Become a Postpartum Doula

Become a Postpartum Doula

Consider this situation

  • A new mother is at home with her baby. Her partner is travelling for work. She has no extended family nearby.
  • She had a difficult birth. She is overwhelmed with mothering one or more children. She is exhausted and becoming depressed. Her body and hormones are adjusting to a non-pregnant state.
  • You can become her postpartum doula and provide reassurance and love, helping her to get rest, recover from birth, and make the early weeks of parenting a positive experience.
  • She will be grateful and remember you the rest of her life.

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Our Certification is a 5 Step Process

Submit your Profile of a BirthWorks Postpartum Doula and enrollment form with fees. Then complete the following successfully, and send to your assigned Mentor:

  1. All Application and Understanding Questions on the online files.
  2. Required Readings and two Essays.
  3. Lactation Education and CPR Certification.
  4. Skype Interview with your Mentor.
  5. Postpartum care with evaluations.

Highlights of our training

  • Two options:
    • Online Program + Workshop: receive the benefits of hands on training along with some waived requirements.
    • Online Program without Workshop
  • Is based on our popular human values philosophy!
  • Work with your Mentor and receive feedback.
  • Only twelve months to complete.
  • Certify in a comprehensive and premium program, covering important aspects of postpartum care, while in the comfort of your own home.
  • Start your own business and keep all revenues.
  • Set your own hours and serve women and their families.

People who experience BirthWorks say they:

  • Learn how Optimal Pelvic Positioning and Pelvic Bodywork help labor progress
  • Know how to decrease stimulation of the neocortex during labor
  • Understand the deep significance of the microbiome, birth physiology, and Primal Health
  • Enhance positive energy around a birthing woman
  • Gain awareness of nonpharmacological and other comfort measures for labor and birth
  • Trust in birth as an instinctive process
  • Understand physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of giving birth
  • Understand ways to practice Human Values in labor and in life
  • Realize the impact of mother-daughter relationships in birth

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