Alice Domar, Ph.D.

Alice Domar is a pioneer in the application of mind/body medicine to women’s health issues. She is also the founder and Executive Director of the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health at Boston IVF – where she established the first ever Mind/Body Center for Women’s Health as well as the first ever Mind/Body Program for Fertility.

Dedicated to the physical and emotional health of women, The Domar Center provides the following treatment that are proven to reduce the physical and psychological symptoms that accompany fertility and many health conditions.Dr. Domar also is assistant professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology at Harvard Medical School; and senior psychologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She is the author of the national bestseller Self-Nurture, as well as Healing Mind, Healthy Woman and the books below.

Be Happy Without Being Perfect: How to Worry Less and Enjoy Life More (and Alice Lesch Kelly)

 

All of us struggle with high expectations from time to time. But for many women, the worries can become debilitating, and often, we don’t even know we’re letting unrealistic expectations color our thinking. The good news is, we have the power to break free from the perfectionist trap–and internationally renowned health psychologist, Dr. Alice Domar can show you how.

 

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Conquering Infertility: Dr. Alice Domar's Mind/Body Guide to Enhancing Fertility and Coping with Infertility (and Alice Lesch Kelly)

 

In Conquering Infertility, Harvard psychologist Dr. Alice Domar -- whom Vogue calls the "Fertility Goddess" -- provides infertile women with what they need most: stress relief, support, and hope. Her innovative mind/body tools help women to regain control of not along with only their infertility treatment but also their lives. And her program works. Within a year, more than 50 percent of the patients who used her mind/body techniques along with their infertility treatments conceived pregnancies that resulted in a baby, compared with 20 percent who did not use the mind/body tools.

 

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