DONA On-Demand Webinars
DONA International is committed to providing high-quality, relevant continuing education opportunities – both in person, through advanced doula trainings offered by our world-class trainers and through webinars such as these. Enjoy! It is an exciting time to be a DONA International doula, a member of the premier doula association in the world.- Available Now -
*101 Ways to Attract Clients
Speaker: Jessica English
Session Length 96 minutes; Contact Hours 1.5
Are you a new doula? An experienced doula looking to ramp up your birth business? Business coach and agency owner Jessica English will walk you through 101 ways to attract clients. We'll talk about networking, blogging, community partnerships, social media, old-school tactics and more. Join us for inspiration and motivation on your path toward rocking your birth business!
Business Side of Being a Doula
Speaker: Patty Brennan
Session Length 90 minutes; Contact Hours 1.5
This webinar provides an overview of the business aspects of working as a doula. From naming your business and choosing a business model to staying out of trouble with the IRS and learning to think like an entrepreneur, participants will gain insight into what is required to be a successful small business owner.
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*Successful Ways to Manage Your Doula Business
Speaker: Stefanie Antunes
Session Length 60 minutes; Contact Hours 1.0
Running any business can be challenging. Learn all the necessary elements of achieving business success. From assessing your market and competitors, setting your goals, to uncovering your own unique service offering, this session will reaffirm how to use the tried and true ways of running a business. It will also address aspects of business ownership (that you may have not considered) that are paramount to business success.
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Epigenetics and the Microbiome: The Latest Buzzwords in Maternity
Speaker: Penny Simkin
Session Length 81 minutes; Contact Hours 1.0
At the end of this session, the learner will be able to:
- Define “epigenetics” and “microbiome”
- Explain how environmental factors, epigenetics and the microbiome may harm or benefit the developing fetus throughout life, and even future generations
- Discuss ways a doula and other birth workers may help improve epigenetic effects and the microbiome