Fertility Therapy is a holistic approach to optimizing your health and wellbeing ahead of natural or assisted conception and/or for menstrual health. We will take an in-depth view of your health, any presenting symptoms and diagnosed medical conditions. This will allow us to look at ways to make positive changes to aid either your preparation for conception and pregnancy and/or your hormonal health.
Who is it for?
We aim to assist couples/individuals who would like help with any of the following:
- Natural conception
- Assisted conception; IVF; ICSI; IUI
- Menstrual cycle/hormonal imbalance leading to infertility
- Endometriosis; fibroids; PCOS
- Sperm quality and quantity
- General health and wellbeing – creating the optimum health for Mums and Dads to be.
How can we help?
- We can deal with releasing negative mental and emotional issues, limiting beliefs, fears, uncertainty, depression, confusion and even anger at your body for not being pregnant.
- Our program is formulated to reduce stress which helps to enhance the immune system, restore hormonal balance and creates a healthy body that will accept and nurture a pregnancy.
- It helps to promote positivity and relaxation, creating the optimum conditions in your mind and body to invite a state conducive to becoming pregnant and nurturing a pregnancy
Benefits of the Program for Fertility:
- Research conducted on the program in the US has been associated with increased pregnancy rates
- Helps reduce the physical symptoms of stress
- Builds an understanding of the stress response and its impact on the body
- Increases the ability to elicit the relaxation response to calm the mind and the body in order to heal and prevent further injury
- Increases positive interactions and relationship between the mind and the physical body
- Reduces feelings of isolation, sadness, anxiety, guilt and anger through connecting and sharing with others who have shared experiences of infertility
- Increases your own sense of autonomy and ability to contribute to your wellbeing
- Improves lifestyle habits which may be negatively affecting infertility
- Develops coping skills for dealing with families, friends, partners, sharing your experiences of infertility
- Enhances self-esteem and self-worth through positive connections with others also on their infertility journey
- Develops life skills to enable better coping through other stressful life events
- Reduces the power of overwhelming negative and catastrophic thinking that can be common when coping with infertility
We need nothing less than a revolution in our attitudes towards conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting to attain the near prefect knowledge of childbirth which women’s body already has.