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Counseling Services

Infertility is more than a medical issue.

We understand that infertility doesn't stop after you have a baby or decide to stop treatment. We are here for you at all stages of infertility.

If your thoughts and feelings about infertility are negatively impacting your day-to-day life, counseling can be an invaluable resource and outlet.

Each of our licensed therapists have completed additional training specifically to support those experiencing infertility to better help you individually or as a couple with the mental and emotional aspects of your journey. Most of our therapists and staff also have personal experiences with infertility that helps us better understand what you're going through.

In order to best serve our community, we base our fees on a sliding scale to help with the financial burdens that come with infertility. 

Psychology Patient
Getting started:
  • We offer free initial consultations (approximately 30-45 minutes) to meet virtually with one of our therapists. Click here to schedule yours.

  • Counseling sessions last approximately 50 minutes are available in person at our office and virtually.

​How to pay for your therapy sessions:
  • We are currently paneled with Allied Insurance, BCBS Utah, BPA, EMI Health, Health West, Hometown Health, MCA, PEHP, Select Health, United Health Care, and WMI Mutual Insurance Company and WMI TPA. We are happy to provide you with a statement or super bill to submit to your insurance to see if they will reimburse. Please call your insurance provider to inquire about coverage.

  • We also have self-pay options available including our income-based sliding fee scale, starting as low as $75 per session.


Meet Our Therapists


I have a Master’s degree in social work and I specialize in infertility counseling. I have been a gestational surrogate for several couples, including a family member. My experience as a former surrogate has helped me to understand the difficulties families endure when faced with infertility. 


Alison Brown

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Having experienced this journey myself, I understand the heartache, loss of control, and overwhelming feelings that come with infertility and infertility treatment. Let's work together through warmth and compassion to find hope and healing amidst this difficult time.

MFT            (virtual only)

Marcus Hunt

Cheri Fifield

I love working with people and am particularly passionate about working with women and families who are struggling with infertility, loss, and grief.


Cheri Fifield


I became interested in helping others through their infertility journey after resolving my own struggle to become a mother.

Not currently accepting new patients


McKenzie William

In accordance with Utah state code 58-1-604, UIRC promotes and supports the Invisible Condition Alert Program. This program allows people to have a symbol placed on their driver's license or ID card which alerts law enforcement and emergency medical responders to a person's invisible condition which may directly impact their ability to communicate. If you feel you would benefit from this program, please discuss this with your therapist. 
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