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Psychologists that help with surrogacy

We have had excellent results with several psychologists we have worked with over the years, and recommend you use them for your surrogacy journey

However, if you wish to explore other options, here are some psychologists’ associations that help with surrogacy:

American Psychological Association (APA)

The APA, which stands for the American Psychological Association, is the biggest organization for psychologists in the United States. They have a dedicated division focused on reproductive health, providing valuable resources for individuals contemplating surrogacy.

Society for Reproductive Psychology (SRP)

The SRP is a professional organization for psychologists who specialize in reproductive health. They offer resources for people who are considering surrogacy, and they have a list of psychologists who are experienced in collaborating with people who are going through surrogacy.

American Fertility Association (AFA)

The AFA is a professional organization for fertility doctors and other healthcare professionals who specialize in infertility. They have a list of psychologists who are experienced in collaborating with people who are going through surrogacy.

National Infertility Association (NIA)

The NIA is a nonprofit organization that provides support and resources to people who are struggling with infertility. They have a list of psychologists who are experienced in collaborating with people who are going through surrogacy.

Resolve

The National Infertility Association: Resolve is a nonprofit organization that provides support and resources to people who are struggling with infertility. They have a list of psychologists who are experienced in collaborating with people who are going through surrogacy.

It is important to find a psychologist who is experienced in collaborating with people who are going through surrogacy. There are several psychologists who specialize in this area, and they can provide you with the support that you need.

Here are some additional tips for finding a psychologist who can help you with surrogacy:

  • Do your research: There are several websites and resources that can help you find a psychologist who is experienced in collaborating with people who are going through surrogacy.
  • Seek recommendations: Reach out to your friends, family, and acquaintances who have undergone surrogacy. They might suggest a psychologist they've worked with and trust.
  • Get a referral: Your fertility clinic or a nonprofit organization that specializes in infertility may be able to refer you to a psychologist.
  • Make an appointment: Once you have found a psychologist, make an appointment to meet with them. This will give you a chance to get to know them and to see if they are a good fit for you.

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