CPN | Family Planning in the aftermath of a fatal diagnosis: CPN offers virtual genetic and grief Counseling

Family Planning in the aftermath of a fatal diagnosis: CPN offers virtual genetic and grief Counseling

Should we have another child?
Family planning in the aftermath of a fatal diagnosis
Supportive Genetic Counseling Individual Sessions
Are you thinking about enlarging your family, but feeling anxious or afraid?  For some, the thought of having another child affected with a genetic condition or an hereditary cancer syndrome is paralyzing.  It can be helpful to talk to a genetic counselor with expertise in grief counseling.
CPN is offering counseling for parents thinking about having another child, facilitated by Mary-Frances Garber, a certified genetic counselor.  This counseling is offered at no cost to families who live in states OTHER than the ones listed below (due to genetic counseling licensure limitations, families living in the states listed below cannot participate):
Please send an email to both connect@courageousparentsnetwork.org and mfgcgc@yahoo.com if you are interested in this offering.  An intake session will be scheduled and more details provided.
An important NOTE with our apologies — State licensing laws that govern genetic counseling at the state-by-state level mean that families in the following states are NOT able to participate. This is because only counselors licensed to practice in the state can provide counseling in those states and MFG is not licensed in these states:
  1. California
  2. Connecticut
  3. Deleware
  4. Hawaii
  5. Idaho
  6. Illinois
  7. Iowa
  8. Indiana
  9. Kentucky
  10. Louisiana
  11. Minnesotta
  12. Nebraska
  13. New Hampshire
  14. New Jersey
  15. New Mexico
  16. North Dakota
  17. Ohio
  18. Oklahoma
  19. Pennsylvania
  20. South Dakota
    Tennessee
  21. Utah
  22. Virginia
  23. Washington

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