How you can you add purpose and value as an ally to a colleague's fertility process or miscarriage?

Thanks to major lifestyle, environmental and societal shifts over the last few decades, many of us now experience challenges with fertility. One in three report that they (or someone they know) have used some form of fertility treatment, and one in four experience miscarriage, with that number rising to as many as one in two the older we get. With so many people impacted, it is time we equip ourselves to better understand and support those facing these challenges. During this 60 minute workshop, we will discuss how you can better understand and support friends and colleagues who may be struggling with fertility. We will also approach dealing with the unfortunate reality of miscarriage. The aim is to leave with a better understanding of what someone experiencing these challenges may be going through, and (armed with practical tips and tricks) how you can offer genuine support.

Workshop outline:

  • Understanding some of the facts and dynamics that are the driving force behind why so many of us will be impacted in some way by infertility and miscarriage.
  • Walking a mile in someone else’s shoes: IVF: yes it’s now more common, but many of us don’t appreciate the hard reality of it.
  • We’ll take a quick look at what a person undergoing fertility treatment may experience.
  • The unspoken toll of miscarriage: we’ll take a look at the latest research around the mental health impact of miscarriage (30% of women who have miscarried are now classified as having some form of PTSD).
  • ‘What helped me’: practical tips and tricks to provide real support. Taken from snippets shared by The Journey community who have experienced these challenges first hand.

Course delivery:

  • 60 minutes in duration
  • online workshop at a time convenient for you.
  • for up to a 100 people at a time.

Who it is for?

  • companies who want to inform their employees on how to be better allies to their colleagues who are trying to conceive or who might have devastatingly had a miscarriage.
Please enquire with the team directly for costings and availability. We can tailor each workshop to your individual needs.

About Sarah:

Sarah is founder and CEO of The Journey, a research-based platform dedicated to empowering people with positive, practical and evidence-based tools to make the journey from conception through early years as healthy and positive as possible. Back in 2017, after struggling with her own fertility issues, Sarah left Investment Banking (Managing Director European Equities: JP Morgan/Deutsche Bank) and set up a resource that used pioneering research and leading experts to help those struggling with many of the modern day challenges we face from fertility and conception through to early years. After training in nutrition and hormone health she now offers one to one fertility coaching online. To Enquire: [email protected] Book Now
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