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Reproductive Mental Health

Struggling to get pregnant and/or experiencing a miscarriage can effect many different aspects of our lives. It can cause individuals to feel depressed, anxious, stressed, and effect their relationships. An individual’s perspective on life can and how one feels about themselves can be damaged. Most individual’s struggling with infertility often isolate themselves and feel as though they have no one to talk to. 


Infertility and miscarriage can cause many psychological symptoms, such as: 


  • Depression

  • Feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness

  • Anxiety

  • Mood swings and/or irritability

  • Social withdrawal

  • Loss of interest in pleasurable activities 

  • Marital difficulties

  • Stress

  • Difficulty with concentration and preoccupation with infertility


We understand what you are going through. At Rosewood Wellness Center, we specialize in reproductive mental health psychotherapy. Psychotherapy for infertility and miscarriage reduces symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. 


We also focus on therapy for surrogacy, fertility preservation, adoption, and donor egg/sperm/and embryo. 

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