Introduction Mental health counseling in third party reproduction

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Mental health professionals serve an important role in guiding intended parents through a myriad of considerations from donor or surrogate selection to issues of disclosure with children. This role has evolved due to many considerations including evolving practice and ethics guidelines, as well as other factors such as access to the internet. This Views and Reviews will explore how team care, inclusive of the mental health professional, serves the interests of patients and provides a strong foundation for families created with the help of donors and/or surrogates.




Schlaff, W. D., & Braverman, A. M. (2015). Introduction Mental health counseling in third party reproduction. Fertility and Sterility, 104(3), 499–500.

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