As a Certified Fertility Consultant, I am honored to join parents on their journey to conception. I’m specifically trained and certified to offer hypnotherapeutic support to enhance fertility for those pursuing natural conception and those undergoing ART/IVF or other medical procedures.

This work guides clients to make the most of their mind-body connection, discovering and addressing issues unique to each person. Our work together might typically focus on creating a hospitable climate in the body and letting go of any emotional blocks to conception.  If you’ve faced fertility challenges, it would be my privilege to hear your story so far and talk about how hypnotherapy can bring you closer to your dream of conceiving and birthing a child.

Wait, why aren’t there any testimonials on this page?

Because with fertility, more than with any other issue I work with, it’s important for this to be about your path, your obstacles, and your hopes. While reading success stories here or seeing baby pictures might be on some level inspiring, that would feel to me like pulling at your heartstrings to bring you into my practice, and that’s just not necessary. You already know your mind and body are connected … so if you’re curious about how hypnotherapy might help you, I hope we can connect for a call.


Studies conducted by Alice Dormar Ph.D., director of the Beth Israel Deaconess Behavioral Medicine Program for Infertility in Boston, showed the efficacy of mind/body techniques in removing unresolved issues around pregnancy:


In 1999, 42% of 132 infertile women participating in the mind/body program conceived within 6 months of completing it (Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association).


A second study, published in 2000 in the journal Fertility and Sterility, showed that 55% of infertile women conceived, compared to 20% of the control group who used no mind/body techniques.


A 2004 Israeli study conducted by Prof. Eliahu Levitas showed that hypnosis can double the success rate of IVF. His findings were presented to the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Conference in 2004.