Pregnancy loss can be an extremely painful time for individuals, couples, and families. Whether you have experienced pregnancy loss through miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal infant death, or pregnancy termination for medical or elective reasons, know that you are not alone; according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, anywhere from 10-25% of pregnancies will end in loss. Many individuals experience recurrent pregnancy losses, and the compounded disappointment can cause additional pain and stress on relationships.
You and your partner may experience feelings of sadness, isolation, and fear. Statistics report divorce rates ranging from 22-40% following a pregnancy loss, in part because couples often struggle with expressing their feelings about the loss, knowing how and when to talk about it, and how to move forward. We can provide a supportive environment to explore your emotions about the loss, improve your communication, heal, and reengage.