One of the questions I’m often asked is: why is my doula preparation course so short? Is my four-day workshop, plus a pre and post course module really enough to get someone who has no other formal training ready to begin their career as a doula?
Introducing Anne-Marie Jones, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, December 2018.
Introducing Jan Barker, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, November 2018.
Introducing Saffron Garside, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, January 2018.
Introducing Sarah Mosier, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, April 2018.
Introducing Jazmine Lecky, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, March 2018
Introducing Sue Adcock, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, February 2018.
Introducing Hayley Rand, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, January 2018.
Occasionally, I receive emails from women who have attended a doula training course and felt that it didn’t give them what they had hoped for; they wished that they had done a little bit more research rather than simply picking the nearest or even the cheapest course to attend.
I can honestly not quite believe 2017 is almost at an end! One of my daughters has just broken up from college and my other daughter comes home tomorrow from studying abroad. I am so ready to turn down the dial on my work and enjoy a slow, restful family Christmas.
Kicki Hansard is a member of Doula UK, however any opinions expressed on this blog are personal views and not necessarily the view of Doula UK.