Based on government and health official regulations, all appointments will be held virtually until we are advised to return to normal activities. Ensuring counselling supports are available, along with protecting everyone’s health and safety, are my top priorities. Rest assured that my office hours will remain the same, and that video call appointments work very well.
Dara Roth Edney works with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing primary or secondary infertility and/or seeking assisted fertility options for reasons other than infertility (i.e. sexual orientation/gender identity, relationship status, medical conditions).
Dara believes strongly that having a child is a basic right of choice and works from an anti-discriminatory perspective. She offers support to anyone who comes to her in their journey to become a parent or to expand their family, and can help with emotional counselling due to loss and grief, as well as more pragmatic decision-making guidance.
Dara also works with egg donors, sperm donors, surrogates and embryo donors as they fulfill their goal of helping someone else become a parent.
Dara’s clients come from all over the world and she works closely with well-respected clinics, doctors, lawyers, supporting agencies and community organizations, as well as other professionals, as clients navigate the assisted fertility journey.