Virtual Advanced Doula Training Classes – $750


Virtual Advanced Doula Training – $750

Birth Learning is excited to launch our advanced doula training on a virtual platform. This comprehensive and accredited doula training includes experts in many fields from across the U.S. Our curriculum is always being reworked and refreshed.

Topics Covered

• Review the history of birth in the United States
• Explore cultural components and health disparities surrounding birth
• Use current research to help professionally develop you as a doula
• Demonstrate how to approach and educate your clients in prenatal visits to meet individual needs
• Understand the dynamics of the pelvis and how doulas can facilitate fetal rotation and descent
• Master verbal and non-verbal communications
• Gain skills to provide physical and emotional comfort measures
• Recognize and support trauma in clients, using trauma-informed care techniques
• Identify high-risk scenarios and medical complications
• How to record and document client information
• Review of breastfeeding and the postpartum period
• How to establish, run, and market your doula business
• Importance of birth as a story
• Explore real-life case studies and learn birth vocabulary definitions


Class Dates & Times

(Thursday times 6-9 pm MST/8-11 EST, Saturday times 9-12 MST/11-2EST and 2-5 MST/4-7EST)

  • Thursday, February 10: Becoming a Doula, physiologic birth, birth places
  • Saturday, February 12: History of birth in the USA and health disparities
  •  Saturday, February 12: Trauma-informed care and PMADs
  • Thursday, February 17: Pelvic Dynamics and Fetal Positions

  • Thursday, February 24: High Risk and Complications

  • Saturday, February 26: Prenatal #1 and doula research

  • Saturday, February 26: Prenatal #2

  • Thursday, March 3: As a Business

  • Thursday, March 10: Breastfeeding

  • Thursday, March 17: Birth Stories and Closing

Register Now for This Advanced Training Opportunity

Join us 10 February through 17 March 2022, as we do a deep dive into the work, craft, and business of being a doula.

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