Dignitas FertilityCare Services is committed to taking a whole-person and couple approach and firmly believes that the alignment of our mind, body and spirit can have a profound impact on our lives. As part of this commitment, we are proud to offer our couples (who are on their journey to parenthood) this unique self discovery program designed to optimize your emotional health and well-being. Through a multi-year research project Organic Conceptions has created a program that will help validate and empower you on your personal journey to parenthood and beyond. We are proud to incorporate this offer as part of your overall care.
Organic Conceptions “Journey to Parenthood and Beyond” is a 5 part audio program that delves into the remarkable findings from couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility. Narrated by Marc Sherman and Ph.D Kate Webster, they discuss in detail the patterns, commonalities, and insights that were discovered in this multi-year study. These findings and the lessons that emerged, now serve as a guide to help couples embrace and emerge from their struggle, no matter where they are on their path to parenthood.
Through guided discussions, journaling, and applying the exercises that follow each of the nine tipping points in the program, couples can understand the how their thoughts manifest within their bodies and how they can re-frame common but powerful distortions. Couples will realize they are much more than their "age", "lab results" and other "labels" that limit what is possible. Couples will gain clarity, take back control, and reach forward together with peace and optimism.
It is NOT about letting go or just relaxing—it IS about leaning in with awareness
It is NOT about age being the primary determinant of fertility—it IS about the mind/body/spirit interaction in fertility
It is NOT about controlling an outcome—it IS about being adaptable and flexible in the face of tremendous stress and uncertainty
It is NOT about reactive thinking—it IS about taking action with thoughtful intention
It is NOT about teaching couples to live with a “fragmented-self”—it IS about guiding them to recapture their “whole-self”