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Get 1-1 tailored emotional support with our Fertility Counselling Service. Our trained Fertility Counsellor can help you with a wide range of reproductive health-related issues, including infertility and recurrent miscarriage.

Next day appointment available
1-1 Online consultations
Confidential counselling
Talking therapies

Book a Fertility Counselling Session with Hertility

Our Fertility Counsellor, Emma, is here to support you no matter what you might be going through. We offer completely confidential, 1-1, online Fertility Counselling Sessions tailored to your needs.

Fertility Counselling Session

50 mins

Compassionate mental health support with a trained Fertility Counsellor. Get support on a wide wide range of reproductive health related issues and concerns, like infertility or recurrent miscarriage.

£85 or £21.25 x 4 interest-free payments

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  • 1-1, confidential, talking therapy session

  • Compassionate mental health support for reproductive health related issues

  • Relationship counselling

  • Fertility treatment related counselling

What is included:

  • 1-1, confidential, talking therapy session

  • Compassionate mental health support for reproductive health related issues

  • Relationship counselling

  • Fertility treatment related counselling

Meet Emma, your personal Fertility Counsellor

She can help you with:

  • Infertility
  • Postpartum depression
  • Recurrent miscarriage
  • Relationship counselling
  • PMS & PMDD
  • Reproductive health conditions

What is Fertility Counselling?

Fertility counselling is a safe space to explore the emotional aspects of fertility and reproductive health concerns. Professional mental health support can be incredibly beneficial for anyone—especially during a fertility journey, a time that can often be a constant emotional rollercoaster.

Emma, Hertility Fertility Counsellor

What can I talk to a Fertility Counsellor about?

No two reasons for seeking mental health support will be the same. Whatever you’re feeling, remember—it’s always valid. You can book a call to speak with Emma about anything related to your fertility and reproductive health that you may be struggling with emotionally.

Emotional support with a recent diagnosis

Emotional support with a recent diagnosis

Receiving news you weren’t expecting, or didn’t want to receive, can throw up a lot of difficult feelings. Emma can help you navigate the emotional impacts of being diagnosed with a reproductive health condition that may be impacting your fertility, including infertility diagnoses. 

Emotional impacts of fertility treatments

Emotional impacts of fertility treatments

Undergoing any fertility treatment can be  emotionally, physically and financially draining. Supportive fertility counselling can help decide if you’re in the right place emotionally to undergo treatment, or to work through any emotional hurdles you may face during treatment.

Seeking infertility counselling

Seeking infertility counselling

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with infertility, Emma can help you work through any of the difficult and painful emotions that this may have brought on for you, step-by-step. This can include finding resolution in a future that may look different from the one you imagined for yourself.

Dealing with miscarriage or termination

Dealing with miscarriage or termination

Any form of pregnancy loss, wanted or unwanted can be incredibly emotionally challenging. Counselling can help you understand, work through, process and accept any feelings of loss or grief that you may be facing.

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Got questions?

What does a Fertility Counsellor do?

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Fertility Counsellors are trained psychotherapists who specialise in the emotional aspects of fertility and reproductive health. Usually Fertility Counsellors use talking therapies to discuss what is on your mind and to help guide you to feelings of resolution.

Can counselling help infertility?

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Counselling can help with many of the difficult emotions that may arise from an infertility diagnosis, including building a picture for your future that may be very different to the one you imagined for yourself. For many people infertility can be a very difficult thing to go through, but you don’t have to cope with it alone.

Can my mental health impact my fertility?

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Stress, anxiety, depression and other common mental health concerns can negatively impact our bodies processes and have a negative knock-on effect on things which impact our wellbeing, such as our sleep, eating and exercising habits. Our hormones are sensitive to changes in our body and therefore the functioning of our reproductive hormones, menstrual cycles and ability to conceive can also be negatively impacted by these changes. It’s also very common to experience mental health challenges alongside fertility issues. If you’re struggling, we are here to help.

How is fertility counselling different from other forms of mental health counselling?

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Fertility counselling focuses specifically on any of the emotional aspects of a fertility journey, or anything else to do with your reproductive health. This can include how any symptoms or physical treatments or medications are impacting you emotionally. It could also include support with a recent diagnosis, support with fertility treatments such as IVF or egg freezing and support with miscarriage or infertility. However, everyone’s personal circumstances are different and our counsellors are qualified to offer a wide range of psychological support regardless of what is on your mind, or what you are going through.

What kinds of therapy do your counsellors use?

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Our counsellors use mostly talking therapy to discuss your personal situation and work through what’s on your mind.

How long will my session last?

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All of our counselling sessions last 50 minutes.

Do I need to prepare anything for my session?

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Your counsellor will have your notes and any results on hand, so you don’t need to prepare anything specific for your session. If you have never had any counselling before or used talking therapies, Mind is a great resource to understand what your appointment may involve.

Can I book more than one session?

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Yes of course, you can meet with our counsellor as many times as you like. We recommend that you book an initial consultation first and then discuss any further appointments with your counsellor directly.

Can my partner join the session?

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Of course, if you feel it would be beneficial to have your partner present in your session, our counsellors are trained in relationship counselling as well as helping individuals.

Can I have a face-to-face session?

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At present, we only offer online consultations. Although this might feel different if you’ve had face-to-face counselling before, online counselling allows you to talk to a counsellor from the comfort of your own home and reduce any commuting costs and time. It also allows our counsellors the ability to offer more appointments.

What happens after my session?

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After your session you can reach out to our counsellor if you would like to book any additional sessions. If appropriate your counsellor will send you a follow up list of resources.