Dr Celia Chan
Posted on 2019-07-17 at 06:53:21
As a social work researcher and practitioner working from the Dept Social Work & Social Administration, Uni of Hong Kong, Celia integrates best research evidence with clinical experience. She has extensive clinical experience in working with patients with infertility. As the first infertility counsellor in Hong Kong, she is committed to develop research and practice on fertility and infertility counselling. She offers psychological assessment and counselling as well as psycho-therapeutic groups for individuals and couples who are infertile and undergoing assisted reproductive technologies, and those experiencing various types of reproductive loss. She is currently the Coordinator (China and Hong Kong) of the International Infertility Counseling Organization.
Three Australian jurisdictions – NSW, ACT & Queensland – have laws criminalising overseas surrogacy. However like the long outdated provisions criminalising abortion in NSW, these are laws which have never been prosecuted. In fact even when the rare case has been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions, they have declined to take action. There […]
Inspiring StoriesTotally inspiring stories abound in the Australian surrogacy & donor communities about the journeys taken by intended parents and the surrogates who assist them in the Aussie October Seminar series may sell out. For me, there is huge joy in being able to help hopeful singles and couples to create family. Some of them […]
Lawyer, Stewart Dalley of D&S Law, has both lived and professional experience of surrogacy, having represented several people with their surrogacy journeys (domestically and internationally) as well as having three children of his own through surrogacy. Stewart is considered an expert in the field of the laws related to human assisted reproduction, including surrogacy, sperm, […]