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Infertility Therapy

For many couples, infertility is a significant challenge that can lead to various emotional, psychological, and relationship difficulties. At Behr Psychology, our qualified therapists and psychologists offer support to couples navigating infertility and IVF treatment, helping them address the underlying stressors and emotional toll infertility can impose.

Understanding the impact of infertility

The CDC data shows that approximately one in eight couples in the United States experience infertility. Infertility counseling is crucial for those struggling with the difficulty of conceiving, as it can offer helpful solutions to reduce stress, improve coping strategies, and enhance the couple’s relationship and overall well-being.

Infertility counseling: Addressing emotional distress and relationship tension

We understand that stigma and misconceptions can prevent couples from seeking help. Behr Psychology provides a safe and supportive environment where couples can explore feelings and develop coping strategies. Our counseling for infertility helps couples manage emotional distress, anxiety, and relationship tensions often exacerbated by infertility.

Why Infertility Therapy at Behr Psychology?

Behr Psychology offers convenient and compassionate services tailored to your needs. We address gender differences in coping with infertility, recognizing that women often experience higher levels of stress and emotional impact than men. Our therapy sessions aim to enhance communication, intimacy, and mutual support between partners.

Infertility counseling near me: Strengthen your bond and build resilience with Behr Psychology

Behr Psychology’s infertility therapy not only relieves emotional distress but also helps couples develop tools to build their connection, improve communication, and develop empathy for one another.

How do I get started with infertility counseling at Behr Psychology?

If you’re seeking infertility therapy near you, Behr Psychology offers in-person consultations at our Midtown West and Upper West Side offices and online sessions for those in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, South Carolina, and California. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and begin your journey to healing and resilience.

Myths About Infertility and Infertility Counseling:

Myth: If you just relax, you'll get pregnant sooner or later.

Fact: Relaxation alone is not a cure for infertility. While stress can impact fertility and a woman's ability to conceive, it is not the only cause of infertility. Various medical factors usually play a significant role.

Myth: Infertility counseling is only for women because infertility is always a woman's problem.

Fact: Infertility affects both women and men. About one-third of infertility cases are caused by male factors. Therefore, infertility counseling benefits both men and women, helping partners support each other through these challenges.

Myth: Infertility counseling is not effective and too expensive.

Fact: Counseling for infertility can help people and couples deal with emotional and relational issues, leading to improved mental health and relationship satisfaction. Infertility counseling is very costly and not worthwhile. Many couples consider infertility therapy a significant investment in their mental health and relationship well-being. In addition, there is a sliding scale payment option, making it more accessible.

Myth: We don't need counseling for infertility. Infertility only causes physical issues anyway.

Fact: Infertility and going through IFS therapy often lead to significant emotional distress, including anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges. Infertility therapy helps address these issues.

Our Team of Therapists

All of our therapists are relatable, authentic, and insightful clinicians who understand what it is like to be a patient. Yes, we provide therapy but we strive to understand who you are, not as a patient but as a whole person.

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