Erin C. Falvey-Hogue, PhD Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional
Karen Hall, PhD Clinical Psychologist specialists in infertility, pregnancy loss, and grief
Laura Carr, LMFT Therapist specializing in infertility
Katherine Ellis-Hernandez, PhD, Family Health Psychologist specializing in infertility, marriage, and family building
Daniel Singley, PhD, The Center for Men’s Excellence
Dr. Amy Balete, Psy.D. – Faith based licensed clinical psychologist, a mom, and an overcomer of infertility & loss.
Click here to visit RESOLVE’s website for a complete listing.
Gina Davis, MS, LCGC Advocate Reproductive Genetic Counseling
San Diego Cookies Infertility Support Group. Peer-led infertility support group that meets every other week on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM. The meetings are held around San Diego. Click Here to register for the group.
Click Here for a list of Southern California Infertility Support Groups.
FSMG is committed to providing the latest information on fertility care. We recommend the following websites to help you learn more about reproduction and fertility.
Mother to Baby California Information on medications, breastfeeding and more
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (asrm.org) is a resource for reproductive endocrinologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, urologists, and basic scientists who treat and investigate problems of fertility, sterility, and the physiology of reproduction. There are links to clinic locations and annual clinical outcomes as reported to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control). The website also offers information for patients on a variety of topics related to infertility.
The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (sart.org) is responsible for the collection and standardization of IVF patient outcomes (pregnancy) and other data. The data is reported by clinic site. The website also has patient information on a wide variety of infertility issues.
RESOLVE (resolve.org), is a national non-profit organization that for more than 20 years has assisted people facing infertility by providing information, support, and advocacy.
The American Fertility Association (theafa.org) is a national advocacy organization. They offer online information on a wide variety of subjects related to fertility and reproductive endocrinology issues. A monthly newsletter is published online.
The Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association (pcosupport.org) provides up-to-date educational resources that are available to women and girls with PCOS. It provides online discussion forums, periodical newsletters, stock publications, conferences and symposia, local chapters, and support groups.
The Endometriosis Association (endometriosisassn.org) is an organization for those with endometriosis. Its goal is to provide education, support, and research.
The North American Council on Adoptable Children (nacac.org) is committed to meeting the needs of waiting children and the families who adopt them. This association provides resources, information, and supports adoptive families and prospective adopters through their quarterly newsletter Adoptalk.
Livestrong Fertility (livestrong.org/we-can-help/fertility-services) is a national LIVESTRONG initiative dedicated to providing reproductive information, support, and hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility.
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