NFP is about identifying the fertile days of the cycle through the observation of signs and symptoms and using that knowledge to avoid or achieve pregnancy.
Medical / scientific research has supported the effectiveness of the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM) as a method of family planning with up to 99.6% effectiveness at avoiding a pregnancy when used correctly.
The Australian Council of Natural Family Planning (ACNFP) sets the standard for training and accreditation of NFP STM educators in clinical and non-clinical work.
Our accredited educators provide personalised services for couples and individuals as well as community education programmes. All services are tailored to suit each situation.
Our accredited educators in Natural Family Planning (NFP) provide personalised services for couples and individuals, as well as community programmes.
Whenever required, we work together with medical doctors for individual needs and situations.
Clients can be assured that all services through an ACNFP affiliated Centre are provided by a highly trained, accredited educator. Appointments are conducted in a private and confidential setting where the clients’ specific needs are considered and catered for. ACNFP affiliated Centres offer standardised client services and materials.
NFP can assist you to maximise your chances of conceiving by identifying the fertile phase of the cycle.
Our educators help you to use STM correctly and effectively (99.6%) and naturally to avoid pregnancy.
Learn to identify your body’s natural signs of fertility while the effects of the pill or hormonal implants wear off.
Your STM chart can assist doctors with identifying causes and pinpoint the right time for tests and treatments.
Learn the Lactational Amenorrhoea Method (LAM) or STM to identify your continuing infertility after baby’s birth and track your eventual fertility return.
Charting signs and symptoms of fertility can put your mind at rest at this difficult time as menopause approaches.
If you are not able to attend a clinic in person we offer remote appointments using teleconferencing, email or phone.
Pre-Menstrual Syndrome can be confusing and distressing. Your NFP Centre can offer information and support.
Fertility Education for single women, enabling them to monitor their reproductive health.