Fertility Awareness Educator Sara at Reverence Fertility reading the book Period Repair Manual by Lara Briden

Information Sessions to Promote Reproductive Education: Sliding Scale Offering

Information sessions cater to your curiosity, questions and concerns about issues related to reproductive health or fertility awareness charting. Below are some headliners to give you an idea of the kinds of topics that could be addressed at an information session.

Overview of the different types of fertility awareness based methods (FABMs).

Why can't basal body temperature (BBT) predict ovulation? A closer look at how BBT functions and how it's useful for cycle charting.

The science of cervical mucus explained.

Where to begin with addressing moderate or severe period pain.

How do hormonal forms of contraception actually function, and what are some of the pros and cons of opting for their use?

How does emergency contraception function, and what kinds of options are available to use?

Chart review for folks who self-taught using the Justisse Method.

Chart review for folks who self-taught without using a specific method of fertility awareness.*

*If you're using a specific method of fertility awareness (but it's not the Justisse Method), then it's recommended that you seek guidance from a FAM Educator who is trained to interpret your chart according to the rules of your method. Reach out if you need support to get connected with someone.

A variety of other topics may be discussed by request!

Sliding scale pay options are $25, $50, $75, or $100 for a one-hour, private session via ZOOM. Payment can be made via PayPal or Venmo. You choose the amount you can pay.

To request an information session, please fill out the quick form below. Watch for an email from Sara (sara@reverencefertility.com) confirming that your request fits within her scope of practice. The email will include a link to schedule your session, and to select your payment amount and payment method. In the event that your request is outside of Sara's scope of practice, then an effort will still be made to provide resources (via email) toward obtaining the information you need.

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