Fertility Counselling

Specialist fertility counsellors provide fertility counselling and professional emotional support to men and women who are effected by fertility and infertility problems. Talking to a counsellor can help get you through challenging times whether you are having difficulty conceiving or are going through an IVF treatment process. Couples may experience stress, tension, isolation and a range of mixed emotions as a result of fertility complications. Counselling can help couples to cope better together and plan for the future.

Fertility counselling can help support you through the following;

-Infertility
-Sub-fertility
-Secondary infertility
-Sexual problems & fertility
-Assisted fertility & IVF
-Natural fertility
-Grief & loss
-Stress management
-Relationships
-Illness & infertility
-Preparing for a baby
-Health & lifestyle changes

Orlagh also works with individuals who are hoping to improve their overall health and well-being in preparation for planning a baby.  She is available for both Fertility Counselling and Fertility Reflexology in Kildare.

Orlagh Gahan is an accredited IACP Counsellor & Psychotherapist who specialises in sexual problems. She has completed fertility counselling training with the British Infertility Counselling Association in the UK and is a member of the Irish Fertility Counsellors Association. Orlagh is also a registered Reflexologist with the National Register of Reflexologists with additional training in Reflexology for Fertility. To book an appointment click  – Book Online Now

 

Useful links for information, support and awareness

British Infertility Counsellors Association
BICA provide information, counselling support, awareness, education and training for infertility in the UK – www.bica.net

Donor Conception Network
National charity, providing information and support for people trying to conceive through donor treatment, and for families created in this way. www.dcnetwork.org/

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Association
UK’s independent regulator overseeing all fertility clinics in the UK and has essential information about fertility treatment and clinics.
www.hfea.gov.uk/fertility.html

Irish Fertility Counsellors Association
The Irish Fertility Counsellors Association promotes the highest fertility counselling practice standards and provides contact details of specialist counsellors on its website. www.fertilitycounsellors.ie

Irish Fertility Society 
The Irish fertility society encourages the study and treatment of infertility in Ireland. www.irishfertilitysociety.com

Endometriosis Association of Ireland
The Endometriosis Association of Ireland was formed in 1987, to provide information and support for women with endometriosis. www.endometriosis.ie

Fab Fertile Support Group – This group is to offer support and NATURAL solutions to better prepare the body for baby. Facebook.com\Fabfertilty  

Fertility Friends
Fertility Friends is the leading online infertility community in the UK, with members at every stage of infertility, adoption, parenting and moving on after fertility treatment. www.fertilityfriends.co.uk

Fertility Friend
Advanced ovulation calendar & fertility tracker, Analyse, understand and learn. Online and available via App.  www.fertilityfriend.com

Fertility Network
Leading UK national charity providing information, support and advice for anyone who has or has had fertility problems. www.fertilitynetworkuk.org

Miscarriage Association of Ireland.
The Miscarriage Association of Ireland is a charitable, voluntary organization set up to provide support to those who have experienced miscarriage. www.miscarriage.ie

National Infertility Support and Information Group Ireland
Irelands NISIG’s Vision is for those facing reproductive challenges to be supported, along with the families created through that support, in a society that is fully accepting of them. Support groups and peer to peer support. www.nisig.com