The Hadassah Rimon Mind/Body Fertility Center

rimon center logoThe Hadassah Rimon Mind/Body Fertility Center, housed in Hadassah Mount Scopus, is a model project created to give psychological support to all women with fertility challenges, at no cost. The goal is to reduce stress and depression and thus increase women’s chances of fertility.
 
Fertility treatments exert an enormous emotional and psychological toll on women. To meet the gap in support that these women need, The Rimon Center provides a range of Mind/Body therapies which woman will be able to choose from while they are undergoing treatment. These include Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Mind-Body workshops, supportive fertility yoga, and supportive therapy for communities with specific needs.  Each patient is personally approached by fertility counselor and offered a wide variety of options for psychological support. While several programs of this sort exist around the world including in Boston, Los Angeles, and London, this is the only program of its kind in Israel.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a well-established empirically validated treatment for a variety of problems and disorders including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and marital problems. The treatment helps people reduce their negative thinking that causes negative emotions, assists with problem solving and stress-reduction. Recent studies point to a direct relationship between CBT, stress reduction and fertility. Successful CBT treatment has a great effect on woman undergoing fertility treatments. Within a few weeks stress is reduced and the chance of pregnancy is higher. Restorative Yoga has also proved to be effective in relieving stress on woman with fertility challenges and allowing them to reach their fertility potential.

On the basis of the services provided by the Rimon Center, the fertility clinic at Hadassah Hospital-Mt. Scopus was submitted as a candidate for 'Centers of Excellence' at Hadassah Hospital.

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