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Navigating Jealousy in Non-Monogamy & Polyamory, with Rachel Wright

Jun 7th
12 AM - 1:30 AM

We will unpack the complex emotion (or set of emotions!) – jealousy.

Whether you're monogamous, polyamorous, or something in between, knowing what jealousy is and how to manage it is proven to lead to increased relationship success and overall personal happiness. We'll be going over:

  • What is Non-Monogamy?
  • What is Jealousy?
  • How to Identify Jealousy
  • Feeling Deprioritzed vs Jealousy
  • How to Cope with Jealousy
  • Action Steps (for those who want them)
  • Q&A and more!

We will unpack the complex emotion (or set of emotions!) – jealousy. You'll learn how to identify it, communicate about it, and how to cope with this emotional beast in your relationships.

Host Bio

Rachel Wright, MA, LMFT (she/her) is a distinguished psychotherapist and renowned speaker with expertise in modern relationships, mental health, and sex. Her mission is to help people live happier, healthier lives by providing insights and practical advice in a relatable and engaging way.

With a Master’s Degree in clinical psychology, Rachel has worked with thousands of clients worldwide, earning a reputation for her empathetic and humorous approach. Her message has resonated with audiences on stages across the globe, as well as on her podcast, The Wright Conversations - A Podcast About Sex, Relationships, & Mental Health. With over 45k downloads, the podcast has garnered widespread attention and featured interviews with experts in sex, relationships, mental health, and their intersections.

Rachel is also a seasoned educator and coach, having created the virtual workshop series What You Wish You Learned in School: Sex Ed and co-produced and hosted a show at Green Room 42 in NYC called “One Night Stand: A Night for Sexier & Healthier Broadway.” She was also SHAPE Magazine’s Sex + Relationships Coach and is currently one of mindbodygreen’s article review experts.

As a widely recognized mental health and relationship expert, Rachel has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times, PIX 11 (NYC), Women’s Health (online and print), Cosmopolitan (online and print) and NBC News Radio, among others. Rachel's personal touch, sense of humor, and deep empathy make her the perfect guide for anyone seeking to improve their mental health, relationships, and sexual well-being. When she's not working, you can probably find her in her pajamas, eating gluten-free food, and belting out show tunes. Connect with Rachel on Instagram @thewright_rachel or visit her website www.rachelwrightnyc.com to learn more