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Cambridge University Press
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November 2022
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This second edition of the essential guide for reproductive professionals is now available in a Clinical Guide and a Case Studies Guide, presenting the most current knowledge on counseling patients with diverse needs amidst rapidly advancing modern technology. The Case Studies guide relates the accessible, real-world experiences and perspectives as leading international practitioners share their stories applying clinical concepts to treatment practice. Chapters cover current, unaddressed and emerging areas in reproductive mental health including consequences of direct-to-consumer DNA testing, racial and cultural sensitivity and tele-mental health. Among the new topics are transgender ART, recurrent pregnancy loss, post-partum adjustment, and the pregnant therapist. For an in-depth presentation of clinical concepts, discover the Clinical Guide, which provides a foundational understanding of the medical and psychosocial experience of fertility treatment. An essential aid for medical and mental health professionals, this comprehensive guide allows clinicians to develop and refine the skills required to address the increasingly complex needs of fertility patients.

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