Meet Your FertilityCare Practitioner
Rebecca Luoma, CT(ASCP), FCP
Rebecca Luoma graduated from the University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2005 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Cytotechnology in 2006.
Since beginning her training to become a FertilityCare Practitioner in 2013, she has combined her love of science and helping others by working as a FertilityCare Practitioner and helping women and couples understand the beauty of their fertility.
Rebecca sees clients in Dubuque, IA, as well as long-distance via Skype or Zoom.
Learning the Creighton Model System involves attending a 90-minute Introductory Session and a series of follow-up teaching sessions. The reason for this structured teaching schedule is so that the system may be tailored for use by each individual or couple, allowing for the best possible personalized instruction. Attending the series of follow-up teaching sessions with a trained FertilityCare Practitioner, is essential for maximum effectiveness so that the woman/couple may quickly develop confidence and proficiency in their use of the system for their intentions.
Initial Follow-Up Sessions
Services and Fees
This 90 minute presentation introduces the CrMS and provides the information necessary to begin charting.
Individual Follow-Up Session
The key to successful use of the CrMS, the individual follow-up sessions allow the system to be tailored to the needs of the couple/woman, and aid in the rapid development of confidence in accurately making, recording, and interpreting observations.
This one-time fee is due when the first follow-up is scheduled and includes all start-up fees and materials for one year.
With the CrMS, you never have to go it alone! Long-term care continues with follow-up recommended every 6 to 12 months after completion of the initial 8 follow-ups.
Variations to the Basic Follow-Up Schedule
There are occasions which necessitate additional follow-ups beyond the standard structure. When this occurs, additional follow-ups occur every two to three weeks to allow a woman/couple’s chart to be accurately managed.
After completing the first two months of charting, breastfeeding women also maintain follow-up every six weeks until three cycles have been charted.