How Do I Learn NFP?
NFP Registration Form
NFP instruction is offered by certified instructors in a variety of formats at many locations in the Archdiocese. All programs provide instruction, individual assistance with chart interpretation, telephone consultations, and long term follow-up. Each program has its own fee schedule, which is inclusive of instruction, materials and follow-up. Alternative payment arrangements are available. Pre-registration is required at all programs.
What You Need To Do
First, decide which method you would like to learn. Be advised that a course of instruction and follow-up will take several months to complete. Click here for the Method Comparison Chart.
Second, contact an NFP instructor to obtain a current schedule of classes or to register for a class. Classes begin on a regular basis.
A Special Note
If you are living with infertility or any reproductive disorder the services of NaPro Technology are available. NaPro Technology is a new reproductive science that cooperates with the procreative mechanisms in producing a treatment that corrects the condition, maintains the human ecology and sustains the procreative potential. It respects the dignity of woman and the integrity of marriage. NaPro Technology was developed at the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction. NaPro Technology is delivered through the services of trained medical doctors and Creighton/ Fertility Care NFP teachers. For more information, please visit the web site for the Pope Paul VI Institute or contact a Creighton/Fertility Care NFP teacher.
Contact the Natural Family Planning Office at 617.746-5803 for further information or assistance.