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About

About Emily Koert

Dr. Emily Koert is a Registered Psychologist and has a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC. She is currently an instructor at the University of British Columbia and conducts research in the field of women’s reproductive health. Emily provides counselling to women or couples who are making fertility related decisions, experiencing infertility related issues, considering third party reproduction to expand their families, or grappling with childlessness. Emily has received training and supervision for her clinical work and research in these areas by Dr. Judith Daniluk, a leading clinician and researcher in the field of sexuality and reproductive health, along with other well-respected researchers and clinicians working in the fertility field throughout the world.

Emily was involved in the CIHR/AHRC FAS/FAS-M study with Dr. Judith Daniluk and the development and administration of MyFertilityChoices.com. Emily has published in numerous academic books and journals and presented at international conferences in collaboration with Dr. Daniluk. Emily’s current research focuses on examining the experiences of women in their 40s and 50s who always expected they would become mothers, but are faced with remaining childless after delaying childbearing. Dr. Koert recently completed a year-long research position with Professor Jacky Boivin at Cardiff University in Cardiff, UK and continues to collaborate on research with the Cardiff Fertility Studies Research Group since returning to Canada. She currently coordinates the Fertility Quality of Life (FertiQoL) program at Cardiff University, a tool developed by Professor Boivin and colleagues to measure quality of life in those with fertility problems. It has been translated into 41 different languages and has been used in international research and clinical practice.

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