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In this episode of the PCOS Challenge Radio Show, Sasha Ottey speaks to Dr. Gretchen Kubacky about dealing with the psychological aspects of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Dr. Kubacky (www.drkubacky.com) is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in West Los Angeles. Dr. Kubacky has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis on counseling individuals and couples who are dealing with infertility, PCOS, diabetes, and other endocrine disorders. Also being a PCOS patient who is dealing with type II diabetes, hypothyroidism, and infertility, enables her to be especially skilled and passionate about helping patients with similar issues learn how to live happier, healthier lives, and achieve a better balance in their mood and functioning.

Dr. Kubacky is a professional member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, and inCYST. She is also a member of PCOS Challenge, and a number of other organizations serving people with endocrine disorders.

She believes that successfully coping with the complexities of PCOS often includes the need to process grief and loss – for healthy body functioning, changed relationships, unexpected restrictions, and complications that limit possibilities.

Tune in on to learn from Dr. Kubacky how to better cope with many of the psychological issues surrounding PCOS.

Join the free PCOS Challenge Support Network at www.pcoschallenge.com to find out more about Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and help women beat PCOS.

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