Three things mono therapists get wrong about polyamorous breakups

Claire Louise Travers is a humanitarian by profession. She’s implemented humanitarian response initiatives in over 20 countries. She’s worked with the United Nations as well as other international non-governmental organisations and think tanks. She has an honours degree in the philosophy of ideas from the university of Cardiff in Wales, a double masters from universities …

Why podcasts are a powerful tool for marketing a coaching practice

You’re listening to this show because you want to make an impact in your clients’ lives. Part of making an impact is learning about different kinds of sexuality, gender and relationship diversity. What are your clients going through that you may know very little about? Another part of making an impact is making money. It’s …

How to get your clients to open up

How should relationship coaches use narrative therapy in their coaching rooms? What tips does a filmmaker have about seeing beyond the clients’ story? Alex is a Mindful Intimacy Catalyst, merging the science of Storytelling and the spirituality of Quantum Physics to reach transcendental orgasmic states. “After 10 years in Filmmaking & Advertising, now I work …

What relationship coaches miss about men who cross-dress

Some 2,8% of men have cross-dressed. That’s around in man in 35. Why do men do it? How are their partners affected? Savannah Hauk is this week’s guest. She’s an Author, TEDx Speaker and cross-dressing activist. She talks about what relationship coaches need to know to support guys who cross-dress. Originally from the Detroit area, …

What you need to know about sexual shame and open relationships

How do we normalise talking about sex with our friends and with our clients in our coaching rooms? To answer that we have to ask: what stops us from speaking about sex in the first place. This week’s guest is Dr Rhoda Lipscomb, the author of a book about sexual shame called No More Hiding. …

The most impactful coaching question

Suzannah Weiss is a sex and relationship coach. She was in a monogamous long-distance relationship for three years, but she found herself constantly drawn to new sexual experiences. She wrote about it in an article for the website Hello Giggles, which you can read here. (I recommend the website, by the way. It’s really excellent) …

Welcome to The Relationship Coach Show and Community

Whether you’re a relationship coach or not, you’re dealing with people in relationships. Those relationships are coloured by our gender, sexuality and relationship orientation and expression. This is the first podcast that gives relationship coaches, clinicians, therapists, psychologists, social workers and other kinds of counsellors the information and knowledge you need to support your clients. …

How to make your room safer for marginalised communities

It’s always awkward asking Black people to talk to White people about race. That’s why I’m doing it — so you don’t have to! In this episode of The Relationship Coach Show, Zayna talks us through how to use the idea of intersectionality to create empathy with clients who may be different from us. And …