Are you ready for a rewarding, exciting career
as a professional postpartum doula?
Do you want to spend your days supporting new families as they
settle into life with their new babies?
Take the first step towards becoming a Certified Postpartum Doula (CPD)
with this CAPPA postpartum doula
Bud to Blossom Upcoming Trainings:
June 12 & 13, 2020 ~ Provo, UT
Fall 2020 ~ St. George, UT (Location & Exact Dates TBD)
Winter 2020 ~ Location & Exact Dates TBD
Offering 18 CAPPA Contact Hours.
Nursing contact hours potentially available on request.
This 18-hour workshop meets the first requirement of your CPD program (traditional) and prepares you to work through the steps for certification to become a CAPPA certified postpartum doula. This workshop is held over 2 days, the times are from 8:30am - 5:30pm each day.
There are several other requirements for the traditional in-person course, that will be discussed in class (you can also go to http://www.cappa.net/postpartum-doula for a full list of certification requirements).
There are 3 training options or ways to become a CAPPA postpartum doula. Click here to learn these options and decide which one works best for you.
Your investment for this training is $450.00
This fee includes your workshop, CAPPA manual, handouts and materials; snacks, coffee/tea, and water during workshop. You will also receive continuous support as you start your postpartum doula journey via email, text or phone from your trainer, Sierra Brooks.
This unique opportunity will give you the education and skills necessary to support families through their transition into parenthood.
Just some of the things you will learn include:
- Scope of Practice for Postpartum Doula
- Informed consent
- Interventions impact on the postpartum period
- Supporting parents in the immediate postpartum period
- Breastfeeding support
- Bottle feeding support and care
- Baby care techniques
- Newborn sleep
- How postpartum doulas can help families maximize their sleep
- Newborn behavior and communication
- Calming and soothing techniques
- Postpartum mood disorder understanding and the doula's role
- SIDS/Back to Sleep campaign
- Grief/loss support
- Incorporating family members into the care of the newborn
- Listening and communication skills
- Record keeping and contracts
- Creating and marketing your business
- Networking solutions
- Much, much more!!!
Those just beginning their doula career as well as those seeking to enrich their existing doula practice can benefit from this workshop.
If you want to find out more about the CAPPA Postpartum Doula certification process, please see the "postpartum doula" section on the CAPPA website, there, you'll find more information on certification, membership, and all the benefits of being a CAPPA postpartum doula!
CAPPA is the largest childbirth organization in the world, and hosts free conferences every year. They are an highly accredited internationally known organization.
"My favorite thing about CAPPA - truly there are so many things. They offer on going continuing education, when ever I have called the office or emailed to ask a question, I always get an answer quickly. The community of like-minded people who come together for the purpose of educating and supporting helping new families get off to the best start. Over the last year CAPPA has been ungoing some amazing changes and transformations. As an organization they are working hard to steer our programs to be packed with the most current up to date evidence based information on all areas of the perinatal. As for the postpartum doula department they are constantly finding the new, innovative ways to integrate today's culture and support needs into our trainings. AND our trainings both interesting and FUN! CAPPA is internationally known and best of all, they truly support their members! "
~ Sierra Brooks
How do you reserve your spot in my training?
In order to reserve your spot in any of these trainings, you must first register, then make a payment. A deposit is required when you register, full payment is due 1 week prior to training. Refund and other policies can be found in registration pages.