Janet Jaffe, PhD, a clinical psychologist in San Diego,
California, is cofounder and codirector of the Center for
Reproductive Psychology. She has served as an adjunct faculty
member at the California School of Professional Psychology at
Alliant International University, is a member of the American
Society for Reproductive Medicine, and has presented at conferences
across the country on the psychology of the reproductive process,
both to professional organizations and to the general public.
Dr. Jaffe is coauthor of Unsung Lullabies, Understanding and Coping With Infertility (2005).
Currently in private practice, Dr. Jaffe specializes in the issues of loss and bereavement related to miscarriage, infertility, and other reproductive trauma.
Martha O. Diamond, PhD, received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Stanford University and her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Michigan. She is cofounder and codirector of the Center for Reproductive Psychology in San Diego, California.
Dr. Diamond is coauthor of Unsung Lullabies, Understanding and Coping With Infertility (2005).
In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Diamond has lectured nationally and internationally on reproductive issues, including the psychological trauma of infertility, miscarriage, and premature or complicated births. She also conducts in-service training for medical professionals on the psychological impact of adverse reproductive events and the emotional needs of their reproductive patients.