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Infertility Counseling

Approximately 11% of individuals of reproductive age experience infertility, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Despite being somewhat common, patients who encounter infertility can still experience relationship strain, sadness, worry, anger, and feelings of inadequacy or withdrawal. These symptoms can have serious adverse effects on the relationships between individuals, couples, and families.

Many couples and individuals find themselves feeling isolated and unprepared for the sadness, helplessness, and stress that can accompany infertility or fertility treatment. If you notice that infertility is affecting your relationships with friends, family, and loved ones in negative ways, we offer counselling for both individuals and couples to help you heal and reconnect.