Judith Daniluk

Professor, University of British Columbia

Women’s sexuality, reproductive health and decision-making, psychosocial consequences of infertility, voluntary and involuntary childlessness, delayed childbearing, fertility knowledge and awareness, egg freezing to delay childbearing



Dr. Judith Daniluk is a professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, BC. She specializes in women’s sexuality and reproductive health. In addition to training masters and doctoral students in Counselling Psychology, Daniluk has published more than 70 articles in professional and academic books and journals. She is the author of Women’s Sexuality Across the Lifespan: Challenging Myths, Creating Meanings and The Infertility Survival Guide: How to Cope with the Challenges While Maintaining your Sanity, Dignity and Relationships. She has been featured on numerous radio shows and in newspaper and magazine articles, as an expert on women’s sexuality and reproductive health.


  • Women’s sexuality
  • Reproductive health and decision-making
  • Psychosocial consequences of infertility
  • Voluntary and involuntary childlessness
  • Delayed childbearing
  • Fertility knowledge and awareness
  • Egg freezing to delay childbearing

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