Experiencing infertility can be incredibly emotionally painful. Challenges with conceiving a child can cause stress and lead to anxiety and depression. A diagnosis of infertility can cause grief, emotional trauma and put strain on your relationships. Seeing a qualified mental health professional when you are struggling with infertility can be very helpful. Therapy can help couples deal with the anger or guilt they may be feeling and it can also help them to explore alternative options – like adoption or fertility treatments – in a safe space. If you are experiencing fertility challenges, reach out to one of TherapyDen’s infertility experts today.

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Infertility is so very hard, for so many reasons (expensive, time-consuming, hormonal side effects, not knowing if it will work, etc.). It is vital to have support from someone who understands the process and a space where you can sort through ALL your conflicting emotions. Fertility challenges can also be hard on relationships, where each partner is experiencing stress in very different ways. Therapy can help you learn how to lean on each other effectively, despite the different experiences.

— Linda Baggett, Psychologist in Manhattan Beach, CA

I have specialized training in Infertility Counseling. I have also experienced the trauma of primary and secondary infertility and the many emotions and difficulties that are connected to fertility issues.

— Jennifer Reynolds, Counselor in Lakewood, CO

I am a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, and Resolve. I have completed 1st training of the ASRM Mental Health Certificate. Additionally, I am an infertility warrior and have an intimate understanding of the emotional stress, anxiety, depression and suffering that you may be going through at this time. I use mindfulness skills, and introduce healthy coping skills to help build up your distress tolerance as well as cope with the losses you are currently experiencing.

— Katie LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I have a specialty in grief and loss and a certification in expressive arts, I have found ways to work with those facing infertility to help on the road to healing. I was trained by the American Society of Reproductive Medicine in Mental Health, have completed the County of San Diego adoption program. and work with those going through IVF, surrogacy or facing challenges around women's health.

— Michelle North, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Encinitas, CA

Feeling burnout and overwhelmed? Disconnected from your body? Second guessing every decision? I provide support to women experiencing infertility, navigating fertility treatments, exploring options for building their family, and making difficult reproductive decisions. We will work together to address feelings of anxiety, shame, grief, and disconnection so that you can feel more empowered to work towards your reproductive goals.

— Jessica Byrd, Counselor in Tempe, AZ

Counseling can provide vital support and give you the tools and information you need to thrive through this journey to parenthood rather than just wait and survive. With infertility, we often treat the physical factors and neglect the critically important mental and emotional factors needed to get pregnant. By treating the whole person, your chances of conceiving improve and the hardships of infertility are lessened.

— Alicia Ferris, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Olympia, WA

You’ve long dreamed about having a family, but so far, that dream feels out of reach. Many feel as if they are failing, in something that feels out of their control. Counseling can be a safe place, to validate & acknowledge the difficult challenges that you may be experiencing. Infertility feels like a lonely experience, but with the right professional to helpguide you through the process, you will not feel so alone anymore.

— Sherry Nafeh, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Beverly Hills, CA

Anyone who has struggled with infertility will say that this experience is filled with stress. The question many couples ask themselves is “when is the right time to seek couples counseling?” Usually, one or both partners are hurting, feeling confused, anxious, worried, and in general, emotionally overwhelmed. Infertility may lead to defensiveness and emotional distancing when partners find themselves unable to discuss their thoughts and feelings causing problems in their relationship.

— Filippo M. Forni, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Angeles, CA

We have a personal and professional understanding of fertility issues, specifically related to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Women who struggle with abortion, pregnancy loss, or miscarriage and women who may be journeying to conception, have a safe space here.

— Tia Conway, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in , NC

I have supported many women throughout their fertility journeys who have struggled with unexplained infertility, IUI, IVF, chemical pregnancies, miscarriage, endometriosis, PCOS and other trauma. I would love to help you process your own fertility path and offer tools that may be helpful to your journey.

— Kerri Bicskei, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Tampa, FL

I have specialized training in Infertility Counseling. I have also experienced the trauma of primary and secondary infertility and the many emotions and difficulties that are connected to fertility issues.

— Jennifer Reynolds, Counselor in Lakewood, CO