Private coaching and mentorship with Rosanne Austin is like lightning in a bottle.

If you ask any of her VIP clients, they will tell you, without hesitation, that working with Rosanne is one of the best investments they have ever made.


Rosanne Private Coaching with a client

Private coaching and mentorship with Rosanne Austin is like lightning in a bottle.

If you ask any of her VIP clients, they will tell you without hesitation that working with Rosanne is one of the best investments they have ever made.

Due to the incredible demand for Rosanne’s 10,000+ hours of experience and expertise, private coaching and mentorship with Rosanne Austin is by invitation only.

To be considered, you must have completed and actively participated in one of Rosanne’s LIVE, group coaching programs.

If you meet these criteria, click the button below to submit your application for consideration.

How Much Does A Fertility Coach Cost?

This is one of the most commonly asked questions in reproductive health.  And unfortunately, it’s not a fully straightforward answer, because it really depends on you and your situation.

However, don’t despair, and please do look into Rosanne’s group coaching programs as a starting point.

Beyond that, regardless of which reproductive coach or coaching program you’re looking into, you should go into it armed with a list of questions you can use to compare each coach’s methodology and costs.

So, here’s a list of questions you can ask so that you can confidently go into interactions with any fertility coach so you have all the details before using their methods.

You’ll want to know about the coach’s professional background, qualifications, and experience in the field of fertility.

Fertility journeys are highly personal. It’s important to understand how your coach will adapt their methods to suit your circumstances.

Hearing about the experiences of other clients can provide insight into what it’s like to work with the coach, and can give you a sense of what it will be like for you.

Understanding the structure of what your individual sessions will look like, the frequency of contact, and the overall approach that will be taken is crucial.

Given the sensitive nature of fertility issues, knowing how your personal information is handled and protected is something important to ask and understand.

This could include educational materials, access to a network of other professionals like nutritionists or therapists, and types of emotional support. It is an emotional journey you’re on, and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, so be sure to understand what kind of resources exist with your coach.

Women with known fertility issues or health conditions may need specialized guidance. That may or may not be the case for you currently, and/or may become part of your journey as you work with a coach, so it’s important to know this up front.

When exploring fertility options, it’s crucial to understand and feel comfortable with your coach’s perspective on various treatments. This alignment is particularly important because it touches not only on medical or technical aspects but also on deeply personal beliefs and preferences. For instance, some individuals might place a strong emphasis on the power of positive thinking and holistic methods as part of their journey, while others might prioritize a more conventional medical approach involving specific medications and procedures. It’s important to discuss these preferences openly. By understanding where your coach stands on these matters, you can ensure that the guidance you receive resonates with your own values and expectations, creating a more supportive and effective partnership.

Understanding how your progress and achievements will be tracked and evaluated by a fertility coach is not just about measuring success in the traditional sense; it’s about creating a roadmap that reflects your unique journey.

Setting measurable goals can be incredibly valuable in this process. These goals might include specific health targets, emotional well-being milestones, or even steps towards understanding and deciding on different treatment options.

Having clear, measurable goals allows you and your coach to have a shared understanding of what success looks like for you. It provides a structured way to see how far you’ve come and what needs more focus. This could involve regular check-ins to assess physical health changes, emotional state, or other relevant factors like stress levels or lifestyle adjustments.

Moreover, this approach helps in maintaining motivation and focus. Fertility journeys can be long and emotionally taxing, so having smaller, achievable goals can provide a sense of accomplishment and progress, even when the ultimate goal might still be some distance away.

Additionally, this method of tracking progress ensures that the coaching strategy can be dynamically adjusted. If certain approaches or strategies aren’t yielding the expected results, having measurable goals makes it easier to identify this and pivot to more effective methods.

In essence, by knowing how your achievements will be tracked and evaluated, you gain a clearer picture of your journey, can celebrate the small victories along the way, and feel more in control and informed about the decisions you make with your coach.

Understanding the financial aspects of working with a fertility coach is a crucial part of your planning. Having a clear picture of the costs involved, as well as how the payment schedule is structured, and knowing this upfront can help you manage costs effectively while ensuring that there are no surprises down the line.

Additionally, it’s wise to ask for policies on refunds and cancellations. Life is unpredictable, and your circumstances may change. Being aware of the program’s policies allows you to make informed decisions. This can gives you a sense of security, knowing how flexible or rigid these terms are.

By having this financial information clear from the start, you can focus more on your fertility journey with your coach. This lets you put the added stress of unexpected financial concerns to the side. It’s all about making sure that the coaching experience aligns not just with your fertility goals, but also with your financial life as well.

You might find it beneficial to have your fertility coach work with your doctor or specialist. This teamwork approach can ensure that all aspects of your fertility journey are being addressed in a cohesive and comprehensive way. When your coach and healthcare provider work together, it can lead to a more integrated strategy, aligning your medical treatment with the additional support and guidance from your coach.

Having your care professionals in sync can also help in addressing any concerns or questions. They can combine their expertise to offer you well-rounded advice. This collaboration can also lead to a better understanding of your unique situation from varying perspectives, potentially leading to more personalized and effective treatment plans.

If this kind of collaborative approach is something that’s improtant to you, definitely discuss it with your potential fertility coach and see how open and experienced they are in working alongside medical professionals. This will help ensure that you’re building a support team that truly understands your specific needs.

Knowing how your fertility coach handles setbacks or unsuccessful treatments is really important. This helps with emotional preparedness and resilience throughout the process. A coach’s approach in these situations can greatly influence how you cope with challenges while maintaining hope. Discussing this in advance creates both security and realistic expectations. It ensures that, in difficult times, you have the right support and strategies in advance. Ultimately, this knowledge helps in building a trusting and supportive relationship with your coach.

Women often look for a fertility coach who has a proven track record of working with clients in similar circumstances to their own. This is particularly true for women who are over the age of 35 and are considering or experiencing a pregnancy at this stage in their lives. For some groups, there are sometimes higher risks of certain complications or potentially longer times to conceive. Having a coach who understands these specific issues is invaluable.

A coach with the right experience can also assist in making informed decisions quickly and efficiently, particularly if they’ve worked with someone in your situation in the past. For women over 35, this can be really important given the more limited time frame for conception and pregnancy, as well as the traditional medical system’s approach to “Geriatric” pregnancies, which is kind of in itself a term we don’t really use. Having support from someone who knows and has been there can be both practical, in terms of understanding medical options and tests, and emotional, offering a space to discuss fears, hopes, and expectations.

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