Compassionate Considerations for Abortion Pill Reversal Protocol

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Through an introductory video offering a biblical perspective, Reproductive Loss Network (RLN) presents thoughtful considerations for medical professionals and pregnancy help clinics offering Abortion Pill Reversal (APR). Over the last several years, RLN has witnessed heart-wrenching testimonies from medical clinic helpers who provide care for women seeking to reverse their abortions. Although APR is a critical and necessary life-saving protocol, staff members and volunteers involved are susceptible to distressing grief, shocking visuals, and exhaustion due to the extensive nature of APR, as they support women over a timeline where demise is an irrefutable possibility. 
  • Video time: 22 minutes

Seminar Details - 22 minutes

  • 1 Video
  • 1 Certification

Learning Objectives

  • Acknowledge the impact and implications of a negative outcome of Abortion Pill Reversal (APR). 
  • Embrace biblical promises regardless of the pregnancy outcome. 
  • Demonstrate how to engage in staff care by attending to the heart and hands of the ministry. 


Medical professionals and pregnancy help medical clinics who want to offer or are providing a vital service or full protocol of the Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) process. 
Meet the instructorS

Tricia Lewis

Tricia Lewis is a national and international grief care educator and co-founder of the Reproductive Loss Network. Tricia had the privilege to spend many years as an Executive Director for a pregnancy clinic in Northern California. She now provides grief education to individuals and groups, especially those in pregnancy help organizations. Tricia holds an M.A. in Human Services with a concentration in Trauma and Crisis and a Ph.D. in Psychology and Counseling.
Patrick Jones - Course author
Patrick Jones - Course author

Tanya Flores

Tanya is a certified counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and Director of Reproductive Grief Care & Education at a medical pregnancy clinic outside Sacramento, CA. She leads a team of Reproductive Grief Care Advocates who provide care and support for men and women experiencing loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, hysterectomy, infertility, and abortion. Tanya also serves as a biblical counselor at her local church. From her extensive years in training and advocacy, she is passionate about sharing her expertise through co-founding the Reproductive Loss Network. She is devoted to increasing awareness and care for reproductive grief throughout churches and community organizations.
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