Counseling for Individuals and Couples
One of our goals at Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine is to provide sensitive care to the "whole person." We are unique among infertility programs in the Atlanta area in that we offer confidential, on-site counseling as an integral part of our program. Our counselors have expertise in treating infertility patients and are available during all phases of your care.
Counseling can be a helpful step in preparing for and during treatment. We know that positive support makes a difference for patients in infertility treatment.
- Coping with stress
- Communicating with your partner
- Emotional distress
- Crisis counseling
A counseling session may be scheduled through the Patient Care Coordinator.
Free Infertility & IVF Support Group for Patients of ACRM
ACRM offers a free weekly support group for our patients.
When - Wednesdays, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Where - ACRM's Perimeter Office
5909 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Suite 720
Atlanta, GA 30328
Who - For patients of Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine.
How - No need to RSVP or register for this group. Participate in this
support group as often as you like, whenever you want.
Maureen Martin, LCSW, LMFT facilitates the weekly support group meetings. Maureen is a psychotherapist both in private practice and at ACRM. She has over 30 years experience working with individuals, couples and families.
We at ACRM recognize that your experience through infertility care can help others while the journeys of others may help you.
"We know that positive support makes a difference for patients in infertility treatment." -Dr. Lisa Hasty, ACRM
Feel free to ask one of our staff members for more information!
Infertility Counseling Atlanta
Maureen Martin, LCSW, LMFT
Fertility Therapist Maureen Martin is a psychotherapist both in private practice and at ACRM. She has over 30 years experience working with individuals, couples and families. Maureen is especially interested in helping individuals and couples work on the emotional aspects of the journey to create a family unit. She has other specialties that also can dovetail with infertility issues such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse and grief. She deals with pregnancy loss issues and decisions about ethical and moral decision-making relating to infertility treatment options. Maureen is glad to be associated with an infertility practice that values treating all aspects of the patient's journey.