Counselling in infertility: individual, couple and group interventions.

  title={Counselling in infertility: individual, couple and group interventions.},
  author={Uschi Van den Broeck and Marysa Emery and Tewes H. Wischmann and Petra Thorn},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  volume={81 3},
OBJECTIVE Infertility is considered a biopsychosocial crisis and infertility counselling is recommended as an integral part of a multidisciplinary approach. This article will outline the theoretical background and describe common interventions used in infertility counselling for individuals, couples and in a group setting. METHODS This article summarizes the proceedings of the first campus workshop of the Special interest group of Psychology and Counselling of the European Society for Human… CONTINUE READING
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