FREE Telephone Support Group - Managing Your STRESS During Infertility Treatments

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“ I work long hours, have some family problems, and am trying to work on our relationship…ALL on top of trying to get pregnant.!!   Is my stress causing my inability to conceive?” 

“ I’m afraid to try another IVF without getting my stress under control.  Are failed IVF cycles causing the stress, or stress causing the failed IVFs?”  

“ I have lots of friends who have huge anxiety and still manage to get pregnant.  My husband says I need therapy to reduce my stress in order to conceive.  Trying to get rid of my stress IS making me more crazy!”

ALL of us are too familiar with the stress that accompanies the infertility journey.  For some of us this tension makes our goals even more difficult to achieve.  We will be sharing our stress and will learn helpful strategies to diffuse and manage our worries and anxieties.  Join us for a FREE TELEPHONE SUPPORT session with others who are experiencing similar issues moving towards a successful pregnancy.  

WHEN:   Wednesday, April 24th      

TIME:     9:00 PM  to 10:00 PM,  Eastern time  

For further information and to register, please contact:

Emily Laitmon LCSW    (212) 988-2054, (914) 633-4224        

                 

EMily Laitmon LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in New Rochelle and NYC.  Areas of specialization include Women’s Issues, Couple Therapy, Relationships, and Infertility.  She has a daughter through IVF, and a son through Adoption.   She leads support groups and seminars for the American Fertility Association and private corporations, and has published numerous articles on related subjects.  She works with genetic counselors in NYC hospitals with pregnancy termination due to genetic abnormalities.

AFA Support Groups:

AFA conference call support groups provide a convenient way for you to take part in a supportive and educational group experience from the comfort of your home or work place.  These groups meet for one hour via conference call.  All groups are led by licensed mental health professionals with an expertise and often personal experience in infertility treatment and/or adoption.  

The mission of The American Fertility Association is to continue to provide the most comprehensive information on family building, particularly for people facing infertility. In addition to working with people trying to conceive or trying to adopt, The AFA is focusing on infertility prevention, male reproductive health, and outreach to the lesbian and gay community. They can be found online at TheAFA.org.