Pregnancy and Abortion Counseling

 

Before scheduling an abortion or making any decision regarding your pregnancy, you owe it to yourself to stop, pause and learn of all of your alternatives. We have excellent psychologists and health care professionals to help answer your questions and increase your knowledge before making a decision.

Too often, pregnancy decisions are made with emotions in control and this can result in regret, resentment and anger.

A Calm, Non-Judgmental Environment

At Calm Clinic, we provide you with a calm, non-judgmental environment that permits you to pause and learn of all of the options available to you. We provide education, counseling, and referrals. We do not provide any pregnancy or abortion services, but we can help you to make your decision and learn about all your available resources and associated costs.

People who are pregnant have 3 options:

  • Abortion — taking medication or having a medical procedure that ends the pregnancy.

  • Adoption — giving birth and placing your child with another person or family permanently.

Sometimes deciding what to do about an unplanned pregnancy is easy. Other times, it’s difficult or complicated. Your decision is very personal, and everyone’s situation is different. You’re the only person walking in your shoes, so the decision is 100% yours.

Nicole Anders, Psy.D.

As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Anders specializes in treatment for PTSD/trauma as well as Women’s health. She is an expert speaker in the community and teaches workshops on the Psychology of Trauma and Interpersonal Neurobiology. Dr. Anders is trained in a multitude of evidence-based therapy modalities including Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Dr. Anders is also a certified yoga instructor, brining yoga and other holistic modalities into the therapy room to treat patients from a mind-body-soul perspective. Dr. Anders believes in a humanistic approach to treatment, understanding that the best mode of practice is through a lens of love and compassion. 

Psychologist

Judy Chan, PA-C

PA Judy enjoys her work in acute emergency settings but finds ultimate fulfillment treating mental health. She is extremely proficient in medication management and supportive therapy. Judy attended Touro University Nevada, where she began cultivating therapeutic relationships in the community. She prides herself in meeting patients at their level of readiness and guiding them towards a healthier future. 

Physician Assistant

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