Self-paced, trainer-reviewed instruction and feedback.
A Doula Defined
A support person who provides non-medical, holistic care to the childbearing family. A doula provides information, continuous non-medical labor support, minimizes emotional and physical stress, and facilitates communication.
Can I Become a Doula?
Absolutely! Every day more people are using doulas at their births. Plus, research now shows that births attended by a doula result in better outcomes for mothers and babies. Doula work is also a great first step to other birth related work.
What Kind of Training Do I Need?
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.
New Beginnings Doula Training Unique?
You are getting a research based cirriculum designed by an experienced labor and delivery nurse who shares her passion for learning, women’s choices, collaborative care, and teaching. Our major focus is to nurture you as a student while you learn to nurture other women. Pulling from multiple evidence-based methods, you’ll be able to provide quality care as a valued member of the birth team.