Conceiving Conception|Infertility Therapy|Unexplained Infertility|IVF failure|IVF support


Conceiving Conception offers infertility therapy to those who are either suffering with unexplained infertility, miscarriage, IVF failures or are in need of IVF support.

unexplained infertility|infertility therapy|miscarriage

Do you feel you would like to better understand unexplained infertility & what this means from a psychological perspective?

Have you suffered miscarriage or recurrent miscarriages and seeking help and support?

IVF support focuses only on the body, right?

Not anymore.


Do you feel like your body has been through enough IVF failures?


IVF support here shifts the focus, and gets your brain to do some of the hard work instead. 

IVF support|IVF failure

Infertility affects as many as 1 in 7 couples worldwide. Solutions are sought in nutrition, reducing stress, eliminating harmful toxins, charting ovulation and, for many couples, artificial reproductive techniques like IVF and hormone treatments. But if the effects of infertility are deeply psychological and emotional, couldn’t the causes be too?


This was the central hypothesis for Dr Louise Goddard-Crawley's research 

and subsequent Conceiving Conception Methodology.


The genesis of the Conceiving Conception Method arose during Louise's ten years working as a Senior Fertility Nurse on Harley Street in London. During her time there she met many women grappling with infertility on both a physical and an emotional level.


Whilst the physical and biological aspects of infertility have readily been tackled by the medical profession, there was a much more significant psychological impact from infertility that was largely ignored.


The women Louise helped had many questions and emotions around their inability to conceive or maintain their pregnancies. It was this psychological challenge that prompted Louise to delve deeper into this aspect of infertility and marry the challenges of infertility with her doctorate in psychology.


Louise says, "After several years of working with women and couples who were unable to conceive, I came to understand that perhaps the deep psychological 

wiring of our brains could be linked to pregnancy." This is how this new approach to infertility therapy started.


Can your brain be powerful enough to affect something as biological as infertility?


Welcome to the Conceiving Conception Method.


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