OVERCOMING Infertility!

Please join me on Wednesday, May 9 from 6:30 – 9:00 pm at the Cade Foundation Outreach Event in Landover, Maryland.  I will be participating for the second year in a row in this free educational seminar for families or individuals with infertility. The event will feature a panel presentation … Continue reading

Navigating IF: New Monthly Group for Couples

Navigating infertility and adoption can be a difficult journey for couples.  All you want is to add to your family, and it can be a challenge to keep your relationship on track given all of the stresses you both feel.  So here’s a proactive, positive step forward – join my … Continue reading

Seven Days of Thanksgiving: Thankful for BOTH, Thankful for AND

There’s no denying it — Thanksgiving is here. “Black Friday” deals have been advertised for the last week, grocery stores are crowded and picked over, and therapists write about the many benefits of gratitude. Some of us are excited, making holiday plans and looking forward to the coming season. Others … Continue reading

Overcoming the Emotional Stress of Infertility

Please join me on Wednesday, June 8th at the Cade Foundation Family Building Seminar in Landover, Md.  I will be leading a break-out session titled, “Overcoming the Emotional Stress Associated with Infertility and Childlessness.”  The panel presentation before my session includes a full range of experts on medical treatment, adoption, … Continue reading

Cindy Bare, MA.: Therapist Spotlight

Several years ago, Cindy Bare left a career in the legal industry to stay at home with her first child. But having experienced several episodes of intense grief in her life — including the death of a parent, a divorce, and infertility in her second marriage — she realized that … Continue reading

Helping Couples Cope With The Roller Coaster Ride of Infertility

Denny and Lisa Ceizyk of Oro Valley, Ariz., benefited from the encouragement of caring counselors, doctors and retreat leaders during their six-year journey through infertility. But the pain caused by one support group session still stands out. A counselor decided to include both primary and secondary infertility patients in the … Continue reading

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