Continuing Education

Using ACT to Build Resilience and Coping During Infertility (Archived)

Tonya Wood, PhD

Dr. Wood reviews cognitive, emotional, and psychological responses to infertility. Social, cultural, and religious variables in coping will also be explored. Dr. Wood discusses current research on the effectiveness of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and demonstrate techniques to illustrate how ACT can be effectively applied within reproductive psychology to promote resilience, coping, and adjustment to infertility.

Year 2024
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $35.00
Learning Objectives
  1. List three psychological impacts of infertility on individuals and couples.
  2. Identify three cultural and psychosocial factors that improve resilience and coping for individuals and couples dealing with infertility.
  3. Describe three techniques of acceptance and commitment therapy that have utility with clients dealing with infertility and pregnancy loss.

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