Dear Seattle Birth Workers,
Supporting a family during the childbearing year is intense and rewarding. I believe that we need to support each other, so we can support new families. Together let's end birth worker burn out!
You are invited you to join our mission to make the next evolution of birth better than in any other time in history.
Hope to meet you soon,
Supporting Birthing Families in Recovery
Tuesday, May 11th, 2021
7pm-9pm | $ Pay What You Can
Mentors: Angie Dobbins-Frisbie & Amity Kramer
enCircle Doula Trainings
Have you always longed to care for laboring people?
This training is personal and in-depth and designed to help you feel fully confident as you step into your new role as a birth doula. Small groups allow you to bring your specific questions and interests.
Navigating Infant Sleep
With Macall Gordon, Infant Sleep Specialist
Help your clients have realistic sleep expectations that are based on the best research available. Macall Gordon and Amity Kramer will help simplify this monster of a topic. Click on the purple button to learn more and register.
Holding Power in the Birth Space
With Meg Heather Ford
The hours before, during, and after a birth are powerful! This workshop will provide additional colors in the diverse tapestry of POWER in the birth space. Come ready to explore and connect to your own power. You will learn creative ways to use it to enhance the experience of birth for yourself and those you serve.
First Latch + First Days
Come learn all you need to know to support your clients in the early nursing sessions. Catherine Fenner, IBCLC will lead a workshop that will help you nurture a new family in the first hours and days after birth.
March 9, 2021 | 7-9pm PST
Supporting Families in Grief
This is a special opportunity to prepare ourselves and all involved when the dreams of a new baby turn to heartbreak.
Trauma Informed Care for Birth Professionals
Learn the basics of trauma informed care to help you be a supportive in the most unexpected circumstances.