Become a Doula Doula Training and Certification
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Doula Talk: Why I chose Bebo Mia for my certification, A Honest Review
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BIRTH DOULA WORKSHOP/WHAT’S IT LIKE? CERTIFYING WITH DONA
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5 Things I Wish I Would’ve Known Before Becoming A Doula
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How I Became a Doula + Choosing a Training Program
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TOP 5 TIPS FOR ASPIRING DOULAS ( WHERE TO START)
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How to Become a Birth Doula | Birth Doula vs Postpartum Doula
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The Birth Doula Certification curriculum is designed to cultivate well-rounded doulas who are prepared to provide excellent doula support! Training includes: participation in a DONA approved doula workshop; supplementary text reading from our reading list, training in breastfeeding and basic childbirth education, hands-on support with clients, networking to develop a resource list for your community, business webinar training. Doula Training and Doula Certification – DONA International Doulas are making a difference for families worldwide. DONA International is the leader in evidence-based doula training, certification and continuing education. Our doulas are the world’s best!
Doula certification is the process of completing the doula education process in its entirety. The first step is the in-person (or interactive, live, virtual) doula training experience. Once you have taken the training you will be what is considered, a “Trained Doula” or a “Pre-Certified Doula.”. Doula Certification and ProDoula Membership As your training organization, ProDoula must retain you as a member in order to grant you certification and maintain the responsibility of holding that certification.
For that reason, your certification is dependent on your consistent membership. Initial first year membership fee – $75. Find A Doula Workshop.
DONA approved doula workshops are your first step toward certification. DONA International offers high-quality, evidence-based doula training around the world. Search our database to find a doula training workshop near you. We have more than 160 trainers worldwide, so chances are great you will find a doula training near you. Go through the Doula Courseware, which could take from one week to one month — depending upon how hard you work and your level of experience — and take the certification exam at your convenience.
You can take the exam within one year of buying the certification. Get classroom training as well as hands-on practice with our postpartum doula certification program. In your postpartum doula training you can expect to learn not only the how to doula, but also the why we doula. Workshops cover evidence-based information about the benefits of doula support, the tender and sensitive time and space when a new families brings home a new baby, the significance of doula. Doula training and certification offers you many benefits.
As a doula, you work side by side with many other trained professionals. Your confidence will come from knowing what to do, and when to do it. That knowledge is preparation that you will receive with New Beginnings Doula Training programs.
The training will consist of a 3 day Birth doula training workshop and a Childbirth for Doulas class. Both are required towards DONA certification and will be offered on April 27-29, 2017. There is also an optional Breastfeeding for Doulas class offered on March 30, 2017 which will satisfy the DONA requirement for a breastfeeding course. Although there are no training or professional prerequisites to becoming a doula, there is a short admissions interview required. This allows the certification program to ensure a good t for the program and doula work.
The main component an admissions counselor wants to see in an applicant is a passion for pregnancy, childbirth and/or after birth.
List of related literature:
|from Birth Matters: How What We Don’t Know About Nature, Bodies, and Surgery Can Hurt Us|
|from Directory of Research Grants 2008|
|from Midwifery and the Medicalization of Childbirth: Comparative Perspectives|
|from Mayes’ Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives|
|from Midwifery: Preparation for Practice|
|from Community Health Nursing: Caring for the Public’s Health|
|from The Essential Homebirth Guide: For Families Planning or Considering Birthing at Home|
|from Advanced Practice Nursing E-Book: An Integrative Approach|
|from Maternity and Pediatric Nursing|
|from Nursing Practice: Knowledge and Care|