Support Group with Dr. Peng
offers a safe place to share, express feelings, and gain support from others
who understand the experience of infertility.
Along with Hanabusa’s holistic approach to infertility, we are dedicated
to our patients’ overall health and well-being. To that end, we
collaborate with a range of holistic practitioners whose treatments support
the entire IVF process and help to create a healthy, low-stress path to
Professionally-Led Support Groups serves as a place to talk to other people, about an intense experience
like infertility. The group will provide you with support and ways to
relieve your disappointment with infertility. You will learn new methods
of coping to be able to move forward.
The group is led by an expert on all aspects of infertility: Dr. Raymond
Peng Psy.D. He and the fertility support group will help you cope with
isolation, negative feelings, and self-esteem issues. It is alright to
receive help or support from others. Infertility is a difficult thing
Group meets every third Wednesday of each month on:
- January 22
- February 19
- March 18
- April 22
- May 20
For more information and RSVP please email: email@example.com
Dr. Peng, Psy.D. earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University
of California, San Diego. He continued his education at California School
of Professional Psychology earning a Master’s of Arts and Doctorate
of Psychology focused on Clinical Psychology.
Serving as the Secretary of the San Diego Psychological Association and
a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, Dr. Peng has
a great passion in providing and promoting the most up-to-date, researched,
and ethical mental health treatment available.
Dr. Peng specializes in providing Psychological evaluations as well as
long-term psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. His experience
includes individual, couples, family, and group therapy; psychological
testing and intake assessment; development of individual treatment plans;
individual & group therapy to forensic populations with dual diagnoses;
case management and crisis intervention to dually diagnosed and non-English-speaking
Pan-Asian individuals; group therapy for Transitional Aged Youths (TAY);
and behavioral interventions, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
and play therapy, to children with autism.
As a first generation immigrant from China, Dr. Peng has gained a unique
full spectrum perspective on the family dynamics, traditions and challenges
faced by American, Pan-Asian, and multicultural families.
An “East meets West” approach is not only a professional ideology
but a personal one as well. In his free time, Dr. Peng enjoys practicing
meditation and yoga regularly, exploring new cuisines, experiencing cultures
through travels from India to Mexico, and taking his adopted puppy out
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