By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss one infertility perspective.
-Discuss two more infertility perspective.
-Discuss three psychotherapy for infertility clients.
-Explain five phases regarding trauma of infertility.
-Discuss four issues reegarding couples' resolution of an infertility diagnosis.
-Discuss four clinical implications for infertility.
-Describe four considerations in infertility.
-Describe five approach regarding psychotherapy from a reproductive story perspective.
-Discuss four issues regarding stress among couples starting fertility treatment.
-Discuss four dilemmas in fertility counseling.
-Discuss three parenting intentions among childless individuals.
-Discuss three mediation fertility treatment.
-Discuss expcetations in infertility transition.
-Explain five approaches regarding infertility counseling.
-Name the two traits that are necessary for growth in the Relational Model.
-Name three factors that were discussed that help in understanding the psychological impact of an infertility diagnosis in women.
-Explain what aspects of a client’s life can infertility impact.
-Explain what is the emotion is commonly expressed by females and by males regarding their infertility.
-Explain how many couples do the authors recommend limiting the sessions to for group infertility counseling.
-Explain how did Sue counseling have achieve her quality of life improved drastically by the end of treatment, although Sue did not conceive a child.
-Explain what is the effect of stress on infertility.
-Explain what are the ethical dilemmas an infertility therapist may face.
-Explain the percentages of women and men attending clinics were found to be in need of psychiatric help.
-Explain how might infertile men and women perceive their self in relation to their body.
-Explain the fear that many clients express, feeling overwhelmed by their infertility.
-Explain how does the Relational Model of Development propose women grow in a relationship.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychology CEUs, MFT CEUs