“Nature is creative, and we are part of nature.”
– Dr Elizabeth Muir
"It is my deepest wish that through my work I can help potential mothers accomplish their dreams – to transform what once appeared impossible into possible."

“… I was told that I would never conceive naturally. One of my tubes was surgically removed having been damaged by an ectopic pregnancy. Six months after the completion of treatment with Dr Muir, I conceived my first baby. Just a few months later after his delivery I conceived naturally my second child. At the age of 38, I am a proud mother of two healthy children…”
(Miriam, age 38)
About Dr Elizabeth Muir
Dr Elizabeth Muir
Elizabeth Muir MSc., (Psych), Ph.D, MNACHP
Accredited Member of National Association of Counsellors, Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists

Elizabeth trained as a clinical psychologist.  She obtained her doctorate from the Department of Psychology, University of Reading and her diploma in psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and counselling from the UK Training College at St. Charles Hospital, London.

Dr Muir is also a former Director of The Fertility Enhancement Therapy Group, and a former registered member of the Association of Professional Therapists. Elizabeth’s involvement in psychosomatic infertility, pregnancy and childbirth derives from her interests in psychosomatics going back thirty years ago when she wrote her first dissertation on ‘The Psychosomatic Patterns of Human Response to Stress’

Dr Muir continues to specialise in helping women who have "unexplained infertility", who desperately want babies but who fail to get pregnant, by treating them with a specially designed programme involving a combination of hypnotherapeutic and psychological interventions. She works closely with obstetricians, endocrinologists, nutritionists and other therapists specialised in the natural enhancement of fertility, pregnancy and childbirth. In fact, the successes of her fertility programme have been featured in articles across the national media. Presently Elizabeth is working on her first book and anticipates this work to be completed by the end of 2009.