Kristen Darcy is a noted author, divorce & fertility coach, motivational speaker and expert on Women’s Emotional Health regarding trauma recovery and building resilience.

While there is an ample supply of experts who offer advice and information to the millions of women across the nation who experience infertility and loss each year, there are few who can address the mental and emotional crisis known all too well by women who are beginning their recovery.

Kristen Darcy, author of Girlfriend to Girlfriend: A Fertility Companion (First Books Library, 2000) and the award-winning Love & Infertility: Survival Strategies for Balancing Infertility, Marriage and Life (LifeLine Press, 2004), is the advisor, supporter, and friend infertile women need. Love and Infertility is the recipient of the Hope Award, Best Book, Coping, from RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. She co-produced Making Dads ebook with Sara Naab which includes leading experts within the Male Infertility world.

Kristen Darcy has served as an expert on the emotional aspects of infertility, testifying before the US Senate in the spring of 2000 about the importance of government funding for fertility research and holistic treatment. She has been highlighted in national publications and broadcast media including NBC’s The Today Show, Woman’s World magazine, PBS’ Health Week and The Boston Globe. She also is a former board member and volunteer for RESOLVE of New England.

Kristen has found her true purpose in helping other women successfully make these transitions. Her life challenges such as infertility and her own personal high conflict divorce were what initially inspired her.

If you’re on this journey and are looking for the best support out there, I highly recommend working with Kristen as your coach, support system, and fertility angel. We met every couple of weeks or as needed. She helped me develop strategies for communicating with my husband, uncomfortable social situations, managing my emotional pendulum.


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