The Whole Person Fertility Program: Interview with Niravi Payne

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Tap into the Mind-Body Connection with The Whole Person Fertility Program

In The Whole Person Fertility Program: A Revolutionary Mind-Body Process to Help You Conceive, Niravi B. Payne explains how couples can tap into the mind-body connection to enhance their natural ability to conceive and increase the effectiveness of fertility treatments. As an experienced psychotherapist and biofeedback specialist, she firmly believes that your mind and emotions have the power to affect your body.

Payne has a Masters of Science degree from Hunter College and completed her postgraduate training at Columbia and New York University. She is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and certified by the American Association of Sex Educators. As the founder of The Whole Person Fertility Program and the Director of the Whole Person Professional Training Institute, she travels across the control speaking to women who are interesting in using her unique approach to take control of their fertility.

Payne's list of celebrity clients includes Alex Kingston, the British actress best known for her portrayal of Dr. Elizabeth Corday on ER. Kingston credits The Whole Person Fertility Program with helping her to conceive her daughter Salome Violetta, born March 28, 2001.

Interview with Niravi Payne

Recently, Payne took time out of her busy schedule to answer some questions for LoveToKnow's readers.

LoveToKnow (LTK): How do you explain the mind-body fertility connection?

Niravi Payne (NP): In the process of self-healing and the resolution of painful childhood experiences and family conflicts, it is possible to create a healthy new inner life, a new life together as a couple, and a new life in the form of a baby. This has led me to become totally committed to empowering women and men to take charge of their reproductive lives, their health, and their well-being.

LTK: What advice would you give to older women who are trying to conceive?

NP: Contrary to popular belief, fertility is not determined solely by one's age or the quality of one's eggs. I am quite concerned that efforts to portray women between the ages of 35 and 45 as too old for motherhood undermine the confidence and emotional health of millions of women concerning their fertility. It also places undue fear-based pressure on women in their 20s and 30s to have families when they are not ready to do so.

LTK: What inspired you to write your book?

NP: As a psychotherapist and biofeedback specialist, I saw observable evidence of the connection between our thoughts and our bodily reactions. I participated in incredible levels of deep healing when I facilitated this connection.

In 1983, Laura came into my life and said, "It has been thirteen years that I have hungered for a baby, but I cannot give up my dream." Based on my clinical experience I said rather emphatically, "So lets go have your baby." Her brother-in-law had tried for fifteen years to conceive.

In the course of our work, Laura and David conceived. Then conceived his brother, three months later. In my book, this story appears under the heading, 'The Power of Sibling Rivalry.' It was an awesome revelation. That in the course of doing this work a new life was created."

Additional Information

If you're interested in learning more about Niravi Payne and The Whole Person Fertility Program, check out the The Whole Person Fertility Program available at Amazon.com.

The Whole Person Fertility Program: Interview with Niravi Payne