The Postpartum Doula Workshop



This 27 hour workshop is DONA International-approved and meets the workshop requirement for postpartum doula certification. For full certification requirements, click HERE


I offer several formats so that you can chose the one that works best for you and your schedule. See format options on the Workshop Calendar page


There are no prerequisites to attend


Class size is limited to 24 participants


If you wish to do some reading prior to the workshop, I recommend Jacqueline Kelleher's book

Nurturing the Family: a Doula's Guide to Supporting New Parents (2019)


Most workshops are virtual. See calendar for specifics.


Workshop Tuition is $625



It is expected those attending will either already have knowledge/experience with newborns (ie; holding, bathing, other basic needs) or that they will make plans to do so after the workshop. 


Topics Covered in the Workshop Include


  • The Role of Postpartum Doula Support
  • The Doula and the Needs of Families
  • Doula Practice Basics
  • Planning for Postpartum
  • Effective Communication 
  • The Impact of Birth on Postpartum
  • Postpartum Physical Changes 
  • Postpartum Mental Health
  • The Newborn and the Doula
  • Sleep and the New Family
  • Feeding the Newborn Basics
  • Integrating a Baby into the Family 
  • Resources and Referrals
  • Introduction to Loss and Grief 
  • Connecting with Clients
  • DONA International Certification

Questions? Please send a message to

What's Included in the Tuition

Let's get you going!

The Postpartum Doula Workshop & Resources

The workshop, a Learning Portal with resources you can download to support your Postpartum Doula journey

Lactation Basics for Doulas  Class

Registration for my live Virtual Lactation Basics for Doulas classs. This class meets the requirement for Certification through DONA International

Ongoing Support--My Gift to You

Membership in my Facebook mentoring group only for my graduates & monthy gatherings on relevant topics for support & connection

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