Nomy Cohen

Accredited member of the British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA), UKCP and Association for Family Therapy (AFT)

About Nomy

I see my role as supporting people in this process, assisting them in making decisions regarding treatment and helping partners to communicate more effectively.

Nomy has worked to support couples and individuals experiencing infertility since she first qualified and has grown to become extremely interested in supporting those going through IUI, IVF, miscarriage, donation, surrogacy and solo parenting.

During her career, Nomy has been privileged to work with some of the top consultants in the field of infertility, which has broadened her appreciation of the medical issues surrounding infertility.  

Nomy has also learned from working in infertility how isolating and painful this treatment can be, and how this can impact relationships.  She sees her role as supporting people in this process, assisting them in making decisions regarding treatment and helping partners to communicate more effectively.   By working together, Nomy believes we can find ways to reduce the impact that infertility has on your life and develop strategies that you can use to help you through the journey.

Nomy has more than 25 years’ experience in providing counselling, support and Implications in Infertility, as well as counselling in cancer care and relationship work.

If you are a CRGH patient and would like to arrange an appointment with Nomy, please contact us at [email protected]

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