Infertility Counseling & Patient Wellness
Fertility Counseling and Patient Support
Dealing with the emotional rollercoaster of fertility challenges can be incredibly daunting. At RGI, we have a compassionate mental health provider who offers supportive counseling to help you navigate this journey. These resources provide valuable tools to manage various emotions and difficult situations.
We also offer couples counseling services that prioritize fostering understanding between partners. This allows for mutual support and collaboration as you make important treatment and family-building decisions together.
To access our counseling services, you can request an appointment for an initial general counseling session or a follow-up appointment below. Our team is here to support you every step of the way.
Join Our Virtual Monthly Support Group
Hosted Every 2nd Tuesday at 6:00 pm
Our monthly online infertility support group, led by our compassionate mental health provider, Sarah Mullen, LMSW is a safe and empathetic space designed to offer solace, understanding, and guidance to individuals navigating the challenging journey of infertility. With a focus on holistic well-being, our sessions delve into crucial topics like stress management, grief, and loss, providing participants with valuable tools to navigate their emotions. Sarah's expertise in the realm of mental health ensures that you'll find a warm community where stories are shared, connections are forged, and healing begins.
Meet Our Mental Health Provider
Sarah Mullen, LMSW has a Bachelor’s Degree in Child and Family Development and a Master of Social Work Degree from The University of Akron. She has worked in the mental health field in a variety of settings and with a variety of populations.
Sarah has extensive experience working with women who have been in fertility treatment and in the perinatal postpartum stages. Sarah enjoys meeting clients and hearing their stories. Each case brings different perspectives and challenges. She appreciates this variety and loves supporting individuals and couples going through the journey of building families.
The treatment process is difficult and takes a toll on clients both physically and emotionally. Sarah understands this and is passionate about supporting them while they navigate the process of bringing children into their lives. Sarah is supervised by licensed clinical social worker, Devin Rabas, LCSW.