Jennifer Svagera

FertilityCare Practitioner

Jennifer started using Creighton Model in 2007 after hearing about the health benefits.  She became passionate about NaProTECHNOLOGY and women's health and wanted to share her story.  Jennifer entered the Creighton Model Practitioner program through Saint Paul VI Institute, Omaha, NE, in 2013.  The science behind the Creighton Model FertilityCare System still fascinates Jennifer and she spends time reading and learning more in her free time.

Jennifer has personally struggled with severe endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, thyroid abnormalities, and PMS.  She has had 3 miscarriages, a loss at 24 weeks gestation, and has 3 living children.  From personal and professional experience, Jennifer knows and understands the many frustrations with women's cycles, health, and fertility.   

One thing Jennifer likes her clients to know is that learning Creighton Model charting and using the information whether for health reasons, achieving, or avoiding, is a process.  It takes time.  This can be the most frustrating part - you've made it this far and are ready for answers!  Jennifer can help you navigate this time and encourage you through the process.  

Kealey Butler

Certified FertilityCare Practitioner

Kealey is a Certified FertilityCare Practitioner.  She loves teaching the Creighton Model as there is so much information that women and couples deserve to know about their health and fertility.  Kealey loves that the Creighton Model works cooperatively with the woman's cycle to provide her with the best solution that's designed for optimal health.  

Kealey has been married to her husband and best friend (Brandon) since 2011.  When they began trying to grow their family, they found themselves struggling with infertility.  The physical and emotional toll of infertility was a massive burden that they carried for nearly five years.  Their diagnosis - unexplained infertility and the only chance to achieve pregnancy would likely be IVF.

 

They did not expect to have this suffering within their lives, yet it brought them closer to one another, their faith, and dropped them into the world of NaProTECHNOLOGY.  After the birth of their first child, Kealey began training to become a FertilityCare Practitioner (2017) with the Saint Paul VI Institute.  Today they have found some causes to their "unexplained infertility" and recurring miscarriage as well as assistance in maintaining pregnancy.  Brandon and Kealey have three living children and three losses.