Infertility Counseling

The practice of infertility counseling delivered by mental health and medical professionals has become more sophisticated and widespread over the past decade.

Historically, the main role of mental health professionals in infertility clinics was to provide support for the crisis of infertility and carry out screening before treatment, and these roles continue to be important. More recently, however, MHPs have also been called upon to develop and evaluate interventions tailored to specific challenges.

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Infertility Counseling

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