Psychological Counselling

Infertile couples often have to go through distressing emotions like grieving a major loss somehow or the other. The grief can be deep and overwhelming sometimes. Infertility causes loss of dreams and hopes, loss of self-confidence, loss of control, loss of pregnancy, loss of privacy, and finally loss of a child.

These deprivations are real and no one can see except the couples who are going through it. Our psychological counselors know how it feels being isolated from social circle, family and friends and grieving alone. Couples also have complex problems related to social, biological, ethical, and financial issues. Patients don’t have to shy away from discussing these problems.

What to Expect in Psychological Counseling?


  • The whole session will be completely focused on your personal needs and help you work on your selves.
  • You may have different opinions and you can express your worries, vent anger, and grieve, and it is fully confidential. There is no one to judge you.
  • You are not the only infertile couple who have been through unexpected and turbulent emotions. But they have expressed the same and we provided the solutions that are best for them.
  • We can help you explore various treatment options as per your budget and your individual health.
  • You can consult with someone who understands different emotions a childless couple goes through and various technologies that can help.
  • We can suggest practical solutions to cope up with your stress of treatment and your health condition. 

Counselling Psychologist Has To Cure Physical And Mental Issues Along With Emotional Issues. Becoming A Counselling Psychologist Is Not Impossible But It May Be Hard To Achieve. You Have To Get A Master Degree And Have To Do Various Psychology Courses. Even, You Have To Attend The Seminar And Much More To Be A Counselling Psychologist.

Five Principles Of Counselling Are As Follow: • Non-maleficence: - It Says Not To Harm Clients. • Justice: - It Means To Do Act Fairly. • Fidelity: - It Shows The Trust And Relationship Between Clients And Counsellors. • Beneficence: - It Refers To The Counsellor Responsibility To Do Right And Good For The Client. • Respect For Autonomy: - Counsellor Must Respect The Decision Of The Client.

Counselling Is A Process To Guide And Assist The Clients Through A Trained Person That Is Known As A “Counsellor”. For Perfect Counselling, The Counsellor Must Be Fully Trained To Assist The Clients Properly. Here Are 4 Types Of Counselling: • Individual Counselling • Career Counselling • Educational Counselling • Relationship And Marriage Counselling