Table of contents for Infertility counseling : a comprehensive handbook for clinicians / edited by Sharon Covington, Linda Hammer Burns.

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Forward Roger Kempers; Preface; Part I. Overview: 1. Psychology of infertility Linda Hammer Burns; 2. Medical aspects of infertility for the counselor William R. Keye, Jr; 3. The psychology of gender specific infertility diagnoses William Petok; 4. Cross-cultural issues in infertility counseling Michaela Hynie; Part II. Assessment: 1. Psychosocial evaluation of the infertile patient Susan Caruso Klock, 2. Psychopathology and psychopharmacology in the infertile patient Katherine E. Williams; 3. Evidenced-based approaches to infertility counseling Jacky Boivin; Part III. Treatment Modalities: 1. Individual counseling and psychotherapy Linda D. Applegarth; 2. Counseling the infertile couple Christopher R. Newton; 3. Group approaches to infertility counseling Sharon N. Covington; 4. Behavioral medicine in infertility counseling Christianne Verhaak; 5. Complementary and alternative medicine in infertility counseling Jacqueline N. Gutmann; 6. Sexual counseling and infertility Linda Hammer Burns; Part IV. Medical Counseling Issues: 1. Patients with medically complicating conditions Donald B. Maier; 2. Genetic counseling and the infertile patient Linda Hammer Burns; 3. Pregnancy loss Sharon N. Covington; Part V. Third Party Reproduction: 1. Recipient counseling for donor insemination Petra Thorn; 2. Recipient counseling for oocyte donation Patricia Sachs; 3. The donor as patient: assessment and support Linda A. Applegarth; 4. Embryo donation: counseling the recipients and donors Linda A. Applegarth; 5. Surrogacy and gestational carrier participants Hilary Hanafin; Part VI. Alternative Family Building: 1. Adoption after infertility Linda P. Salzer; 2. Involuntary childlessness: deciding to remain child-free Gretchen Sewell; Part VII. Post-Infertility Counseling Issues: 1. Ending treatment Janet Takefman; 2. Pregnancy after infertility Sharon N. Covington; 3. Parenting after infertility Linda Hammer Burns; 4. Assisted reproductive technology and the impact on children Dorothy Greenfeld; Part VIII. Infertility Counseling in Practice: 1. Infertility counseling in clinical practice: a collaborative approach Sharon N. Covington; 2. Ethical aspects of infertility counseling Nancy Kader; 3. Legal issues in infertility counseling Margaret Swain; 4. Global perspective on infertility counseling Jean Haase; Part IX. Appendix; Part X. Resources; Part XI. Glossary; Part XII. Subject Index; Part XIII. Author Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Infertility -- Patients -- Counseling of -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Infertility -- psychology.
Reproductive Techniques, Assisted -- psychology.