-Birth Justice 101
-Doula Scope of Practice & Advocacy Skills
-Community Births VS Hospital Birth
-Supporting a Healthy Childbearing Person
-Lactation Support and the Role of the Doula
-Postpartum Support and the Role of the Doula
-How We Doula (Physical Support: Hands on Skills, Emotional Support, Information Support)
-Supporting Through Loss
-Virtual Doula Support
-Abortion Doula Care
-Death by Delivery (State of Maternity Care for Black women in the USA)
Early application: $350 (02/12-03/11)
Late Application: $450 (03/12-03/18)
*This is a one time payment. There are no additional fees required to get your Certification as a Birth Justice Doula. Payment plans are available.
Childcare reimbursement available for $50/day per child. We will be providing a limited amount of scholarships. Priority for scholarships will be given to people who identify as Black, Brown, indigenous, person of color, LGBTQ+, or low- income. If you would like to be considered for a scholarship, you must answer the questions in the application regarding the scholarship.
Register and attend from a convenient location.
Friday March 25, 2022,
Saturday March 26, 2022,
Sunday March 27, 2022!
We understand that not everyone is interested in pursuing the year long Certification as a Birth Justice Doula. We are giving everyone the opportunity to attend the 20 hours Birth Justice Doula Training. We will also give everyone a grace period after the 20 hours Birth Justice Doula Training to decide if they would like to continue in the certification process. Learn the 5 steps to Birth Justice Doula Certification. Completing this training is STEP ONE.
We are so proud of SBJN's 2020 graduating class! Our Birth Justice Doula's are already making a profound impact in the lives of birthing people in South Florida.
Congratulations to an amazing cohort:
Joseph Demaree Rios