Sandy Peace, PsyD, is a California licensed psychologist in private practice. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, CA where she focused on multicultural diversity. She is a trained sex educator, speaker, and researcher with expertise working with LGBTQ+ and Polyamorous clients. Dr. Peace provides trainings for mental health professionals on working with polyamorous clients, facilitates polyamory support and discussion groups, and presented her doctoral dissertation research – “Toward a Model of Polyamorous Identity Development” – at the first International Academic Polyamory Conference at U.C. Berkeley in 2012. She has appeared on radio shows, given commencement speeches, sat on sex information panels, served as a liaison to university Pride Centers, and presented keynote addresses at Pride Month celebrations. Dr. Peace is a community organizer in the bisexual and polyamorous communities in Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, and the San Francisco Bay Area.