The following links are provided as a courtesy to support you with additional online resources and information. While I’ve carefully selected some reputable sites that are not-for-profit and rich in content, I am not responsible for these sources or related links.  Always use your judgment when researching treatment protocols and be sure to discuss any questions, thoughts or feelings that may arise during our sessions and with your health care provider(s).

Medical & Medication Resources
Mayo Clinic
Health on the Net
Medscape Reference
The Internet Drug Index
Drug Watch

Marriage, Parenting & Personal Growth Resources
The Gottman Relationship Institute
The Dance of Intimacy, Anger, Fear, Deception
The Grief Club
Deborah Tannen on Communication
Aha Parenting
Mental Health Resources
National Institute of Mental Health
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Anxiety Disorders Association of America
Suicide Crisis Clinic
Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Eating Disorders
Narcotics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous
Attention Deficit Disorder Association

Reproduction & Infertility Resources
RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine
International Council on Infertility Dissemination
Reproductive Facts
Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology
Society for Male Reproduction and Urology
The American Fertility Association
Infertility Network
Parents Via Egg Donation
The Donor Conception Network
Donor Sibling Registry
Share: Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support
Fertile Hope
HOPE for Families

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Breaking the Silence on Infertility

Debra’s Professional Activities

“Reproductive Challenges in a Child-centric Culture: Ethical Considerations for Infertility Counseling” — National Association of Social Workers, IN State Conference, 2013

“From Sex & the City to Downton Abbey: TV Infertility vs. Reality” — Kinsey Confidential Blog, 2013

“Support for Couples Dealing with Infertility” — Bloom Magazine, June/July 2012

Debra Unger on LinkedIn

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