Women’s sexuality and reproductive health; Voluntary and involuntary childlessness; Clinical supervision; Developmental transitions in adult life.
Canadian Psychological Association, Elected Fellow (2000)
Outstanding Non-Research Article Award
Canadian Counselling Association (1991)
Centre for Research in Women’s Studies and Gender Relations (UBC) Research Scholar (1992)
Izaak Walton Killam Doctoral Research Scholarship
Daniluk, J.C. (2001). The infertility survival guide: Everything you need to know to cope with the challenges while maintaining your sanity, dignity, and relationships. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger.
Daniluk, J.C. (1998). Women’s sexuality across the lifespan: Challenging myths, creating meanings. New York: Guilford Publications. Paperback Edition released in 2003.
Refereed Journal Articles:
Daniluk, J.C., & Koert, E. (2013). The other side of the fertility coin: A comparison of childless men’s and women’s knowledge of fertility and assisted reproductive technology. Fertility and Sterility, 99 (3), 839-846. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fertnstert.2012.10.033
Daniluk, J.C., & Koert, E. (2012). Childless Canadian men’s and women’s childbearing intentions, attitudes towards, and willingness to use assisted human reproduction. Human Reproduction 27(8), 2405-2412.
Daniluk, J.C., Koert, E., & Cheung, A.P. (2012). Childless Women’s Knowledge of Fertility and Assisted Human Reproduction: Identifying the Gaps. Fertility and Sterility, 97 (2), 420-426.
Hirakata, P.E., & Daniluk, J.C. (2009). Swimming upstream: The experiences of academic mothers of young children. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 43 (4), 283-294.
Majcher, J., & Daniluk, J.C. (2009). The process of becoming a supervisor for students in a doctoral training course. Training & Education in Professional Psychology, 3 (2), 63-71.
Daniluk, J.C., & Browne, N. (2008). Religious Doctrine and Women’s Sexuality: Reconciling the Contradictions. Women & Therpay, 31(1) 129-142.
Kranz, K.C., & Daniluk, J.C. (2006). Living outside the box: Lesbian families created through the use of anonymous donor insemination. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 86, 1-33.
Winter, A., & Daniluk, J.C. (2004). A gift from the heart: The experiences of women whose egg donation helped their sisters become mothers. Journal of Counseling and Development. 82, 483-495.
Daniluk, J.C. & Hurtig-Michell, J. (2003). Themes of hope and healing: Infertile couples experiences of adoption. Journal of Counseling and Development, 81, 389-399.
Daniluk, J.C. (2001). “If we had it to do over again…”: Couples’ reflections on their experiences of infertility treatments. The Family Journal 9 (2), 122-133.
Daniluk, J. C. (2001). Reconstructing their lives: A longitudinal, qualitative analysis of the transition to biological childlessness for infertile couples. Journal of Counseling and Development, 79(4), 439-449.
Webb, R., & Daniluk, J.C. (1999). The end of the line: Infertile men’s experiences of being unable to produce a child. Men and Masculinity, 2(1), 6-25.
Research Funding Sources and Current Projects
CIHR, SSHRC, HSS, Health Canada
Fertility Awareness Online – the development and maintenance of the educational website MyFertilityChoices.com to support informed reproductive decision-making.
Fertility Awareness Survey (FAS) and (FAS-M) – development of a national on-line questionnaire assessing adult Canadian women and men’s fertility knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about delay childbearing, and assisted human reproduction treatments and parenting options.
Watch Dr. Judith Daniluk present how a series of life events and decisions have led to a passionate and successful career as a clinical researcher and professor of Counselling Psychology at the University of British Columbia.