About Judith Daniluk
Dr. Judith Daniluk is a professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, BC. Judith specializes in women’s sexuality and reproductive health. In addition to training masters and doctoral students in Counselling Psychology, Judith has published more than 70 articles in professional and academic books and journals. She is the author of Women’s Sexuality Across the Lifespan: Challenging Myths, Creating Meanings and The Infertility Survival Guide: How to Cope with the Challenges While Maintaining your Sanity, Dignity and Relationships. Judith has been featured on numerous radio shows and in newspaper and magazine articles, as an expert on women’s sexuality and reproductive health.
As well as her full-time academic appointment at UBC, Judith has provided counselling services in the areas of sexuality and reproductive health since 1983 – and has consulted to fertility clinics across Canada. She participated in Health Canada meetings on the counselling implications of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act (AHR) and was a member of the Counselling Special Interest Group (CSIG) task force of the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society, that developed the Canadian AHR Counselling Practice Guidelines.