Communication for Thriving Poly and Other Sex Positive Relationships: Overcoming Communication Obstacles

7/19, 10 AM - 4 PM
Center for Sex and Culture in SF
$40 Early Registration thru July 4, $50 after that date 

Do you strive for deeper connections in your relationships….More fun in your play….Hotter sex? This 5-hour Playshop is designed to help you discover what gets in your way of having successful conversations. I will be presenting a fun, experiential and interactive Playshop where you will have the opportunity to find out what gets in the way of successful negotiations and respectful, connecting, and effective communication. Many of us struggle with doing it peacefully and successfully, even when we thought we were skilled communicators.

“Loved the integration of so many approaches and systems into a doable practice.“

“I found everything you did useful. Thank you! I would recommend this to others!”

“Of the few communication workshops I’ve done, you are the best listener. What a good model for us.“

contact Karen Haas at or call 707-494-2205. In the message give an email address where you can be sent a PayPal invoice.

Karen Haas, MA, is a caring, and light-hearted counselor and trainer whose major passion is helping others experience the love and connection that they deeply desire. She has brought her workshops to the public at both the International Non-Monogamy Conference in Berkeley and the Northwest Leather Conference in San Jose, has been personally involved in alternative relationship life-styles, including Non-Monogamy and Power Exchange for nearly two decades.

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