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Simkin Center: 2024 Postpartum Doula Skills Workshop, June 26-29 (in-person) is a Course

Simkin Center: 2024 Postpartum Doula Skills Workshop, June 26-29 (in-person)

Jun 26, 2024 - Jun 29, 2024

$749 Enroll

Full course description

Course Date and Time
This workshop is in-person, at Bastyr Seattle Campus
14500 Juanita Dr NE, Kenmore, WA 98028

Wednesday, June 26, 2024, 8:00am-5:30pm PST
Thursday, June 27, 2024, 8:00am-5:30pm PST
Friday, June 28, 2024, 8:00am-5:30pm PST
Saturday, June 29, 2024, 8:00am-5:30pm PST

Early registration pricing of $749 ends June 11, 2024. Price then increases to $789.
Final registration deadline is June 18, 2024.

Course Details
Gain postnatal competence, tools and capacity taught by DONA International-approved trainer-Tracy McPhillips. The workshop covers many aspects of postpartum care, including lactation and parent and newborn care. Must be able to complete 2-4 hours of pre-workshop modules before the course begins.

Those who complete the course can begin the process of becoming DONA International-certified postpartum doulas. Completion of this workshop meets the criteria for two requirements towards DONA International Certifications: (1) Postpartum Doula Workshop and (2) Breastfeeding/Chest feeding for Doulas.

Participants receive additional information once registered. We offer a Course Assistant position to provide classroom in exchange for a discounted tuition. For more information regarding this position as well as any other inquiries, please contact us at simkincenter@bastyr.edu or call us at (425) 602-3378.

To review the Simkin Center refund and cancellation policy visit https://bastyr.edu/simkin-center-allied-birth-vocations (scroll down to Registration Policies). Please note - our policy indicates a processing fee will be charged for any cancellations, transfers, make-ups, and/or refunds. 

The Curriculum

·         The role of the doula in supporting breastfeeding

·         Bottle feeding safety and techniques

·         Nurturing families with more than one infant

·         New mother care

·         New baby care

·         Listening and communication skills

·         Integrating the birth experience

·         The emotional transition of the new family

·         Ethical conduct of postpartum doulas

·         Business aspects of a doula practice

·         Prenatal contact

·         Postpartum mood disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder

·         Comforting touch for new mothers

·         Case scenarios - the doula's role

·         Comfort and care for new babies

·         Community resources

 

Course Notes
Certificates of completion are issued only to students present for all sessions.

Required Text
There is NO required reading for this training

Instructor
Our Postpartum Doula workshop is led by a distinguished DONA International-approved trainer whose leadership is widely recognized in our professional maternity and postpartum communities. Our trainers are active, working doulas with thriving doula practices in Seattle, Washington.

See Simkin Center Faculty. 

 Contact Us
(425) 602-3378
simkincenter@bastyr.edu
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