When two individuals decide to start a family, the thought of becoming parents can be exciting, terrifying, and somewhat surreal. Once this decision has been made, the process of trying to conceive begins. Many couples struggle with fertility issues for a variety of reasons, which can cause: feelings of anger, sadness, frustration, embarrassment, hopelessness, envy of those who have children, distance from your partner, being less of a man or woman, and disappointment.
Managing fertility issues can cause anxiety, depression, obsessional thoughts, isolation, and stress on your relationship. I work with individuals and couples in the following ways:
If you are experiencing any of these thoughts or feelings, let’s work together towards a solution, while having the support that is necessary to feel good.
Diplomate, Academy of Cognitive Therapy
Tiffany Kallhovd is a Diplomate in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help patients who are struggling with fertility.
Tiffany provides an empathetic and supportive environment to explore the difficulties that come with infertility. She focuses on challenging the negative thoughts and behaviors that prevent people from living happy and productive lives while navigating family planning.
Tiffany specializes in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and bereavement from miscarriage, pregnancy termination and selective reduction.