Janetti Marotta

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Janetti Marotta, Ph.D. is the author of 50 Mindful Steps to Self-Esteem: Everyday Practices for Cultivating Self-Acceptance and Self-Compassion. She has been a psychologist in private practice since 1987 and is Coordinator of the Mind-Body Program at Palo Alto Medical Foundation Fertility Physicians where she founded the Fertility Support and Mindfulness Programs. Since completing her B.A. from Yale University and Ph.D. from University of Nevada, Reno she has served on the Medical Staff of Stanford University Medical Center and has treated issues of self-worth as it relates to the broad spectrum of life challenges.

Since 1971, she has practiced transcendental meditation, zen meditation, kriya yoga, kundalini yoga, and vipassana meditation (
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Quieting the Mind, Calming the Body: Approaching Fertility Challenges with Mindfulness and Emotional Balancing

Being confronted by infertility often means dealing with overwhelming stress. Caring for your body, mind, and spirit is not just important, it’s essential. Learning to stay present and maintain equanimity can be a gift with this journey.  Mindfulness and finding emotional balance through Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles can help you navigate the complex network of emotional and phy...

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