Screening and Q&A
Maya Grobel is a California Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and psychotherapist with a private practice in West Los Angeles that specializes in supporting individuals and couples struggling to conceive. Maya has written about infertility for various outlets such as the New York Times, Fertility Smarts and Pregnatish, and for many years wrote a Resolve Hope award nominated blog called Don’t Count Your Eggs that followed her five year journey to parenthood. Maya and her TV producer husband Noah made a feature length film documenting their tumultuous journey to parenthood called One More Shot, which is now available on Vimeo on Demand.
Dvora Entin, LCSW, PMH-C, Clinical Supervisor at Yesh Tikva, specializes in Maternal Mental Health, inclusive of infertility, perinatal loss, fetal anomaly terminations, and postpartum depression/anxiety. She has a passion for helping women “find their footing” through the challenges of womanhood and motherhood with a commitment to excellent, professional care. With certificate training by the MISS Foundation, Postpartum Support International and ASRM, Dvora presents nationally on infertility, compassionate bereavement, perinatal death and other women’s mental health matters. Dvora developed and directs JFCS Ma’oz in Philadelphia, a unique initiative to engage the Orthodox community on mental health issues. She moderates the Pregnancy Loss phone support calls for K’nafayim, and for Yesh Tikva on infertility. In 2017, her BLOOM program to engage the Orthodox community on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders won the Perinatal Mental Health Society Innovation award. Additionally, Dvora maintains a small private practice in Philadelphia.
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