participate in this project, which we hope will benefit both the polyamorous community and the community of mental health practitioners. Please feel free to forward this message to other polyamorous families you know!
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