Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Labor Doula Training Workshop

Embark on a new career by attending a two day workshop in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania.

Come have fun, network and learn in an open and comfortable environment.

This workshop is for those seeking initial labor doula certification and childbirth educators and labor doulas that are recertifying. Childbirth educators and labor doulas who are recertifying will gain 16 continuing education units (CEU's) to apply towards recertification when they attend this workshop.

Event: CAPPA approved Labor Doula Training
Dates: November 14-15, 2009
Location: Glen Mills, PA, close to the boarder of Delaware and Maryland.
Times: 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. both days.
Fees: Initial certification fee is $300.00(USD) – which includes the CAPPA Labor Doula Manual. Recertification fee is $150.00(USD). For your convenience our payment options include PayPal.
Contact Information: Crystal at 856-234-1927 or njdoula1@aol.com

Some of the topics of the workshop include:

Becoming a doula – how to complete certification

The doulas role at birth and beyond

Starting a successful business

Communication skills

Comfort measure for labor

Working with mom's support partners

Using a Rebozo in pregnancy and labor

Healing Mandela

And much, much more

About your trainer:
Crystal Sada has been a childbirth educator for 27 years. She also ran a very busy labor and postpartum doula practice for twelve years, having attended over 500 births and worked with hundreds of families. In the past she was the Director of Postpartum Programs with CAPPA as well as a member of the Board of Directors. Her workshops are well attended and very popular. She is an Administrative Assistant at Princeton University. Crystal is a CAPPA Faculty member and conducts labor doula trainings in New Jersey, and is able to travel to states without a trainer to conduct labor doula workshops. Crystal says, "Birth is my passion!" She and her husband, Jerry, reside in Mount Laurel, New Jersey with their Cairn Terrier, Roxy. Crystal and Jerry share 5 grandchildren.

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