Abortion, Pregnancy Loss and Miscarriage

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Addressing your reproductive health concerns in therapy may look like addressing sexual difficulties that impact your ability to conceive, exploring decisions about how or when you want to become a parent, or finding fulfillment in living child free. You may also need space to address impacts of experiences with abortion, infertility, or surrogacy. Therapy provides you with space to understand your reproductive story and build confidence to make informed choices about your reproductive health.

— Jessica Byrd, Counselor in Tempe, AZ

I’m unapologetically abortion positive. You will never feel judged in my practice. I respect all choices and options related to reproductive health: the right to make a choice in reproductive health is primary. I’m an advocate for family size choice: whether you never have children, are ‘one and done’ or have made any other family size decisions- I am supportive and helpful in methods to handle ambivalence or frank resistance to your choices- either imposed by yourself or others in your life.

— Vanessa Gorelkin, Occupational Therapist in Scottsdale, AZ
 

The loss of a pregnancy is often an invisible and ambiguous loss. If you aren't sure where to turn to make sense of your feelings, please reach out today. I can help you reconnect with yourself and your body. You can find joy again and you are not alone. I am certified in Perinatal Mental Health and I have specialized training in infant loss. I am also a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist and can help you move forward from any trauma associated with your experience.

— Nicole Bolognini, Addictions Counselor in Succasunna, NJ

I have extensive training in pregnancy loss, abortion and miscarriages through Postpartum Support International. I have earned the Perinatal Mental Health Certificate. I have training in grief and loss. My intention is to walk alongside of you during this time and provide you a safe space to grieve your loss at your own pace.

— Katie LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
 

Loss can encompass many different experiences when it comes to pregnancy, fertility, adoption, being the partner of an expecting person, etc. These are complex experiences and I pride myself on working with clients around processing their individual stories; no one's grief or feelings can be duplicated.

— Jenny Shully, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Napa, CA

I have taken several trainings on pregnancy loss and miscarriage, as well as having personal experience. There is no "right" timeline for processing grief, whether that be recent or from years ago.

— Anna Maling, Therapist in Baltimore, MD
 

I offer individual, group, and couple support and counseling to those that have experienced the loss of pregnancy, miscarriage, stillbirth, or the death of a newborn. I offer compassion, kindnesses and an open heart to help you with your grief.

— Cathy Armstrong, Licensed Professional Counselor in Corpus Christi, TX

I have previous hospital experience working on a women's health floor and NICU working with individuals who have experienced miscarriage, pregnancy loss, and neonatal loss.

— Katie Souder, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
 

Helping women through the difficulties of grief and loss.

— Elizabeth Camargo Garcia, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Pasadena, CA

The loss of a child is heartbreaking. Learning to navigate the complex range of emotions felt can be daunting. I have helped thousands of women, men and couples through this process and while they learn to find hope and healing. Working in a Women's Hospital and NICU for over 15 years has provided me with the first hand knowledge of what parent(s) experience as a result of an infant loss. I will provide you with a guided framework for navigating these feelings and help you find hope healing.

— Dr. Shawna Haley, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Jacksonville, FL
 

I have participated in extensive postgraduate training in pregnancy loss and stillbirth.

— Lisa Malcolm, Counselor in Pullman, WA

I focus my treatment on pregnant women experiencing physical complications, anxiety, and/or depression. I am trained by Postpartum Support International for pregnancy and postpartum mental health.

— Shenne Bend, Counselor
 

Call us at 912-325-9855 or email us at hello@compassionatecounseling.sprucecare.com to schedule your complimentary phone consultation today!

— Tabria Corprew, Counselor in Pooler, GA

Perinatal loss is one of the most isolating griefs. We call it a "disenfranchised grief" as many times it is kept secret, isolating you from potential support. And even when others know, they may not know what to say to comfort you. When someone losses a grandparent, for example, there are cultural and religious rituals that bring closure. To further complicate, your partner may be grieving in a very different way. I consider it a privilege to hold space for your reproductive story.

— Abigail Burd, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in San Diego, CA
 

I have experience in supporting clients through infant loss, miscarriage, and pregnancy termination (for any reasons).

— Ann Ambrose, Social Worker in ,

I am a perinatal mental health trained provider, in the process of certification in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

— Amanda Davis-Scott, Licensed Professional Counselor