Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Registration Is Now Open!


I'm very excited to announce that registration is now open for the next Purposeful Conception: Preparing Your Mind, Body, and Life for Pregnancy online course, which begins October 3 and runs through November 5. This course will be the last one of the year.

Here's some of the positive feedback from the last course:

"This was an excellent course and a lot of thought, research, hard work, and love went into it - that is obvious. It was comforting to find a community of others who are really taking the time to plan for conception and parenthood, because I don't find that among my local community. Great job, Sara. Really and truly. This course was a big help to me and I will definitely recommend it to others!"

"I think that this course really shines in the lessons that require self-reflection. You brought up several issues that I hadn't really considered."

"Thanks to all the reflection, guided discussions, and useful advice from this course, [my] worry/fear has pretty much disappeared. My partner and I have figured out what 'ready' means to us, and it's not as hard as we thought it would be to get there. We have a short to-do list with achievable goals. I'm happy to be where I am right now in my life."

"Thanks for taking the time to put all of this information together and for sharing so much of yourself with us. I enjoyed the course."

"After working through the course I feel much more comfortable with the idea of having a child and much more prepared to expand my family."

"I was very ambivalent about having a child before taking this course. I now know that my husband and I are more prepared than I thought we were to have a child. For the areas in which we need some work, I now have concrete action steps to complete...It's wonderful to actually be excited about this next step instead of fearful or unsure."

"I have a long way to go, but I want to work on myself before having a baby. This course has helped me identify concrete areas that need work."

The Nitty, Gritty Details

What:
  • An online course and community focused on preparing our minds, bodies, and lives for pregnancy
When:
  • October 3-November 5
Cost:
  • $99 USD
How:
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Here's the more detailed version:

Are you thinking about getting pregnant or are you already actively trying? Welcome to Purposeful Conception! This course is for you.

The idea is simple: bringing a baby into the world is both an overwhelming joy and a life-changing commitment. When we approach conception with intention and purpose, we create a welcoming and prepared space for children in our lives.

This online course will help us position our minds, bodies, and lives for pregnancy. Over the course of five weeks, a new lesson will be uploaded each weekday. The lessons will address a whole host of topics, such as preparing your body through solid nutrition and exercise, finding balance between what you can and cannot control, making space in your life for pregnancy, deciding whether to track your cycle, building a solid partnership as a foundation for your future family, and much, much more. As a participant in the course, you'll receive information, tips, reflection exercises and prompts, access to interviews, and a community of like-minded kindred spirits who are on a journey similar to your own.

Interested in learning more? Visit the Course Overview or About the Author. Already prepared to join the community? Register now! Spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and will be limited to the first 100 participants. The total cost is $99 USD, and the course will begin on October 3, 2010. Happy Conceiving!

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2 comments:

Randa said...

This is random and probably not at all related BUT I thought it might be something that you would be interested in. The National Council on Family Relations certifies family life educators, who do all sorts of things. I believe that there would be more validity in your e-course [and any future family-related e-course] if you were a certified family life educator. It's not the easiest of all processes [I'm actually going through it right now but through my university] but I feel it's really worth the time.

Here's a link to their website just incase you're interested! http://ncfr.org/index.asp

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