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Casey Berna is a social worker with years of experience as a therapist, advocate and community organizer.  While she is active in the endometriosis and infertility in many ways, her greatest passion is working with patients. She strives to provide a safe space for patients to talk about their struggles, help them grieve the losses that come with infertility and endometriosis and to give patients resources and tools to cope with the many challenges they face. Through empowerment, support and education she helps patients thrive.

Inspired by her own struggle with endometriosis, infertility, and recurrent pregnancy loss, Casey has contributed to these communities for years as a writer and advocate. Her documentary, Endotruths: The Impact of Endometriosis and Infertility on Mental Health, debuted at The Unmentionables Film Festival in New York City.  She works with non-profits, medical organizations and universities to help educate patients and the greater society at large regarding endometriosis and infertility. 

Casey is an experienced clinician, teacher, mentor and advocate seeking to create change in the endometriosis community by collaborating with like-minded advocates and organizations to challenge the status quo, while empowering the patient community to do the same.

View Casey's Curriculum Vitae to learn more about her.  If you would like to schedule a free consult with Casey or if you have any questions please contact her at caseyberna@gmail.com .