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Denver Infertility Support


After your infertility diagnosis, you may feel as if you are alone. You may find yourself going through a wide range of emotions throughout your fertility treatments. One day you may feel sad or depressed, but the next, you may feel angry or guilty. You may sense tension in your relationship, especially if you and your partner disagree about the emotional or financial cost of your infertility treatments.

All of these feelings are perfectly normal responses. However, if feelings of depression and despair become overwhelming, it may be time to see an infertility therapist.

Infertility Therapist in Denver

It may be helpful to make an appointment with an infertility therapist to help you deal with the feelings that come with the family-building journey. Infertility therapists can teach you ways to manage stress and cope with grief, as well as how to communicate with your partner more effectively.

The following infertility therapists in the Denver area are associated with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

  • Jennifer Harned Adams, Ph.D.
  • Lynn Blyth, Ph.D.
  • Alison Wilson, Ph.D.
  • Catherine Corbett, M.A.
  • Barbara Hyatt, L.C.S.W.
  • Joan Manheimer, Ph.D.

Infertility Therapy Session

Your infertility therapy session will depend on your therapist. Some therapists prefer one-on-one sessions, where you meet individually with your therapist. Others prefer couples counseling, so they can meet with you and your partner and discuss the relationship implications of infertility. Still others recommend group meetings, along with a mixture of the other two types of sessions.

At your session, your infertility therapist will encourage you to talk about the relationship, financial, and social strains that have arisen as a result of your infertility diagnosis and treatment. Your therapist will teach you ways to manage the stress, as well as how to cope with grief.

It is important for both partners to attend infertility counseling sessions, even if only one is undergoing treatment. Fertility treatments can feel very isolating, so it is important to build a unified foundation with your partner. Men in particular should be encouraged to attend, even if they are initially against doing so. This can give them a safe, non-judgmental environment in which to share their own fears and insecurities that come with the process. Having both partners attend will also give them opportunity to discuss ways to improve communication between them.