Tanya Rubin, is a fertility counsellor who has both personal and work experience in the field of infertility.
Tanya is a registered Social Worker and Logotherapist with more than 10 years of infertility counselling experience. She is passionate about providing emotional support to those going through the process of infertility. Besides her professional qualifications, Tanya has been an infertility patient herself. Tanya continues to help those who are struggling with infertility.
Tanya Rubin qualified at the University of Witwatersrand as a Social Worker in 1996. She then went on to study her Psychology Honours at UNISA. She has worked in the field of Statutory Social Work, Addiction and Corporate Training. She has been involved in the field of infertility counselling since 2005. She has a special interest in grief, loss and bereavement counselling as well as in the field of gamete donation. Her passion lies in assisting couples to cope with and navigate the unique emotional and spiritual demands of the journey of infertility. She currently works in Private Practice. She also works closely with the Malka Ella Fertility Fund.
Travelling the road of infertility can be lonely and scary, but it doesn’t need to be if it is shared with someone who knows what the journey is all about.