Postpartum Doula Core Training: In Person


Tracy Massillon

Please note: Masks + proof of a vaccine and booster required. Day of the week + length of classes may vary from listed. View the details tab for class schedule, location and other info.


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  • Please Note: All Core Sessions will be held in person at Natural Resources. Supplemental Sessions will be held online via Zoom. Dates are noted in the Details Tab.

    Postpartum Doulas offer practical and emotional support to the new parent and family in their home following the birth of their baby. Postpartum doulas help the birthing parent and family members become comfortable in their new roles. They may offer breast/chest feeding and newborn care guidance, advice on healing from birth, general household help, and referrals to community resources.

    Postpartum Doulas facilitate bonding with the baby and allow parents to spend extra time with older siblings. Studies show those who work with doulas have a lower incidence of postpartum depression and higher rates of breast/chest feeding than those without doula support.

    Our 23-hour program is a thorough preparation in attending newly expanded families. Enrollment in the program includes an informative training binder, local resources, and the option of certification after completing additional training requirements

    Please Note:

    -Course content is outlined in the Details tab.
    -Payment details are outlined in the Details tab.
    -Click here for the Postpartum Doula Certification Requirements.