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I was wondering, I live in a rural area. Is there any way to start on becoming a doula through correspondences classes? I live in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Thank You, Monique
-- monique mariona (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 29, 2000
Hi Monique- Most of the training that you do is in your home- you will just need to attend a long weekend workshop for most of the certifying organizations. You will have books to read at home before the workshop and stuff to do afterwards so as long as you can get away for a few days you are all set! Read some of the other discussions on doula.com about certifying orgs and decide who you'd like to go with!
Take care- Kirsten
-- Kirsten Gerrish (email@example.com), November 19, 2000.
CAPPA had a great distance training program that I am now doing. And they are always there for support & concerns. JUst go to CAPPA.com
-- Elizabeth Seibert (Kitteno69o@aol.com), September 28, 2002.
www.cappa.net they offer distance training in labor, antepartum, postpartum doula and childbirth education.
Also offer training workshops.
They are there for you throughout the training process and after wards for anything from getting started to helping out with tips for clients.
-- Michelle Schnaars (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 28, 2004.