Fertility Counselling 

Therapy is informed by Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness Based interventions to help clients adjust to the life changes and difficulties they are facing; to work through grief and loss; to manage their symptoms, improve wellbeing and enhance relationships/attachments and self-identity. Also offering therapy for people undergoing ICSI, IVF, Donor, Adoption and Oncology.

Therapy for women, men, couples and same sex couples struggling with:

  • Reproductive difficulties
  • Preparing for Pregnancy
  • Assisted-fertility or IVF
  • Fertility Related Stress
  • Treatment related decision making
  • Counselling for couples undergoing IVF with donated eggs or sperm
  • Unsuccessful IVF Cycle Counselling
  • Grief and infertility
  • Stress and infertility
  • Miscarriage
  • Pregnancy
  • Postnatal adjustment
  • Parent-infant attachment
  • Bereavement
  • Traumatic loss
  • Relationship difficulties

Our fees vary according to the assessments provided. Please contact the clinic for further information.

The Process Includes:

  • The type of therapy will be determined by the Psychologist at the assessment. A treatment plan and number of sessions will be discussed with the individual or couple following the assessment.

  • The Psychologist will give you work to do in-between the sessions

  • Appointments are 50 minutes in length.

  • Offering Implications Counselling for those going through assisted conception treatments involving the use of donor eggs, sperm or embryos.

Our Assessment Specialists 

Dr. Louise Jane Clarke


Dr Clarke has completed specialist fertility counselling intensive training through The British Infertility Counselling Association and is a member of the following:

  • An Executive Committee Member for The Irish Fertility Counselling Association 
  • The European Society of Human Reproductive and Embryology (ESHRE).

Contact Us

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