EP: 168

Dr. Joli Hamilton

Creating a Healthy Monogamous or Consensually Non-monogamous Life With Dr. Joli Hamilton

You can be in a relationship without settling for a boring life and sacrificing your desire for stability and depth of connection. Instead, there are ways to bring a creative approach to your relationship and life as a whole, resulting in years of love and happiness. 

Dr. Joli Hamilton is a relationship coach, research psychologist, TEDx speaker, and AASECT certified sex educator who coaches people and couples who color outside the lines, helping them create partnerships that are custom-built for their authentic selves. Joli is also the author of the best-selling book Project Relationship: The Entrepreneur’s Action Plan for Passionate, Sustainable Love

On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, Dr. Joli joins Katherine to share how to create a creatively monogamous or consensually non-monogamous life. She explains how to keep a healthy and trustworthy relationship and why a non-monogamous relationship can be a helpful option for people. Listen in for Dr. Joli’s insight on creating an enjoyable and sustainable relationship, whether it be monogamous or non-monogamous, and learn which option is best for you.


How Dr. Joli got into this field after going through a divorce herself

What Dr. Joli has learned from her personal experiences

Dr. Joli’s insight on marriage counseling

How flexibility in a relationship can be key for some people

The power in having self-trust in a relationship

How to have conversations that don’t drive you and your partner apart

Where people get stuck in an unconventional relationship

The research behind people with a non-monogamous lifestyle

Dr. Joli’s advice on transitioning to a creative relationship

How Dr. Joli defines success in a relationship


Joli Hamilton Website

Joli Hamilton on Facebook

Project Relationship: The Entrepreneur’s Action Plan for Passionate, Sustainable Love


The Center for Understanding in Conflict 

Miller Law Group 

Katherine on LinkedIn 

The New Yorker’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce by Katherine Miller 

Email katherine@miller-law.com 

Call (914) 862-7487