Have Questions? Read on for More Coaching and Therapy FAQs, Resources, and Information
If you’re thinking about working with our HVL Therapy & Coaching Center team, you might have some questions we can answer. So we put together this list of frequently asked questions (FAQ), recommended resources, and helpful information as another guide post on your journey.
This page provides answers to questions like “What results can I expect?” and “What apps or books do you recommend I use?” But if you have more questions you cannot find on our FAQ page or would like to hear from us directly, please reach out — we’re here to help.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING...
“Look no further than HVL. Every conversation with [Rebekah & Dante] comes with a sense of ease and fulfillment. They are the definition of good and inquisitive listeners — they never cast judgement, but they will respectfully challenge you and help you see alternative perspectives. Bekah and Dante have been helping people find happiness through health and well-being long before HVL. They are truly passionate about what they do and those they do it for. They have it all.”
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Therapy & Coaching Resources
When you work with us, we always offer our best care and guidance, but we’re limited by the length of our sessions and our time with you. There’s so much more you can do outside of our time together — and so many supplemental materials for you to rely on.
With that in mind, we put together a list of our favorite books and apps to assist you on your journey. Simply click the image below to learn more, read reviews, and purchase or download.
If you feel like you have all the supplemental materials you need — or you can’t find your answer in the resources or therapy FAQ page — reach out to us directly to book your consultation. We’ll talk about what you’re going through, what you need help with, and the best way to make that happen.
Our Recommended Books
Unsung Lullabies: Understanding and Coping with Infertility
By Janet Jaffe, David Diamond & Martha Diamond
The desire for a child is unlike any other for those who are infertile. Only the complexity of the emotional maze they must negotiate rivals the depth of their longing.
Drs. Janet Jaffe, Martha Diamond, and David Diamond, reproductive psychology experts who have all personally struggled with infertility, provide couples with the knowledge and resources to:
Decrease their feelings of powerlessness and loneliness, learn about their partners' coping mechanisms to dispel unjustified expectations, and pay attention to their "unsung lullabies," or aspirations they have about starting a family, so they can mourn the losses of infertility and move on.
Unsung Lullabies is a vital companion for anyone dealing with infertility since it is innovative, intelligent, and sympathetic.