A mentored doula is someone who has completed a Doula UK accredited preparation course and is working towards recognition through the Doula UK mentoring scheme.
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 Sarah Mosier, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, April 2018.
Introducing Jazmine Lecky, BirthBliss Doula Of The Month, March 2018
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.
A few weeks ago, Adele spoke openly in the media about her struggles with postnatal depression after the birth of her son. Like so many other mothers, she struggled with adjusting to motherhood, and felt that having a baby had been a bad decision and that she was inadequately looking after her baby.
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.