Practitioner Course

Fertility Masterclass

The Natural Fertility Masterclass will give you clear direction on how to identify potential causes of reduced fertility and how to best help your couples to become pregnant and importantly to carry their healthy baby to term.

Online Course
8 lessons


12 Months OR Subscriber Pass


90 min/lesson
12 Hours total


Amanda Haberecht
Belinda Kirkpatrick
Angela Hywood
Rhiannon Hardingham
Kate Powe
Angela Heap

About this course

The epidemic of infertility is getting worse and creating a huge population of couples trying desperately to create a family. Not being able to conceive or to be able carry a baby to term is devastating for a couple.

These people are highly motivated and are spending a frightening amount of money on medical techniques to become and stay pregnant. Specialisation in this field is perhaps the busiest of all natural care specialties. Natural healthcare has proven to be highly successful at enabling women to become pregnant and to carry through to a healthy birth.

The Natural Fertility Masterclass will give you clear direction on how to identify potential causes of reduced fertility and how to best help your couples to become pregnant and importantly to carry their healthy baby to term.

Your team presenting this Masterclass are all very experienced, passion clinicians that will share their many years of experience with you. You will be covering the major causes of reduced fertility and they will show you how they use the most effective and researched natural solutions.
What you receive:
  • Clear protocol explanations from some of the world's top practitioners
  • Clinical pearls for improved practice results
  • Access to your audio and video recordings via the App Store
  • A downloadable PDF of the presenter’s slides
  • Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
  • Access to the community hub where you can get answers to your questions
  • A 30-day money back guarantee

From this course you will

  • How to identify the many causes of reduced fertility in potential mothers and fathers
  • What tests you may need to run to confirm your patient’s issues
  • How to interpret the results of any of the assessments you may run
  • Which lifestyle factors may be reducing a man or a woman’s fertility that most clinicians are unaware of
  • What strategies you can use to improve conception rates
  • Specific strategies to improve Mum’s ability to carry safely to term
  • When your patient needs specialist medical care and who to refer to

What's in this course

Your Presenters

Amanda Haberecht

Amanda Haberecht ND has practiced as a naturopath for over 22 years with a special interest in all aspects of women’s health from puberty to menopause. Amanda worked as a naturopath at The Jocelyn Centre with Francesca Naish for 10 years before she established the Darling Street Health Centre in Balmain, Sydney.

A passionate clinician at heart, Amanda was motivated to establish a multi-disciplinary clinic in the Inner West of Sydney to offer a professional and integrative approach to health and wellbeing. At Darling Street, Health Centre naturopathic practitioners work alongside other allied health professionals and medical practitioners to offer patients thorough and truly holistic care. Over the last eight years, the clinic has become one of Sydney’s major naturopathic centres for women’s health and fertility support.

Specialising in reproductive health, infertility, miscarriage prevention and preconception care, Amanda offers an alternative model for women and their partners experiencing issues surrounding conception. Amanda utilises both conventional and complementary medical models to diagnose and address any issues that could be compromising a couple’s chance to conceive a healthy baby. She is a regular keynote speaker on preconception and pregnancy health, natural fertility management and naturopathic IVF support.

Belinda Kirkpatrick

Belinda Kirkpatrick BHSc(Nat), MRepMed, AssocDegClinSci is the author of ‘Healthy Hormones’ and creator of the period-tracking iPhone App ‘Seed’, is an expert Naturopath and Nutritionist with over 13 years of clinical experience.

Belinda specialises in women’s health and is especially passionate about hormonal health, fertility management and miscarriage prevention. Belinda is known for her extensive knowledge of natural and conventional treatment in addition to her evidence-based approach to integrative healthcare.

Belinda’s tertiary qualifications include Masters of Reproductive Health, Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy), Associate Degree in Clinical Sciences and Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy.

Angela Hywood

Angela Hywood BSc (Complementary Medicine/Naturopathy), Dip Bot Med, Dip Hom, Dip CN; Dip Natural Fertility Management, ND 
M.ANTA; Fellow NHAA; Member Association of Perinatal Naturopathic Doctors (APND) is an experienced specialist naturopathic clinician with over 22 years of clinical experience. Angela has run thriving practices in both Sydney Australia & Boston USA over the past 20 years. After having her second baby in 2015, she and her family relocated Perth WA, her hometown. Angela has recently established a new practice in women health, endocrinology, gynaecology and obstetrics in Nedlands WA.

Prior to Angela’s career in naturopathy, she studied at the School of Pharmacy, Curtin University of Technology in WA and has a strong interest in herbal safety, herb-drug interactions and pharmacology. Angela is a well-known speaker at complementary and integrative medicine conferences both in Australia and internationally (NZ, USA, Canada, UK). As an author, Angela has published articles in CAM journals in Australia and USA and contributed as an author to the text Botanical Medicine for Women’s Health by Aviva Romm (Elsevier) and Clinical Naturopathic Medicine, Second Edition by Leah Hechtman (Elsevier). Angela holds faculty positions in esteemed institutes such as Miami Medical School Integrative Medicine Department; Bastyr University Post Grad Ed Dept; ACNEM Primary Course training for Integrative GP’s in Australia.

Angela’s clinical passion for the art and science of herbal medicine, clinical nutrition, homoeopathy and lifestyle medicines are tailored into dynamic clinical programs for her patients. Her passion and motivation is to help women of all ages flourish and to restore mental, emotional and hormonal health & fertility to women of this generation and the next.

Rhiannon Hardingham

Rhiannon Hardingham ND has been focused on treating men’s and women’s reproductive health, infertility and naturopathic IVF support for the past 14 years, the past 9 of these as a key member of the team at Melbourne’s Fertile Ground Health Group.

Committed to the successful integration of natural and conventional medicine, Rhiannon works closely with her patient’s medical specialists to help them to achieve optimal fertility and best results from assisted reproductive treatments. Her success with patient outcomes is a reflection of her diligence and a keen sense of curiosity to find long-awaited answers in complex cases, earning her the respect of many IVF specialists in Melbourne.

As a testament to her collaborative approach, Rhiannon has been invited to present at the 2019 Fertility Society of Australia conference on the topic of Naturopathic IVF Support. She is the first naturopath to be invited to speak at this prestigious annual medical conference. She is also regularly invited to present to medical professionals and naturopaths alike regarding the benefits of collaborative management for IVF & obstetric patients.

Kate Powe

Kate Powe ND is a qualified Naturopath with a passion for helping women to reclaim their health and create a happy and empowered life. Her personal experience with endometriosis instigated a shift from an established corporate career to natural medicine where she now educates and supports women through their own health journeys, integrating evidence-based medicine with mind-body principles. She runs her own online clinic helping women across the globe with their cycle and hormone health, with a particular focus on endometriosis, PCOS, and perimenopause.

Kate holds an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy from Nature Care College and a Bachelor of Arts (English) from the University of Sydney. She is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society and regularly contributes to a number of podcasts both in Australian and internationally on the topics of endometriosis, adenomyosis and women’s health.

Angela Heap 

Angela Heap DipNT. is a Nutritionist with 11 years’ experience in fertility and pregnancy. She runs a successful London-based clinic and works internationally with clients. She also lectures on Fertility and Pregnancy for the British College of Nutritional Health, The British Association or Nutritional Therapists and The College of Naturopathic Medicine where she studied and now trains Nutritional Therapists on how to use functional tests.

Last year she presented on clinical fertility as part of one of the biggest international conference on Fertility and Pregnancy with prominent International Gynaecologists, Paediatricians, Doctors and Naturopathic Doctors in their field in ‘ The Gestational Journey’. Her area of special interest is multiple miscarriages, thyroid health, PCOS and genetics. She has been interviewed for podcasts and has taken part in many fertility summits over the years. She also writes for magazines on Fertility and pregnancy.

She has supported many couples in their fertility journeys, many of them suffered from reproductive issues such as endometriosis, PCOS and sperm health issues. Many of them went on from this to conceive naturally and others through Assisted Reproductive Technology and in 2013 Angela had an 80% success rate which she hopes to continue in the coming years.

Over the last few years Angela has strengthened her development and knowledge of fertility by honing her skills and diagnostic tools, focusing heavily on Functional Medicine and genetics as the key that opens the lock to infertility. Digging deeper into this area she completed training on genes, epigenetics and using DNA testing to help add the final piece to the puzzle of ‘unexplained infertility’.