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Helen Nicholson

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2021-07-07 at 04:54:13


Helen provides a counselling support, education and information service to Repromed clients. She thoroughly enjoys the changing face of work in the fertility area, which includes keeping pace with the legal framework for ART service provision in NZ, cross border reproductive care, and the ethical, psychological and sociological implications of these as well as the technology and ethical issues which determine treatment.  Helen has a particular interest in the management of stress and in lifestyle factors for pre-conception and pregnancy health. After graduating from Massey University in 1998 Helen has worked in Reproductive Health. For the last 16 years, her work has been in the provision of social work and counselling services for people who are using fertility services to create and build their families.

 

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