All Twin Cities FertilityCare Practitioners have completed an extensive training program in the Creighton Model and have fulfilled all course requirements to teach with Twin Cities FertilityCare Center. Aside from knowing the Creighton Model professionally, our practitioners are proud users of Creighton to either achieve or avoid pregnancy or to monitor reproductive health. Collectively we have over 60 years of teaching experience.
Twin Cities FertilityCare Practitioners teach throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Get to know a Practitioner by signing up for a Creighton Model Introductory Session.
Karen Schultz, CFCP and Lead Responsible Practitioner hails from rural central Minnesota and worked as a high school science teacher before realizing her love for serving women and families. She became a Certified Birth Doula in 2013, a Certified Lactation Educator Counselor in 2015, a Creighton Model Natural Family Planning Practitioner in 2017, and a Certified Postpartum Doula in 2018. She credits her own mom, a fertility, birth, and breastfeeding guru, for her journey into this important work. In her spare time Karen enjoys singing, playing bluegrass music, working on craft projects, and getting outdoors in all of Minnesota’s diverse seasons.
Brigid Barrett, FCP BEGAN TEACHING THE CREIGHTON MODEL FERTILITYCARE™ SYSTEM IN 2007. ALTHOUGH SHE IS CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS, BRIGID SERVES AS AN NFP RESOURCE FOR HER PARISH, ST. CHARLES BORROMEO IN ST. ANTHONY VILLAGE, AND ENJOYS REPRESENTING THE TWIN CITIES FERTILITYCARE CENTER AT COMMUNITY EVENTS AND ON SOCIAL MEDIA. BRIGID AND HER HUSBAND PAUL HAVE SIX CHILDREN. SHE BECAME A PRACTITIONER AFTER OBSERVING ITS SUCCESS IN HER OWN MARRIAGE AND IN THOSE OF HER FRIENDS. BESIDES HER TEACHING, BRIGID ALSO ENJOYS COOKING AND EXPLORING THE TWIN CITIES.
Karla Hedgers, FCP, has been a FertilityCare Practitioner since August 2009 and teaches at Church of the Epiphany in Coon Rapids. The biology and scientific basis behind the method, as well as benefits to marriage, are what drew Karla to the Creighton Model. She especially enjoys working with engaged or newlywed couples who are looking for an effective way to plan their families and monitor their reproductive health. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Family Social Science. Karla also loves to spend time with her husband and three daughters.
Brianna Huntsiger, BS, FCP HAS A DEGREE IN COMMUNITY HEALTH AND COMPLETED THE CREIGHTON MODEL FERTILITYCARE PRACTITIONER PROGRAM IN 2012. BRIANNA TEACHES AT ST. HUBERT CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IN CHANHASSEN AND ROOTS COMMUNITY BIRTH CENTER IN MINNEAPOLIS. BRIANNA IS PASSIONATE ABOUT NAPROTECHNOLOGY, WOMEN’S HEALTH, AND THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE CREIGHTON MODEL FERTILITYCARE SYSTEM. BRIANNA TRULY ENJOYS TEACHING WOMEN AND COUPLES ABOUT THEIR FERTILITY. IN ADDITION TO TEACHING, SHE LIKES SPENDING TIME WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, RUNNING, SKIING, THROWING POTTERY AND COOKING. BRIANNA USUALLY TEACHES ON WEDNESDAY EVENINGS IN MINNEAPOLIS AND THURSDAY EVENINGS IN CHANHASSEN.
Renee Oakes, BA, FCP began teaching the Creighton Model FertilityCare System in 2017, but has used it herself since 2007. Renee and her husband Matthew have struggled with both male and female factor infertility and recurrent miscarriage since they were married in 2001. They successfully conceived and carried to term their three children with Creighton and NaproTechnology treatment, which also restored her health. She loves empowering women to take charge of their own health and receive the effective treatment they deserve. Renee was born and raised in Minnesota and earned her BA from the University of St. Thomas. She enjoys singing, playing the piano, canoeing whenever she can, and spending time with her family.
Natalie Caza FCP, is originally from the Twin Cites and now lives Cambridge, Minnesota with her husband and three children. After witnessing the many fruits of the Creighton Model both in her own marriage and in the lives of so many others she decided to begin teaching to share this method. She is passionate about the need for women and families to have a safe and effective means to monitor and evaluate their fertility. She also enjoys music, going for walks and lazy days with her family.