Infertility Therapists in Edmonton, AB

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Kirsten Harding
Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW, EMDR
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I bring empathy, warmth, and collaboration as a therapist and aim to create meaningful connections through the safe exploration of experiences shaping your life. I have worked extensively with anxiety, depression, trauma (including childhood trauma), sexual assault/abuse, grief/loss, relationship/family issues, stress, as well as chronic and acute health issues. I also have a heartfelt interest, and post-graduate training, in working with individuals and couples impacted by infertility and perinatal/postpartum mental health. I bring 15 years of experience and work with adults (individuals and couples), teens, and children (ages 5+).
(587) 206-9769
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Edmonton, AB T5H
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Vanessa J. Akello - Connect Psychotherapy
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RCSW, LCSW
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I also help individuals develop strategies to cope with anxiety, depression, trauma, infertility , grief, recent mental health diagnosis, breakup, postpartum, or parenting difficulties.
We desire healthy relationships and want to feel heard, understood, and accepted. We function at our best when our most important relationship is secure. Healing and hope begins here too. At Connect Psychotherapy, you will find a safe space to work on your most important issue. Together, we will identify your goals, and ways to cope and heal. I work with those who have experienced hurt in relationships; couples and families who are drifting apart, or have communication or infidelity issues, and those who are struggling to find their way back to when things were good.
(587) 606-0416
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Edmonton, AB T6R
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Caroline Andersen
Psychologist, MA, R Psych
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I work with individuals, couples and groups who are impacted by grief, loss, depression, anxiety and trauma/PTSD. I strive to work collaboratively with individuals to uncover their strengths, express their feelings and work to adjust to challenging circumstances. I have additional training in reproductive mental health specializing in: infertility , IUI's, IVF, 3rd party reproduction consultations, and surrogacy. I also work with individuals that have experienced miscarriage, a baby born still, any medical trauma/any type of birth trauma, PPA/PPD and NICU experiences.
(855) 715-6743
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Edmonton, AB T6K
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Terry Karpman
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I am a registered psychologist and work with individuals, couples and families. Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Are there challenges in your relationships? My specialty areas include marriage and couples counselling, interpersonal relationships, depression, anxiety, stress, parenting, grief and infertility . I will encourage you to recognize your own strengths and resources and empower you to take care of your own needs in a healthy way. You will gain a sense of self worth and personal growth as you work through different life experiences, transitions and challenges.
(587) 415-2711
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Edmonton, AB T5K
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Kirsten Harding
Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW, EMDR
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I bring empathy, warmth, and collaboration as a therapist and aim to create meaningful connections through the safe exploration of experiences shaping your life. I have worked extensively with anxiety, depression, trauma (including childhood trauma), sexual assault/abuse, grief/loss, relationship/family issues, stress, as well as chronic and acute health issues. I also have a heartfelt interest, and post-graduate training, in working with individuals and couples impacted by infertility and perinatal/postpartum mental health. I bring 15 years of experience and work with adults (individuals and couples).
(825) 251-6408
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Edmonton, AB T5H
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Chelsea Smyth
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
My name is Chelsea Smyth and I am the founder of Village Therapy. The pressure and expectations on mothers are at an all-time high, yet the traditional support system of the village no longer exists. I founded Village Therapy to help women navigate motherhood and to help them in building their village, so that they can shift from surviving to thriving. Whether you are pregnant, postpartum, or have experienced infertility or pregnancy loss, I want to help you on your journey to feeling well again. Village Therapy makes accessing counselling easy, by offering all of our sessions by telephone or live video chat.
(587) 858-5520
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Edmonton, AB T6G
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Rocky Mountain Wellness: Shayleen Rozon
Psychiatric Nurse, RPN, MHT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In addition to my general counselling practice, I have a special interest in supporting individuals and couples through the emotional and psychological stressors of infertility .
Are you feeling weighed down by anxiety, depression, stress, or addiction, and struggling to see a way forward? If you're experiencing difficult emotions or life circumstances, it's completely normal to feel overwhelmed or uncertain about what to do next. I can provide you with a confidential and compassionate space to explore your thoughts and feelings, and help you move towards a happier, more fulfilling life. I am committed to building a strong therapeutic relationship with individuals and couples, to help them navigate their struggles, identify their unique needs, and achieve their goals.
(587) 842-5679
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Edmonton, AB T5A
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Brenna McKerrall
Registered Provisional Psychologist, MACP, BA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have battled anxiety, depression, and the isolating world of infertility .
What I hear most from those who are struggling is that they desperately want change but they cannot see a clear path; they have been dealing with overwhelming symptoms for so long that suffering is part of their routine. Often this daily strain results in unhealthy coping mechanisms that compound the issues and amplify the symptoms. If this sounds like you, please know that you are not alone. Whether your suffering stems from relationship, parenting, interpersonal struggles, or unresolved past trauma, you have the capacity to heal, even when you feel that life is unbearable and change is out of reach.
(780) 719-5121
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Edmonton, AB T5A
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Connie Yeung
Counsellor, MA, CCC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Connie has a vast amount of experience in working with children, adolescents, adults, and parents in both non-profit organizations and private practice settings. She has a great interest in helping children and their families to reflect on their own abilities and strengths, to help them cope well with life’s challenges, and to promote resilience. With Connie’s personal experiences, she demonstrates compassion to help women who are going through infertility and miscarriage problems. Connie also establishes multicultural competence skills through working with clients from a range of ages and diverse backgrounds.
(587) 328-4955
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Edmonton, AB T5N
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Tracy Muth
Psychologist, PhD, RPsych
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
If you would like support with issues such as anxiety, depression, parenting, learning problems, relationship issues, medical issues including infertility , heart disease, cancer, grief and loss, or recovering from trauma, I can help you to identify aspects of your life that you want to manage.
I work collaboratively with my clients to help them create meaningful change in their lives and relationships. I am privileged to support my clients through life's struggles and help them realize their inner resources to cope with what comes their way.
(587) 801-0990
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Edmonton, AB T6E
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Summit Counselling Services
Psychologist, BA, MC, CAATP
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
Some of our areas of practice are trauma, performance/sports psych, depression, anxiety, stress, addiction, grief/loss, relationship conflict, eco-grief, infertility , prenatal and postpartum concerns, mood disorders, personality disorders, couples and family counselling and life transitions.
Whatever your are hoping to work on - we are here to help. Our team is just as unique as you are. Each therapist at Summit works in their own unique way, each specializing in different areas. Our aim is to provide the most effective individualized service for each client we see. We all have skills and resources to work through life's challenges, our goal is to help you find those within yourself. Together we will develop a plan to strategically address your areas of concern and create lasting positive change. Our role is to provide a safe, nonjudgemental space where you can explore ways to create positive life change.
(587) 318-6092
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Edmonton, AB T5N
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Catherine Forth
Psychologist, MC
Verified
Verified
Whether you want to address past experiences or build a different future for yourself, deciding to go to therapy can be a difficult step. It is important to me that I provide a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental space for you to explore whatever brings you to counselling. People are not “one size fits all” and I use a variety of therapies to meet my clients where they are at and help them achieve their goals. My interests lie in working with adults with a range of concerns including depression, anxiety, infertility , eco-grief, self-compassion, life transitions, relationships, and supporting survivors of trauma and sexual violence.
(587) 855-6583
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Edmonton, AB T6E
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Cora McLachlan
Psychologist, RPsych, RCAT, MC:AT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In particular, I'm drawn to helping those experiencing infertility or pregnancy loss.
It can be really hard to prioritize yourself, especially if you are a parent or caregiver. Caregivers need care, too, but many things can get in the way of this: lack of supports (systemic and personal), an individualistic culture, guilt and shame, lack of modelling (i.e. "how do I even do that?"), unresolved trauma & attachment issues, burnout & time poverty. I use traditional talk therapy and Sensorimotor (body-focused) Psychotherapy, Art Therapy & EMDR to help you slow down and attend to yourself. I believe that a joyful, creative life where you honour your own needs and deeply care for others at the same time is possible.
(587) 802-3728
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Edmonton, AB T6E
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Light's Hope Counselling & Wellness
Counsellor, MPCC, RPC, QCS, CCTP
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
With individuals we address: depression, anxiety, OCD, anger, postpartum depression, performance orientation, boundaries, shame-based & defensive personality disorders, physical/verbal/sexual abuse, grief, miscarriage & infertility , eating disorders & disordered eating, addiction, & divorce recovery.
I look forward to meeting with you & exploring the challenges you face today along with the supports & strengths you have developed. My aim is to create a hope-filled therapeutic environment; one of understanding & acceptance. In our work together we will explore the "enduring vulnerabilities" (unfinished business) that may be affecting your personal well-being & your emotional/relational health. I believe in nourishing the whole person: Body-Soul-Spirit (Mind-Will-Emotions) & I would be honored to work with you on your journey towards freedom. Chaz Wiebe, MPCC, RPC, Counselling Therapist, Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling, & Registered Professional Counsellor
(587) 200-9705
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Edmonton, AB T6C
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Matt Petrie - In Touch Psychology & Mediation
Psychologist, RPsych, MA QMed
Verified
Verified
Welcome. I serve those clients with a broad spectrum of challenges and issues, ranging from anxiety and depression to trauma and addictions as well as anger management and marital separation. I work closely with individuals, couples, groups, adolescents and adults. Many of my clients find the addition of hypnosis helpful in resolving issues related to depression, anxiety, weight management, infertility , smoking cessation and pain management. My goal as a therapist/mediator is to help you find your "balanced life". As a registered psychologist I assist my clients to find balance in their lives.
(587) 412-5051
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Edmonton, AB T6N
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Moonstone Fertility Wellness Support
Psychologist, MA
Are you: Feeling like having a baby has taken over your mind…and life? Ready to receive support that leaves you feeling lifted? Interested in learning new tools to restore balance/well-being, and increase chance of conceiving? Feeling isolated with your best friend being Dr. Google? If you've answered yes to these questions, we are here for you! We will help you thrive through the hardship of the (in)fertility journey, and will help you feel like yourself again.
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Edmonton, AB T5A
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Christine Ann Chaffey Counselling Therapist
Counsellor, MC, CCC, CT, CGRS
Verified
Verified
“A different therapy must be constructed for each client because each has a unique story.” – Irvin D. Yalom. I believe everybody’s story deserves to be heard, and we all have the intrinsic capacity to heal and change. Your presenting concern is as unique as your fingerprint influencing thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Our connections between yesterday and today are roots to be used as foundations to explore new possibilities, personal growth, wisdom and a deeper appreciation of self and others.
(587) 602-2958
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Edmonton, AB T6E
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Linda McFalls
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhDc, LCSW, RSW
Verified
Verified
It isn’t necessary to stay stuck (or alone) in painful situations or challenging circumstances. Therapy/counselling provides an opportunity to uncover and discover new understandings, strengths and resiliencies in self (and others). Therapy provides a safe space to develop action plans to explore difficult life, or work transitions including separation, divorce, and job and career changes. Therapy also provides a safe space to explore and develop skills in managing mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, OCD, ODD, etc. No problem is too big for therapy.
(587) 412-5239
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Edmonton, AB T6E
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Tasnim Hasan
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, BSW, RSW
Verified
Verified
Whether it's mental health or neurodivergency, relationship challenges or family conflicts that are adding to your struggles, I can be of therapeutic support to you. My hope is to help you begin to fill your cup before spilling out, or gently wipe up the mess if it already has. I'll provide you the education to understand why you're feeling the way you do and a safe space to express it. I also support you to communicate with those in your life who are struggling to understand how to help. In working with me, you'll finally let out a breath that's been stuck in your chest for far too long.
(587) 415-0591
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Edmonton, AB T6X
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Dr. Jill Turner
Psychologist, PhD, R Psych
Verified
Verified
I have had the privilege of working as a psychologist for over 20 years. I specialize in helping people with illness (like cancer), health concerns, depression, anxiety, adjustment, grief/loss/bereavement, life transitions and changes, and sexual health concerns.
(825) 254-5807
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Edmonton, AB T6E
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Infertility Counsellors

How can infertility affect couples and their relationship?

Clients who are dealing with infertility may experience conflict and communication problems. It’s not unusual for shame, blame, and guilt to arise in cases of infertility, whether the source of the problem is one partner or both. This means that clients are upset and pulling away from their partner just when they need them the most. Some clients may find it difficult to spend time around friends and family who are pregnant. Friends and family can also make hurtful comments that increase tension during this time.

How does therapy for infertility issues work?

The therapist will begin by gathering information about the client or couple and make a treatment plan for their specific concerns. In addition to addressing common mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, and trauma reactions or PTSD, therapists can help clients improve their decision-making and deal with stressors unique to infertility. Some examples include coping with the “two-week wait” before a pregnancy test, the distress associated with a failed attempt or miscarriage, and the shame and blame sometimes associated with reproductive concerns.

What type of therapy is best for infertility issues?

Many therapists offer psychotherapy for individuals and couples who are dealing with infertility issues. Some helpful therapeutic approaches include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), which can aid clients in reframing negative thoughts about their situation. Expressive writing and art therapy can help clients process difficult feelings. Clients might also benefit from group therapy to experience support from others who are dealing with the same problems.

How long does therapy for infertility issues take?

There is no set length for therapy that addresses infertility or reproductive concerns. Some clients might find it helpful to continue therapy during their pregnancy to have healthy ways to cope with any associated stress, anxiety, depression, or trauma. Some clients who decide not to pursue fertility treatments might benefit from the support of a therapist. The duration of therapy varies depending on the individual client’s specific needs and goals.