A Canadian review study looked at the “effect of psychological interventions on infertility” by evaluating the results of 54 randomized controlled trials, which are notoriously associated with bias in these kinds of studies primarily due to participants reluctance to be in the ‘non-treatment’ group. The bottom line result is that “…in most regions of the world, psychological interventions are associated with small reductions in distress and modest effects on conception, suggesting the need for more effective interventions” – I would venture to add that from my own research psychological support that involves both partners (if applicable) and addresses intrapersonal conflict and differences in coping styles – is much more effective in reducing distress and developing a congruent path through treatment. you can read the review at the link below or contact me directly for a PDF of the article.