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Fertility Coaching

Our Fertility Coaching Partners

Fertility coaching supports individuals & couples, helping them to control the impact fertility issues can have on their lives. Learn more about our fertility coaching partners below.

Claire Caldow

Claire Caldow

Hope and Growth Fertility Coaching

How did you begin working with fertility patients?

My background is in Psychology and Person Centred Counselling. I’ve worked across a range of Assessment and Therapeutic Services for families and caregivers, focusing on Emotional Health and Wellbeing for many years.

I trained as a Freedom Fertility Coach following my own IVF fertility journey. Approximately 1 in 7 people experience fertility issues, yet there is a huge gap in services to support wellbeing. I’m passionate to support the emotional wellbeing of those experiencing fertility challenges. I’m part of a growing community of over 50 Freedom Fertility Coaches.

What does your job involve?

I support and empower individuals and couples to understand and regain emotional control transforming how fertility issues are impacting upon their life.

I teach coping tools and self-care strategies to rebuild confidence to focus on positive outcomes.

Mind body connection and positive mind set are significant in promoting resilience; to reach the strongest place possible whilst still holding space for a baby.

y coaching programme consists of 6 core sessions over 2 to 3 months, with options to complete review sessions and an IVF enhancement process to practise the skills learned.

    What aspect of your job is the most rewarding?

    It’s a privilege to witness the resilience present within individuals, as they grow through challenges with greater self-awareness. Clients have shared feedback about improved connection and understanding with their partner as a result of sessions, as well as relationships with friends and family.

    It is incredible to celebrate the bravery and transformation made by clients in being able to live more fully again and in many cases achieve pregnancy.

    Andreia Trigo

    Andreia Trigo

    inFertile Life

    How did you begin working with fertility patients?

    I have been a registered nurse and NLP coach for over 14 years and having gone through fertility challenges myself, I decided to support others in similar journeys. I have developed a unique programme that uses health promotion to improve fertility. This programme has been helping people with fertility challenges worldwide.

    What does your job involve?

    My work focuses on health promotion, helping you improve your physical and emotional health for fertility so that your journey is easier and quicker.

    Here’s a small list of aspects we can work on:

    • Improving your health for fertility (nutrition, physical activity, environment, habits)
    • Managing anxiety, stress, depression, expectations
    • Communication and difficult conversations
    • Making decisions
    • Strategies for key moments (before/after embryo transfer, two-week wait, important decisions)
    • Motivation and commitment to treatment
    • Setting up goals, action plans, following up and accountability

      What aspect of your job is the most rewarding?

      There are several aspects that I find rewarding in my job. For example, when I’m able to provide support to a patient who wouldn’t otherwise be able to get that support (because they live in a country with lack of resources or reduced access to professionals). But ultimately the most rewarding moment is when a patient finds the support I provided useful and gets pregnant.

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      Mel Johnson

      Mel Johnson

      The Stork and I

      How did you begin working with fertility patients?

      I am a qualified Life Coach with more than 6 years coaching experience. Following my own journey to solo motherhood, I decide to focus my coaching on fertility, empowering single women to understand their options for starting a family. I offer 1:2:1 and group coaching to women worldwide, supporting them throughout the end to end process.

      What does your job involve?

      I work with women either individually or as part of a group course on the following topics:

      • Confidence and clarity in making the decision to become a solo mum
      • Exploring the practical options available
      • Setting up your support network
      • Confidence in sharing your story
      • Grieving for letting go of the traditional route to motherhood
      • Preparation for birth as a solo mum
      • Preparing your body and mind for fertility treatment
      • Thriving solo

      What aspect of your job is the most rewarding?

      It’s a total privilege to work with such strong, inspirational women, and see them reframing their thoughts to become confident and positive about their journey. It’s so rewarding to be able to support my clients throughout each step of the process, especially when they let me know they’re pregnant.

      Mandy Worsley

      Mandy Worsley

      Freedom Fertility Specialist

      How did you begin working with fertility patients?

      I started working in fertility 12 months ago having completed my training as a Freedom Fertility specialist. I am a qualified nurse and have worked for 26 years in the NHS before becoming self employed 3 years ago. I now run my own business supporting adults and children’s emotional health and well-being. I trained 3 years ago as a Relax Kids coach and it was whilst doing this I was contacted to talk at an afternoon tea for couples on their infertility journey. Having been through my own infertility journey 15 years ago I was very keen to use my skills, knowledge and training alongside my own experience to support couples. Following this session I was introduced to the Freedom Fertility Formula and wanted to take this additional training so I could help more people.

      What does your job involve?

      My job is to help people understand their emotions and how these can have a physical effect on our body. We take them through a process which enables them to understand, manage and free themselves from that emotional rollercoaster they can experience during the course of an infertility journey. We help them to take back control and live their life more fully.

        What aspect of your job is the most rewarding?

        The job is very rewarding and I love to see how couples move from a place of despair at times to a place of hope and optimism for their future.

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        Kate Davies

        Kate Davies

        Your Fertility Journey

        How did you begin working with fertility patients?

        After a 20-year career in the NHS working in the field of fertility and women’s health, I felt I had more to offer in terms of supporting women and couples struggling to conceive. So 6 years ago I founded my unique practice ‘Your Fertility Journey’, and to further enhance my patient care I trained as a fertility coach and studied extensively in PCOS.

        ‘Your Fertility Journey’ is a clinic that prides itself in offering high quality fertility advice and support, and consults women all over the UK and Internationally. When I’m not consulting you can finding me co-hosting a popular fertility radio show and podcast!

        What does your job involve?

        My work focuses on advising you how you can improve your physical and emotional health to optimise your ability to conceive, both through natural fertility and during IVF treatments.

        As your fertility advocate I guide you through decision-making, help you to effectively manage stress and overwhelm, overcome obstacles and gain a sense of perspective and purpose.

        If you are struggling with conditions such as PCOS, then we work together to improve your hormonal health through aspects such as lifestyle changes, correct supplementation and stress reduction.

          What aspect of your job is the most rewarding?

          There are so many aspects of my job I love, but if I had to choose the most rewarding, then I would say it’s when I see real improvement in either my patients physical or emotional health, meaning they are a step closer to reaching their goals.

          If you would like to find out more about RHG, or our fertility law partners, you can organise a free one to one visit here. Alternatively, you can call us on 01925 202180, and we will be more than happy to assist you with any other advice.

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