Fertility Counseling

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Fertility Counseling

Being diagnosed with a fertility issue – or going through infertility treatment – is a deeply emotional process. Couples going through IVF or other forms of fertility treatment have to deal with complex emotional, psychological, biological, pharmacological and family-related changes: all while maintaining hope, good health and a positive mindset to increase the chances of success.

Sage’s Fertility Counseling service provides the support needed to manage the emotional, psychological and family-related stresses that follow an infertility diagnosis or go with fertility treatment. Sage therapists work with the affected individual and their family to explore thoughts and feelings and develop strategies to stay emotionally and mentally healthy as the fertility journey unfolds. They also maintain a close liaison with the family’s fertility team to coordinate schedules and get ahead of challenges.

Who can benefit from it?

You might benefit from Sage’s Fertility Counseling service if you have had a recent diagnosis of infertility or are going through fertility treatment. Specific thoughts and feelings associated with a infertility diagnosis that might benefit from therapy include:

  • Persistent feelings of sadness, guilt, or worthlessness.
  • Feelings of social isolation and peer group disconnection.
  • Loss of interest in usual activities and relationships.
  • Depression.
  • Agitation and/or anxiety.
  • Mood swings.
  • Constant preoccupation with infertility.
  • Marital problems associated with the fear of infertility.
  • Difficulty with “scheduled” intercourse.
  • Difficulty concentrating and/or remembering.
  • Increased use of alcohol or drugs.
  • A change in appetite, weight, or sleep patterns.
  • Thoughts of suicide or death.
  • Spousal communication issues.
Ana Gomez Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Adolescent & Adults Specialist

Ana Gomez is a Spanish trained Clinical and Forensic Psychologist specialized in working with adolescent and adults with different mental health issues.

Private: Dr Charlotte Cousins Clinical Psychologist, Lead of Children & Adolescent Services and Perinatal & Couples Specialist

Dr. Charlotte Cousins is Clinical Psychologist from the UK with over ten years’ experience of working with children, teenagers, adults, and families.

Everyone deserves Our special care

How it works

We know it’s likely to have been a struggle to get this far, but we are with you every step of the way. Our process is simple – we work with you to develop a unique plan and provide the a level of support according to your needs, whilst ensuring measurable and sustainable outcomes.


Book an appointment by calling us on +971 4 575 5684 (or you can book online) and tell us what you are having difficulty with.


We offer availability with highly experienced therapists suited to your needs and book the appointment for you.


Meet the practitioner and begin the road to self-improvement. Have any concerns? Let us know so we can assist.


We always care about
your mental health

Our goal is to support individuals, couples, families and groups experiencing challenges with mental, behavioral or emotional wellbeing to overcome these challenges, learn new skills, and thrive at life.