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Meet Your Practitioner

Jennifer Mokos, BS, EdM, CFCP; Certified Organic Conceptions Coach

Jennifer has been using the Creighton Model System since August 2010. She initially sought instruction in the system as a client struggling with infertility due to endometriosis. With the aid of NaProTECHNOLOGY, she was healed completely of this illness and shortly thereafter succeeded in conceiving and carrying to term, something other doctors had said was impossible.

Following this successful treatment, Jennifer decided to enter the FertilityCare Practitioner Education Program at the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction. She began teaching clients as an intern in November 2013, and successfully completed the education program, becoming a FertilityCare Practitioner, in May 2015. She is certified by the American Academy of FertilityCare Professionals (AAFCP), and is an active member of the AAFCP.

Jennifer is passionate about her work as a practitioner because she remembers well how it felt to be struggling with infertility and hear dire predictions from her doctors. With the help of NaProTECHNOLOGY, she found healing and hope, and wishes to aid other women and couples in their journeys.

Recently, in an effort to offer more emotional and spiritual support to couples dealing with infertility, Jennifer has partnered with Organic Conceptions, a research-based self-paced audio program that walks couples through the different emotional stages they will encounter in their journey, helping them to understand where they are along the journey and that they are not alone, and guiding them to a place of peace and acceptance, whether or not they are eventually able to conceive. Jennifer has trained to be a Certified Organic Conceptions Coach, to prepare her to lead and mentor couples through the program.

In her free time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, reading, doing needlework, and playing the violin in a community orchestra.