WISE BIPOC Birth Doula Training
To protect the sacredness of our truths, this course is a safe space for
Black & Indigenous People of Color.
Next Training: June 30- July 2, 2023
“When birth is revered and honored not just as a purely physical act but as a rite of passage experience and when those who support women weave this understanding into their clinical practice then we will see positive changes occur.”
WISE Birth Doula Training
Facilitator– Fametta Darling, Certified Birth & Postpartum Doula, Student Midwife, Doula Mentor & Trainer
Guest facilitators to be announced.
Ready to launch your career as a Birth Doula?
The WISE (Women In Support and Empowerment) BIPOC (Black & Indigenous People of Color) Doula training, is a 3 day intensive workshop, that combines lectures, hands-on skill development, role-playing, group discussions & activities, guest speakers and much more.
During this comprehensive training, you’ll gain the education and skills needed to support expectant parents, in preparation for pregnancy, labor, birth and parenthood.
This training aims to promote an understanding of the cultural impact of Doula care, as part of a reproductive justice advocacy lens. It also explores the history of labor support people from an African-centered perspective.
Not only will you learn how to become a birth professional, who offers superior support to the pregnant people within your community, you’ll walk away able to make necessary connections to social justice issues, that are often ignored by mainstream Doula training programs and the childbirth community.
The schedule for the training is as follows:
How much is the cost to attend the workshop and become a Certified Doula?
Investment: $600 (Payment plans available). Due to limited space, pre-registration is required with a non-refundable Deposit of $150
Enjoy an early bird fee of $550 when you register and pay in full by May 19, 2023!
Be Sure to read the full Refund and Cancellation Policy here.