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Community Labor & Birth Doula Training 

Are you passionate about supporting families during one of life's most profound experiences?!

Do you dream of making a positive impact on the birthing and breastfeeding journey of BIPOC families in Georgia and beyond? In 2021, the maternal mortality rate for Black women was 69.9 deaths per 100,000 live births, 2.6 times the rate for non-Hispanic White White women and African Americans have 2.4 times the infant mortality rate as Whites. African American infants are almost four times as likely to die from complications related to low birth weight. With Georgia having one of the country's highest mortality rates it is imperative that our community take our autonomy and safe physiological bearths back while informing ourselves about our body before pregnancy. Doulas help to bridge the gap of education vs misinformation. Studies have shown having a doula greatly reduces the likeliness of morbidity such as premature birth, interventions and cesareans and preventable deaths. If this is where you would like to make a difference in your family and community, join one of Georgia's premier Labor and Doula training programs to start your gateway to a fulfilling and rewarding career as a certified birth doula.


Why This Community Labor & Birth Doula Training​


Our 21 hour course is carefully crafted ensuring that aspiring doulas receive the most up-to-date information and practical guidance to support families during the most important event of their lives. This virtual and in person doula training equips you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to provide holistic support to expectant families before, during, and after childbirth though comprehensive education, hands on activities, educational models, case studies, discussions, mock births and more. This doula certification includes a 2 month monthly mentorship and coaching program to assist you with the business aspects of running a doula business.​


Participants Will Learn:


Introduction to Doula Work

Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy and Birth

Childbirth Education 

Breastfeeding Support 

Prenatal Support

Labor Support Techniques

Comfort Measures and Pain Management

Medical Procedures and Interventions

Postpartum Support

Cultural Competence and Diversity

Business and Professional Development

Practical Skills and Role-Playing

Self-Care for Doulas

​Benefits of A Doula 


Fewer c-sections (cesarean sections)

Less anxiety and depression for pregnant people

Less pain-relief medication during labor

Shorter time in laborFewer negative childbirth experiences

Better communication between pregnant people and their health care providers

Lower healthcare costs.

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Take A Peek At Our Doula Training

See What Students Have Said 

 "Give thanks for allowing me to come. I learned a lot again."

- Danielle M. 

"I was extremely satisfied. I feel as though it was a great start to my journey as a doula. I am equipped with tons of information that I can apply to my calling as a doula."

- Cierrah P.  

"Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the process!"

- Ashley S. 

Important Upcoming Dates 


 Cohort TWO Training Start Date

3 Day Hybrid Labor & Birth Doula Training Dates 

July 15-17 

Bring your personality, honey because I surely will!! :)

Spaces are limited, so seize this opportunity now! Your path to becoming a certified birth doula starts here. Join our virtual doula information session today and be the change you want to see in the world of childbirth support.  ​

Take the First Step: Register Today!

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Virtual Support For New Birth and Lactation Professionals 

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