Individual therapy, also called counseling or psychotherapy, is a unique opportunity to address issues that are bothering you or that are keeping you from being successful in important areas of your life. Sessions are typically around 50 minutes in length and usually occur weekly or biweekly. We recommend that you meet with your therapist weekly at the beginning of treatment, and then space out sessions as you make progress on the goals that you and your therapist set together. Learn more about our therapists here and contact us to get started!
In couples therapy, you and your partner will meet with your therapist to address concerns that come up in your relationship. Common reasons couples seek therapy may include improving communication, learning new strategies to problem solve issues, identifying and changing problematic patterns of behavior, and increasing connection, trust, safety, and hope in your relationship. We recommend that you meet with your therapist weekly at the beginning of treatment, and then space out sessions as you make progress on the goals that you, your partner, and your therapist set together. Learn more about our therapists here and contact us to get started!
Current support group offerings:
Infertility: We are thrilled to collaborate with Hanabusa IVF to facilitate a monthly, virtual infertility support group that is open to participants anywhere in California. Click here to learn more and register for the next group.
We will be offering parenting classes soon! Please check back for more information!
Training & Consulting
We love helping other professionals improve their knowledge and skills to work more effectively with reproductive mental health issues, which can be nuanced and challenging. We work closely with stakeholders to customize our presentation content and structure to best meet our audience's needs. Topics include staff sensitivity and support, the emotional experience of fertility treatment, handling challenging patient interactions, the emotional experience of reproductive loss, and identifying and referring patients who may be experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Please contact us so we can help!