Restorative, Integrative and Functional approaches to Women's Health.

The Complete Library of Courses on Women's Health

Best Value All-Inclusive Package

Includes all-access pass to our entire library for one full year. In addition, enjoy BONUS content only available in this special combo package, including:

$1,925+

$997

Individual Training Packages, all CME-eligible

Fertility and Infertility

Have you ever desired to do more for your patients struggling with infertility than simply referring them after a year of unsuccessful attempts at conception? This course pack will help you take a proactive approach to identifying and treating infertility. Your patients will thank you for shedding light on the mysteries of infertility.

$750

$497

Abnormal Cycles

Pelvic pain is among the most common and difficult to treat patient presentations in your office. Endometriosis and other causes of cyclical pain will no longer remain enigmatic as you learn how to identify and treat these problems. The added benefit of using a restorative approach will ensure that your treatment is inline with your patients’ health and fertility goals.

$575

$397

Emotional Wellness and Fertility

Mental health is a growing component of each and every patient visit. From how stress affects the menstrual cycle to how you can recognize and treat postpartum depression and anxiety, this package will help you engage and respond with sensitivity. Patients struggling with infertility and miscarriage have unique medical and psychological needs. In addition to learning the role of progesterone for prevention of miscarriage, the Organic Conceptions bonus course takes a deep dive into the management of emotion health in infertility.

$400

$297

Extra BONUS Courses

These EXTRA courses are included with the purchase of the Best Value All-Inclusive Package.  The Men’s Health and Fertility bundle is CME eligible. The additional 36 courses are not CME eligible. They do, however, cover a broad range of topics that will be of interest to every Health Care professional.

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1.0 - Understanding Fertility and Infertility
Topics Covered:
“One Egg is Enough” – by Dr. Phil Boyle.

Low AMH? Yes, it just takes one egg. Learn why using AMH as a diagnostic tool in predicting fertility isn’t a meaningful marker in Restorative Reproductive Medicine.

“The Truth About Reduced Ovarian Reserve and AMH” – by Dr. Phil Boyle.

Increase confidence in treating and managing successful pregnancies restoratively despite low Ovarian Reserve, and why AMH is not an important predictor when trying to conceive naturally.

“Stress and the Menstrual Cycle: the impact on the Mind and Body” – by Dr. Brooke Kalanick

Stress — its effects and what to do about it. This session provides changes providers can support patients to take to improve their metabolism, hormones and overall quality of life.

“Progesterone & Pregnancy – Rethinking The Normalcy of Miscarriage” – by Karen D. Poehailos

Progesterone is key to menstrual cycle health and vital to sustaining a healthy pregnancy through complete gestation. Dr. Karen Poehailos describes the effective, restorative approach that challenges the standard of care for recurrent miscarriage.

“Introduction To Acupuncture As A Complementary Treatment For SubFertility” – by Garry W. Lambert

Explore the collaborative approach acupuncture can play in reproductive health during the diagnostic and treatment process, and consider the evidence to support the potential effectiveness of acupuncture as a complementary or adjunct treatment in reproductive health and overall wellness.

“Can You Bio-Hack Egg Quality?” – Elisa Yao

In this session you’ll learn why AMH measurement isn’t the only marker that matters, signs of egg health (including clues patent’s can be taught to uncover through charting), the biomarkers for ovarian reserve as well as natural methods to improve egg quality.

2.0 - Fertility Awareness: Charting and Testing
Topics Covered:
“Fertility Awareness Methods Overview: Which Method is best for my patient?” – by Dr. Sammi Ratcliffe

Overview of different fertility awareness methods. With so many different fertility awareness based charting methods to choose from, deciding which method is the best fit for a patient can be daunting. Sammi Ratcliffe brings her experience working with women of every life stage with different health statuses, fertility goals, and personal convictions to help you assist your patients in discerning which method is best for them.

How to Recognize Normal vs. Abnormal Cycle Patterns” – by Dr. Teresa Kenney.

Abnormal cycle patterns and their possible causes: Learn what’s normal and abnormal during the menstrual cycle, root causes of abnormalities, and treatment options. Get an overview of what a “normal” cycle should look like with detailed insights on issues like pain and discomfort, spotting, and cycle phase length — from menarche through perimenopause.

The Diagnostic Power of Testing Progesterone Urine Metabolites” – by Dr. Amy Beckley.

Amy Beckley, Phd., CEO of MFB Fertility, presents on the use and technique of urinary progesterone metabolite measurement and applications of current assays. Learn how a new urine PDG test (Progesterone Ovulation Test “Proov,” https://proovtest.com) is being utilized to confirm ovulation status and the different conditions this can be used to support

Innovation in Ovulation Prediction Devices” – Rene Leiva

Explore the evidence of best markers for ovulation predictions and confirmation of ovulation for couples aiming to conceive. Review recent effciency studies in PdG testing.

“Sex Ed Rebooted: A New Approach to Teen Sexuality” – by Santiago Molina & Molly Daley

Explore the collaborative approach acupuncture can play in reproductive health during the diagnostic and treatment process, and consider the evidence to support the potential effectiveness of acupuncture as a complementary or adjunct treatment in reproductive health and overall wellness.

3.0 - Fertility Awareness: How to assess methods
Topics Covered:
What Can We Really Know About The Effectiveness of FABMs?” – by Joseph Stanford

Effectiveness of fertility-awareness based methods; What research do we have on how effective fertility awareness based methods are for spacing pregnancy? Is it even possible to compare effectiveness between methods based on the data? Professor Joseph Stanford translates research and statistics terms into understandable language in this fascinating session.

Just the Facts: Part 1 & 2” – by Marguerite Duane.

Learn about the different modern, science-based Fertility Awareness Based Methods, how they differ, and which might be best fit for your patient. Understand why the generally accepted effectiveness rates for natural methods of avoiding pregnancy are incorrect, and how to evaluate the most recent effectiveness rates.

Sex Ed Rebooted: A New Approach to Teen Sexuality” – Santiago Molina & Molly Daley

Teen charting: Most women don’t have empowering memories of sex ed class in school or their first menstruation experience. This session discusses the impact of changing the way we approach teen sexuality — and how empowering young people from the beginning with full knowledge about their bodies in a positive way has incredible results.

4.0 - Endometriosis and PMS
Topics Covered:
“The Endometriosis Enigma” – by Paul Yong

Discover how restorative approaches to endometriosis treatment can prevent recurrance eleminating the need for postoperative hormonal suppression.

“Targeted Diagnosis and Treatment for Premenstrual syndrome with Fertility Awareness Based Methods” – by Jeremy A. Kalamarides.

PMS — restorative approach to treatment. Moodiness, bloating, pain, headaches, migraines, depression, cravings, muscle aches, fatigue, insomnia…an astonishing 80% of women claim to experience these symptoms. PMS symptoms that interfere with daily life are not normal! Explore what causes these symptoms and some solutions that can resolve them.

“Killer Cramps Are Not Normal” – Santiago Molina & Patrick Yeung

Discover how restorative approaches to endometriosis treatment can prevent recurrance eleminating the need for postoperative hormonal suppression.

“Restorative Healthcare In Practice” – by: Nicholas Kongoasa

Explore this doctor’s approach to restorative reproductive healthcare, and the power and advancements being taken in minimally invasive surgery. A restorative, and holistic pattern of care can be successful in treating reproductive disorders, increase fertility outcomes and increase overall female health.

5.0 – PCOS & Abnormal Cycle Patterns
Topics Covered:
Got PCOS? You’re Not Alone” – by Tracey Parnell

What is PCOS? Look at the different criteria used in the diagnosis of PCOS, and how a restorative approach can provide management and treatment, instead of just covering up the disease.

“Ovulation: The Little-Known Vital Health Indicator” – by Pilar Vigil.

Understanding Ovulation as a sign of Health : In this epic deep dive into the sequential events leading up to ovulation, Dr. Pilar Vigil reveals the what, why, and how this is not just a function of reproduction: ovulation is a key indicator and remarkably reliable sign of health.

“How to Recognize Normal vs. Abnormal Cycle Patterns” – by Teresa Kenney

Abnormal cycle patterns and their possible causes: Learn what’s normal and abnormal during the menstrual cycle, root causes of abnormalities, and treatment options. Get an overview of what a “normal” cycle should look like with detailed insights on issues like pain and discomfort, spotting, and cycle phase length — from menarche through perimenopause.

“Stress and the Menstrual Cycle: the impact on the Mind and Body” – by: Brooke Kalanick

Stress — its effects and what to do about it. Dr Brooke specializes in finding root causes of serious symptoms and supports her clients back to vitality with surprisingly simple lifestyle shifts. This session provides changes providers can support patients to take to improve their metabolism, hormones and overall quality of life.

6.0 – Perimenopause & Abnormal Cycle Patterns
Topics Covered:
“Perimenopause Charting, Hormones and Supplementation” – by Allison B. Jung

Peri-menopause charting, hormones and supplementation, Learn exactly what women can expect in their bodies and on their charts into their 40s and 50s. Learn how to prepare for menopause with holistic solutions for the cause of symptoms. A restorative, cooperative perspective offers hope and empowerment for this inevitable season and is a refreshing alternative to the routine cover-ups involving artificial hormones, painkillers, and antidepressants.

“How to Recognize Normal vs. Abnormal Cycle Patterns” – by Teresa Kenney.

Abnormal cycle patterns and their possible causes: Learn what’s normal and abnormal during the menstrual cycle, root causes of abnormalities, and treatment options. Get an overview of what a “normal” cycle should look like with detailed insights on issues like pain and discomfort, spotting, and cycle phase length — from menarche through perimenopause.

“Stress and the Menstrual Cycle: the impact on the Mind and Body” – by Brooke Kalanick

Stress — its effects and what to do about it. Dr Brooke specializes in finding root causes of serious symptoms and supports her clients back to vitality with surprisingly simple lifestyle shifts. This session provides changes providers can support patients to take to improve their metabolism, hormones and overall quality of life.

“Ovulation: The Little-Known Vital Health Indicator” – by  Pilar Vigil

Understanding Ovulation as a sign of Health : In this epic deep dive into the sequential events leading up to ovulation, Dr. Pilar Vigil reveals the what, why, and how this is not just a function of reproduction: ovulation is a key indicator and remarkably reliable sign of health.

7.0 - Postpartum Depression & Psychology of Fertility
Topics Covered:
“Postpartum Depression and Anxiety – A Restorative Approach to Recovery” – by Naomi Whittaker

Postpartum depression and anxiety — restorative approach to treament; An estimated one in seven women suffer from depression in the year after giving birth—and most mothers do not get help. What exactly is postpartum depression—is there a known cause? Naomi Whittaker outlines the mainstream western approach to Postpartum Depression and Anxiety before revealing how she has learned to work cooperatively with a woman’s body to treat the underlying causes and improve mental health.

“Stress and the Menstrual Cycle: the impact on the Mind and Body” – by Brooke Kalanick

Stress — its effects and what to do about it. Dr Brooke specializes in finding root causes of serious symptoms and supports her clients back to vitality with surprisingly simple lifestyle shifts. This session provides changes providers can support patients to take to improve their metabolism, hormones and overall quality of life.

“Progesterone & Pregnancy – Rethinking The Normalcy of Miscarriage” – by Karen D. Poehailos

Progesterone support in pregnancy / recurrent miscarriage: Progesterone is key to menstrual cycle health and vital to sustaining a healthy pregnancy through complete gestation. Dr. Karen Poehailos describes the effective, restorative approach that challenges the standard of care for recurrent miscarriage.

8.0 - Emotional Wellness while Navigating Infertility
Topics Covered:
“Navigating Infertility: Practitioner Strategies to Manage the Emotional Impact of Fertility Clients” – by Kate Webster & Marc Sherman

This four-lesson class will take participants through the evidence-based approach that emerged from a multi-year study of couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility. Practitioners will learn the statistical importance of the 9 transitions that couples experience and the impact on their sense of self, ability to ope, and willingness to stay engaged in life. Upon completion, the practitioner will be able to stage clients across the 9 transitions, apply strategies that will help them to validate critical emotions, and provide techniques to reshapre and reframe common but powerful distortions in thinking that can impact a client’s emotional health and well-being.

9.0 - Men’s Health & Fertility
Topics Covered:
“The Importance of Testosterone – How to Supplement For Health and Fertility” – by Pierre Cloutier

Testosterone has a significant effect on a man’s health and fertility. Dr. Cloutier explores the various ways that testosterone deficiency can present. This presentation includes a review of the role of accurate diagnostic testing in establishing a diagnosis and subsequent treatment approaches.

“Empowering Men, Too” – by Dr. Martin Owen

Dr. Martin Owen discusses the impact of engaging men in the fertility awareness lifestyle in order to optimize physical health, communication, and relational harmony.

“Fertility as a Shared Gift – Reproductive and Hormonal Health in Men” – by Dr. Martin Owen

The male cycle and combined male/female fertility: Wait– do men have a cycle!? Get surprising info on the ‘male cycle’ and important signs of reproductive and hormonal health in men. With male infertility rising, learn why a cooperative approach to fertility is important for couples’ mindsets and healthcare strategies.