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Navigating Infertility, new research exposing 9 critical transitions from couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility

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Navigating Infertility, new research exposing 9 critical transitions from couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility

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Description During this webinar Kate and Marc will take participants through an overview of the 9 key transitions that emerged in this multi-year study of couples who unexpectedly overcome infertility. Practitioners will learn the importance of these 9 transitions and how they come to impact a client's sense of self, ability to cope, and willingness to stay engaged and connected life. They will share how practitioners can apply these transitions to bring emotional support and self-discovery for their patience who are either in treatment, considering treatment or those looking for an alternative approach to conception. Learning Objectives: - Understand the research approach and methodology - Learn about the common but powerful distortions that couples face when struggling to conceive - Review the 9 critical transitions and the powerful impact of the mind/body connection - Discuss emotional support strategies to help validate, normalize and empower couples Kate and Marc are presented a Healthy Seminars course approved for 5 CEU/PDA/CPDs on Navigating Infertility: Strategies to manage the emotional impact on the mind & hearts of clients. Click here to register If you are struggling with infertility and want to use Kate and Marc's 8 week program to help you conceive then follow links below: * 8 Week Audio Program ** Complete Online Program: Journey to Parenthood & Beyond Audio Program *** CD Box Set and On-Line Access: Journey to Parenthood & Beyond Audio Program

Kate obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Alaska Southeast (1995) and a PhD in Behavioral Psychology from the University of Rhode Island (2001). Her training is in behavioural and social psychology with a focus on multivariate statistics and research methods. She has worked within the Alaska State Legislature, Brown University (Butler Campus), Kent Hospital/Care New England, the University of Rhode Island and Various B2B and B2C Fortune 500 companies developing experimental designs and applying multivariate analysis investigating the efficacy of various programs and/or campaign strategies targeting behavior change and tracking the customer and patient's journey.

She is passionate about connecting with people, students, teaching, understanding multicultural and gender issues, social and health psychology, and developing and challenging our theoretical models and the analytic methodologies to which they are anchored.

She lives on her boat (Outlier) with her dog (Homer). She remains actively engaged in researching women’s health issues and believes in advancing the role of women in science. She cares deeply about our planet at the global and community level. She is a Do-It-Yourselfer type and love all types of water sports.

Marc is a husband and father of 3 children Maxwell (12), Emerson (6) and Kennedy (4). He graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelors in Marketing. He has spent over 20 years working in a variety of sales and marketing leadership positions at American Power Conversion and Schneider Electric.

For the last 3 years Marc has dedicated himself and his work to forming the Organic Conceptions organization. They are dedicated to uncovering the patterns, insights and commonalities from couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility. It is his belief that society evolves through shared experiences. What they learn though these stories allows them to provide couples with the critical emotional support and self-discovery tools that can dramatically alter their journey to parenthood and beyond.

On a personal note, he loves clamming, grilling, boating and enjoying the summer months with his family at the beach!

Kate obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Alaska Southeast (1995) and a PhD in Behavioral Psychology from the University of Rhode Island (2001). Her training is in behavioural and social psychology with a focus on multivariate statistics and research methods. She has worked within the Alaska State Legislature, Brown University (Butler Campus), Kent Hospital/Care New England, the University of Rhode Island and Various B2B and B2C Fortune 500 companies developing experimental designs and applying multivariate analysis investigating the efficacy of various programs and/or campaign strategies targeting behavior change and tracking the customer and patient's journey.

She is passionate about connecting with people, students, teaching, understanding multicultural and gender issues, social and health psychology, and developing and challenging our theoretical models and the analytic methodologies to which they are anchored.

She lives on her boat (Outlier) with her dog (Homer). She remains actively engaged in researching women’s health issues and believes in advancing the role of women in science. She cares deeply about our planet at the global and community level. She is a Do-It-Yourselfer type and love all types of water sports.

Marc is a husband and father of 3 children Maxwell (12), Emerson (6) and Kennedy (4). He graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelors in Marketing. He has spent over 20 years working in a variety of sales and marketing leadership positions at American Power Conversion and Schneider Electric.

For the last 3 years Marc has dedicated himself and his work to forming the Organic Conceptions organization. They are dedicated to uncovering the patterns, insights and commonalities from couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility. It is his belief that society evolves through shared experiences. What they learn though these stories allows them to provide couples with the critical emotional support and self-discovery tools that can dramatically alter their journey to parenthood and beyond.

On a personal note, he loves clamming, grilling, boating and enjoying the summer months with his family at the beach!



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