Toward Sustainable Reproductive Healthcare: Supporting Our Clients through Their Fertility Journeys – A Workshop for Health Practitioners with Julia Indichova
“If you have clients or want to have clients dealing with fertility issues the work of Julia Indichova will be of great value to you. Julia has been a friend and colleague for many years and I can speak for her great passion, success and integrity in the fertility field. Based on her own experience and that of hundreds of successfully conceiving couples, Julia has developed a wholistic approach that can be followed alone or in conjunction with the standard medical approach.”
– Heidi Washburn, Advanced Craniosacral Therapist, Instructor & Mentor
“My name is Lisa Arsova and I am an acupuncturist in Texas…I would like to get a better understanding of your program so that I can explain it knowledgeably to my patients for referral…I absolutely loved your book Inconceivable, and it is the one book I loan out to patients that I never get back… I may need to order them in bulk so I can just give them away… ”
Sunday April 30th 6:00-8:00PM – Woodstock NY
In the last two decades, a growing number of people facing fertility challenges have sought to augment conventional treatment with holistic and mind-body treatment options. And thanks to practitioners like Lisa (and perhaps some of you) my books, Inconceivable and later The Fertile Female have continued to grow in popularity.
The April 30th, “Turning Toward Sustainable Reproductive Healthcare” workshop for healthcare practitioners, hopes to respond to the many requests from friends and colleagues, practitioners of both mainstream and holistic modalities who have expressed interest in learning about the Fertile Heart approach to reproductive issues.
The Fertile Heart OVUM Program, is an original mind/body practice that evolved through my personal experience and my work with thousands of women and men in the last two decades of counseling and teaching.
Today the Fertile Heart practice is a respected resource among those dealing with their own infertility challenges as well as among leading reproductive endocrinologists, and healthcare practitioners.
The workshops intends to –
- introduce you to The Fertile Heart (FH) program; including workshops, support teleconferences and fertileheart.com
- familiarize you with tools and resources available to those who would like to provide additional support to their patients and clients –including the upcoming Fertile Heart video series
- provide the growing FH community of women and couples with referrals to healthcare practitioners who are familiar with the FH Program. (The Fertile Heart offline referral network will be transitioning to an online Fertile Heart Resource Network in 2016.)
- To encourage awareness of holistic options and the Fertile Heart OVUM Practice, we have recently launched the Fertile Heart Fertility and Wellness Affiliate Program for anyone engaged in fertility-related outreach.
I look forward to connecting with you and introducing this “third child” to a community of like minded colleagues.
Julia Indichova is the author of The Fertile Female: How the Power of Longing for a Child Can Save Your Life and Change the World (Adell Press 2007). The 20th Anniversary Edition of her first book, Inconceivable is due for publication by Harmony Books in 2017. The Fertile Heart™ OVUM Practice is an original fertility enhancing program that emerged through a decade and a half of counseling. Julia Indichova’s work has been endorsed by leading reproductive endocrinologists and her story and program was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, Oxygen, Discovery Health, Huffington Post, and other outlets. Julia’s profile is featured in the 9 People to Watch This Year (2016) Cover Story of the Hudson Valley Magazine. After 9/11 Julia initiated The 9// Bowing Project focused on applying the tools of her fertility program to the peace efforts.
A most valuable resource not only for women but also for their partners. The Fertile Female is a thoughtful, passionate and loving guide to the intangibles that surely contribute to difficulty in conceiving. – Marc Goldstein M.D., F.A.C.S. Cornell Institute for Reproductive Medicine