I am proud to provide you this list of providers who are experts in infertility and are culturally sensitive.
I have personally hand picked each provider listed.
Specialists, Practitioners, Clinicians and Others.
Dr. Aaron Styer / CCRM Boston & NH
Dr. Aaron K. Styer is a reproductive endocrinologist, founding partner, and co-medical director of CCRM Boston. He is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and the subspecialty, reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Location: 300 Boylston Street, Suite 300
Chestnut Hill, MA 02459
Phone: (617) 449-9750
Dr. Tiffanny Jones / Conceive Fertility Center
Dr. Tiffanny Jones is an Infertility Specialist & Reproductive Endocrinologist who specializes in Low-cost fertility options, Diminished ovarian reserve, Fertility preservation, Polycystic ovarian syndrome, Fibroid surgeries.
Location: 6750 N. MacArthur Blvd, Suite 100 Irving, TX 75039
Phone: (214) 224-0778
Dr. Camille Hammond / Cade Foundation
Dr. Hammond and her husband, Dr. Jason Hammond, co founded the Cade Foundation in 2005 to provide support to families with infertility. They provide education programming (conferences) and also give out grants that provide up to $10,000 for fertility treatment or adoption.
Location: 10211 South Dolfield Rd Owings Mills, MD
Phone: (410) 998-1000
Dr. Dr. Loree Johnson / Infertility Therapist
Dr. Loree Johnson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with more than 25 years of experience as a clinician, educator, and clinical supervisor. She helps clients navigate uncertainty in their relationships, overcome the emotional challenges that come with fertility problems and the loss of a pregnancy, and strengthen their relationships.
Phone: (310) 625-9783
Celeste Viciere / Infertility Therapist
Celeste Viciere is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist (LMHC) who has dedicated her personal and professional endeavors to breaking the stigma surrounding mental and emotional health, especially in communities of color. She is a mental health advocate, best-selling author, and podcast host. Mrs. Celeste Viciere founded The Uniting Center were she specializes in all major mental health issues.
Frances Jones / Heart Desires Fulfillment Coaching
Frances Jones is the founder of Heart Desires Fulfillment Coaching, LLC and is one of Resolves Professional partners. She also is a member of the TN Fertility Advocates. Mrs. Frances Jones, uses her personal infertility experiences and journey to support other individuals and couples dealing with fertility challenges and help them deal with the stress and disappointment that go along with it.
Pilar Tucker / Mental Health Practitioner / Coach
Pilar Tucker is a mental health practitioner , women’s empowerment advocate and social change agent. She founded the organization Empower Our Crown LLC. Pilar, helps women to achieve self-love, self-healing and self-confidence. She inspires them to live radically in their authentic purpose.
April Christina / Endometriosis/Fertility Advocate
April Christina founded endoNme.com back in 2015 as an outlet for people to understand her story with endometriosis and more importantly for women to know that they are not alone. It was from endoNme.com that she decided to build her new platform imaprilchristina.com. April realized that she is a woman first. She understands that women need awareness about endometriosis and other autoimmune diseases.
Location: New York
Erica McAfee / SistersInLoss
Erica McAfee is Sisters in Loss Founder, Bereavement and Fertility Doula, Infant and Maternal Mortality Advocate a Bereavement Doula Educator.
Fertility For Colored Girls (FFCG)
Rev. Dr. Stacey L. Edwards-Dunn, founded Fertility For Colored Girls which provides education, awareness, support and encouragement to African American women/couples and other women of color experiencing infertility and seeking to build the families of their dreams. Additionally, FFCG seeks to empower African American women to take charge of their fertility and reproductive health.
Location: Multiple locations
The Broken Brown Egg
Regina Townsend is the founder of the Broken Brown Egg to empower, inform, and advocate for those questioning or experiencing the impact of infertility, with an emphasis on the Black experience of it. Infertility is bigger than babies. It’s time to talk about it.
My people perish for lack of knowledge.
Hosea 4.6 KJV