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Coping with infertility is stressful; learn why some fertility treatments may cause more mood symptoms than others, and tips to help you cope through the fertility treatment process.
Mood Stability While Facing Infertility
Fertility treatments and high risk pregnancy – Wed. 1-2pm ET: 866-451-1451 call us live w/host Dr. Carly Snyder. Listen@ http://boldbravemedia.com/shows/md-for-moms/ or download as a podcast on iTunes
Pamela Hirsch and Allison Kasirer discuss fertility concerns and trying to conceive with host Dr Carly Snyder on her radio show / podcast MD for Moms.
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This week on MD for Moms, I'll be interviewing Anne Malavé, Ph.D. about family expansion in the face of fertility struggles. The show, entitled Family Formation, Fertility and Fitting In will address the options available to couples to have children, potential barriers they may face in the process and ways to cope throughout the journey. Parenthood is not always a certain or an easy path, but this show will help by discussing the options in a clear, targeted but empathetic way.
Learn more about my guest, Dr. Anne Malavé:
Anne Malavé, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in full time private practice at Columbus Circle in Midtown North, Manhattan, NYC, and part-time private practice in Dutchess County NY, whose main area of special interest covers the range of experiences of people with fertility challenges who are trying to build their families. She works with (but not limited to) heterosexual and LGBTQ individuals, couples, and small groups in (in)fertility, adoption, and third party reproduction, providing psychotherapy, support groups, and inter-country adoption and third-party consultations, and evaluations. Current support group offerings focus on infertility, pre and post donor egg pregnancy, and adoption.
Dr. Malavé is actively involved in the professional communities associated with her areas of expertise. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Mental Health Professional Group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine; she is a current Professional Support Group Leader in RESOLVE, The National Infertility Association, where she has also served as Past Chair of the National Support Group Oversight Committee; in the The Adoptive Parents Committee she is a Parenting Group Leader, Adoptalk advice columnist, and Past Board Member; as a Consultant she works at California Cryobank, the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine- New York, and Reproductive Specialists of New York; and at the William Alanson White Institute she is Faculty, Supervisor, and Graduate. Dr. Malavé regularly speaks and writes about fertility and adoption related topics, and she lectures and teaches nationally and internationally.
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(518) 789 0016">This week on MD for Moms, Dr Carly Snyder and Dr. Anne F. Malavé discuss Family Formation, Fertility and Fitting In: what makes a family, what options exist for family expansion and what are the best coping strategies when parenthood seems out of reach? All these questions will be answered and more - so be sure to listen!
This week on MD for Moms, Dr Carly Snyder and Dr. Anne F. Malavé discuss Family Formation, Fertility and Fitting In: what makes a family, what options exist for family expansion and what are the best coping strategies when parenthood seems out of reach? All these questions will be answered and more – so be sure to listen!
Having a baby in one’s forties is increasingly common. There are clear benefits that come with waiting to start a family, and many known medical risks. New data also suggests that waiting for baby confers an increased risk of depression during and after pregnancy.
Acupuncture has profound benefits for women and men facing infertility; it can boost rates of conception, minimize miscarriage risk and improve overall health in advance of and through pregnancy.
Acupuncture has been practiced for over 2,500 years to treat a myriad of illnesses and to improve overall health and wellness. Acupuncture basics, from what it is, to how it works and what it treats is explored.
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