Support Services for Endometriosis Patients

Casey brings her clinical background and experience as a social worker into her sessions with endometriosis patients.  Patients often find her services most helpful when they are:

  • Exploring the possibility of having endometriosis and trying to come to terms with possibly having the disease. 
  • Exploring treatment options for endometriosis. This may include traveling out of state for a surgery, trying to figure out how to pay for surgery and juggling surgery with work or familial obligations. 
  • Preparing for surgery. 
  • Recovering from surgery and processing what happened during surgery.
  • Processing the overall impact of endometriosis and associated grief.
  • Feeling isolated and misunderstand due to the impact of endometriosis and the lack of understanding from their support system. 
  • Trying to figure out how to live their best lives while also dealing with having a chronic illness.
  • Feeling overwhelmed by endometriosis. 
  • Needing thought organization and self-care tools.

 


Support Services for Infertility Patients 

Casey brings her clinical background and experience as a social worker into her sessions with infertility patients. Patients are charged on a sliding scale based on what they can afford. Patients often find her services most helpful when they are:

  • Exploring seeing a doctor due to issues trying to conceive or have a known diagnosis where it may be hard to conceive. 
  • Exploring treatment options for family building. This may include exploring financial or  religious barriers to treatment, third party reproduction or surrogacy. 
  • Preparing for treatments. 
  • Recovering from treatments and processing the outcome.
  • Processing the overall impact of infertility and associated stress and grief.
  • Feeling isolated and misunderstand due to the impact and stigma of infertility. 
  • Trying to figure out how to live their best lives while also living with infertility.
  • Feeling overwhelmed by infertility. 
  • Needing self-care tools and positive outlets.
  • A part of the LGBTQIA community and are facing challenges with family building.
  • Considering adoption.
  • Resolving their family building journey.

 


Support Services for Patient Allies

Casey brings her clinical background and experience as a social worker into her sessions with loved ones of endometriosis and infertility patients. Patients often find her services most helpful when they are:

  • Having trouble understanding what their loved one is experiencing.  
  • Looking to learn more about what their loved one is going through. 
  • Feeling overwhelmed by the impact of what their loved one is dealing with. 
  • Feeling lost, helpless and powerless.
  • Feeling associated sadness and grief or anger.
  •  Needing self-care tools and positive outlets.