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Coping with uncertainty when trying to conceive

Sarah Banks
Fertility Coach and Mentor, Sarah Banks Coaching

Category:
Emotions and Support

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From this video you will find out:
  • Is it normal to feel sad, worried, angry, hopeful, jealous?
  • Can breathing techniques be beneficial in regaining control of your emotions?
  • Does making a plan for taking control of your feelings really help?
  • Is it a good idea to use this time to make sure you are in your minimum state for conceiving?
  • Does coming off your social media for a while help in any way?
  • How can I focus on other things I can do or would like to achieve?
  • How can I find balance in our relationship when trying to conceive? What can we do?
  • When should I turn to a fertility counsellor if I am struggling to get on the right track?

How to cope with the emotional ups and downs when you are trying to conceive?

In this session, Sarah Banks, Fertility Coach and Mentor at Sarah Banks Coaching, author of ‘IVF Positivity Planner’ who shared her own experience on how to cope with uncertainty and provided coping mechanisms that can help when you are trying to conceive.

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Sarah Banks

Sarah Banks

Sarah Banks is a Fertility Coach and Mentor who works with patients and clinics to offer a broad range of support to suit each individual’s needs. She has written and published the IVF Positivity Planner, a journal combined with coping strategies and coaching tools to help you feel happier and stronger whilst TTC and going through IVF. She also works with fertility professionals to enhance their patient experience, through staff coaching and training, and creating a support structure that gives patients a range of support options and ensures staff understand their individual responsibility for patient care. Sarah set up and runs two online Fertility support communities, regularly supporting over 2,000 patients, and hosts two local support groups to provide emotional support for those in need. Through her work with fertility clients, and her own personal IVF journey, she has a deep understanding of the impact to emotional and mental health that infertility causes, and the support that is needed.
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Caroline Kulczycka

Caroline Kulczycka

Caroline Kulczycka is an International Patient Coordinator who has been supporting IVF patients for over 2 years. Always eager to help and provide comprehensive information based on her thorough knowledge and experience whether you are just starting or are in the middle of your IVF journey. She’s a customer care specialist with +10 years of experience, worked also in the tourism industry, and dealt with international customers on a daily basis, including working abroad. When she’s not taking care of her customers and patients, you’ll find her traveling, biking, learning new things, or spending time outdoors.

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