encourage, lift, and strengthen

Finding Support

Monthly Provider-Led Support Groups

Open to Dominion Fertility Patients | Every 4th Wednesday of the Month at 6 pm EST

Our monthly topical support group is hosted by our mental health provider, Monica Ochoa, LCSW. These virtual groups address various aspects of the infertility journey, from managing feelings of isolation during fertility treatments to coping with grief and developing resilience. Register now for these informative and supportive sessions held virtually on a Wednesday of each month.

Navigating the Grief of an Infertility Diagnosis

Wednesday, September 27th at 6 pm EST

No guidebook readies you for the emotional waves accompanying an infertility diagnosis or the journey through treatment. Join us for a workshop dedicated to discussing the profound grief and sense of loss that often accompany these experiences.

Discover Strength Together: Fertility Coping Support Group

Wednesday, October 25th at 6 pm EST

Embarking on the path of fertility treatment can be both physically and emotionally challenging. Our support group offers a safe haven where you can find solace, share your journey, and learn effective coping strategies.

Our Private Online Patient Groups

Private support groups are an amazing place to encourage, lift and strengthen one another.

Remember, you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think, and loved more than you know.

Dominion Fertility Support Group

Join our Infertility support group. This group is for anyone struggling with infertility, trying to conceive through infertility procedures, or those who are just needing more support and information.

Egg Freezing Support Group

Our Egg Freezing Support Group is a private support group for anyone interested in freezing their eggs or have already frozen their eggs and wants to connect with others.

If you are thinking about your fertility and how egg freezing may play a role in your future, we hope you find this place to be one of support and helpful connections with nonjudgmental individuals who are likely to be in a similar situation.