Tuesday, February 21st 2017
Where: RMA of New York Eastside office
635 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022
RSVP: (212) 756-5777 ext 305
Complimentary refreshments will be served
After experiencing unsuccessful attempts at conception through intrauterine insemination or in vitro fertilization, or going through loss of pregnancy, the desire to pursue one’s reproductive goals can diminish as the journey becomes emotionally and physically challenging.
Attend RMA of New York’s free support and informational seminar to hear from Dr. Georgia Witkin, RMA’s Clinical Psychologist, on how to cope after failed treatment and/or miscarriage, accompanied by guidance from Reproductive Endocrinologist & Infertility Specialist Dr. Joseph B. Davis on how to pursue treatment with a variety of options through assisted reproductive technology.
Dr. Witkin will offer her expertise on ways to help regain strength and manage stress, while Dr. Davis offers medical insight on methods to improve chances of success after struggles with infertility.
Admission is FREE. However, space is limited so please RSVP.
Dr. Georgia Witkin is a clinical psychologist and expert on infertility, egg donation, egg freezing and therapy for couples. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science as well as in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center and is also Director of the Stress Research Program at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Dr. Joseph B. Davis is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Davis practices at Mount Sinai Health System and RMA of New York, where he uses the most advanced technology available to preserve fertility through egg and embryo freezing. He takes a comprehensive approach to patient care, and focuses on strengthening the mind-body connection to optimize patient wellness. Dr. Davis is known for this comforting and detailed approach to patient care, and has years of experience in performing and lecturing on fertility preservation and infertility treatment.
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