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Creighton Model FertilityCare Practicioner Training
Help couples discover what every couple needs to know, and what every woman has a right to know about fertility. Marguerite d’Youville FertilityCare Services provides training to become a Creighton Model FertilityCare Practitioner. The Program consists of 2 Education Phases and 2 Supervised Practicum, Site Visit and exam. The Education Phases will be conducted at the Gianna Family Care Center in Londonderry, NH. This eliminates the travel and room & board expenses often associated with this program.
The Education Phase I, usually taught in 8 consecutive days, will be conducted over two 4 day weekends making it easier for the student to leave job or family for the training.
The Supervised Practicum will be conducted in the student’s home town or parish.
The FertilityCare System is 99% effective to space pregnancy and offers couples who are experiencing infertility hope to achieve their dream of pregnancy without artificial reproductive technologies and in keeping with the teachings of the church. To learn more about the program and about establishing a FertilityCare Center in your parish contact: Kathy Rivet, CFCE at 603-232-3141 or e-mail at MargueriteFertilityCare@gmail.com.
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Avoiding and Achieving a Pregnancy Naturally
Couples can plan and space their children with relative ease using modern methods of Natural Family Planning. Today’s natural methods are highly effective when used to achieve pregnancy, 99% effective to avoid or postpone pregnancy, and 100% natural.
Natural Methods of Family Planning:
Click on the links below to learn more about how these methods can assist you.
A Couple's Perspective on Natural Family Planning
Natural Family Planning is often confused with the outdated rhythm method of family planning which was very limiting and unreliable. Today's NFP can be used to achieve or avoid pregnancy with a great deal of accuracy, help with conditions like PMS, infertility, and repeated miscarriages, and strengthen the communication and bond between a husband and wife.
Information on any of these methods can be obtained by contacting:
Diocese of Manchester
The Catholic Church in New Hampshire
153 Ash Street, Box 310
Manchester, NH 03105-0310
Fax: (603) 669-0377
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